Inner Circle Seating is in the center of the showroom and you will be seated within the first four rows.
Outer Circle Seating is directly behind Inner Circle Seating and runs along the perimeter of the showroom.
Seats are assigned on a first come, first serve basis as people arrive. This means that you will have your seat assigned as you arrive.
Groups must arrive together in order to sit together. While we do everything we can to seat groups together, we can not guarantee that groups will be seated together. For the best chance of being seated together arrive early and arrive all together.
Our tables seat 4-6 people, so purchasing 4 or more tickets is the only way to ensure a table to yourself.
There are no refunds for any tickets purchased.
Please confirm you are purchasing tickets to the right date and showtime before making your purchase.
You must be 21 or older with a valid photo ID to enter the Comedy Zone.
An ID matching the name on the ticket is required to verify tickets
Comedian, actor and voice-artist Earthquake made his way into the households and hearts of his loyal fanbase in the 90’s at the height of television programming for the urban comedian. Shows like BET’s Comic View, HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, glimpses of Laffapalooza, and Shaq’s Comedy Allstars became fan favorites. Earthquake’s DVD collection of comedy specials made him the stand-out comedic talent of that era. Those specials include, About Got Damm Time, Walter Latham Presents, From the Outhouse to the Whitehouse and These Ain’t Jokes for Showtime. As a result, his presence on the comedy circuit added a relatable and celebrated point of view that resonated with thousands of fans and he found his sweet spot on numerous tours and club dates. Never leaving a fan disappointed, ‘Quake’ (as he’s affectionately known), quickly became a closer or multi-headliner fixture on some of the biggest tours in the country.
In addition to the television talk show circuit and digital platforms, Comedian Earthquake has been featured on primetime television as well. Notably, his first real look as a recurring character was as the beloved ‘Uncle Mike’ from the hit sitcom, ‘Everybody Hates Chris’. He then enjoyed a string of special appearances and more recurring roles including Bounce Network’s, ‘In the Cut’, ‘Rel’ for Fox Television, Comedy Central’s ‘South Side’, and most recently CBS’ ‘The Neighborhood’ starring Cedric the Entertainer and the breakout hit series, ‘Johnson’ for the Bounce network which has garnered over five-million views per episode in its first season. Earthquake resides in Los Angeles, continues to thrive on the comedy circuit, and remains a favorite among top-tier stand-up comedy talent. As he prepares for arguably the biggest year of his career, Quake will continue to make television appearances giving his fans glimpses of his work on popular programming.