RESCHEDULED AND MOVED FROM PARKWAY THEATER
ENTRE NOS 2020 Live Tour Sponsored by HBO Latino
ft. AIDA RODRIGUEZ, ERIK RIVERA, and JERRY GARCIA
The Entre Nos LIVE tour show originally scheduled for March 14 at the Parkway Theater has been rescheduled and will take place at the Turf Club on Sunday, August 16, 2020. All tickets purchased for the March 14 performance will remain valid for the new date, so please hang on to your original ticket for entrance. Please note: the Turf Club is a strictly 21+ venue (ID Required).
HBO Latino’s successful Entre Nos comedy series is going on the road for a LIVE 25+ city nationwide tour. The Entre Nos LIVE tour will feature some of the hottest Latinx comics from the Entre Nos roster including Aida Rodriguez, Orlando Leyba, Erik Rivera, Nick Guerra, and Jerry Garcia. Sponsored by HBO Latino, the tour will also feature one local comedian from each market to help continue the search of up and coming Latinx talent.
“Based on the successfully proven HBO programming of Entre Nos, the live comedy tour is a natural progression in this groundbreaking experience where top Latinx comedians have a platform to appeal to mainstream audiences,” says Victor Elizalde, Entre Nos Co-Producer.
In November 2019 HBO Latino released Erik Rivera’s English-language comedy special Erik Rivera: Super White. Nick Guerra’s half-hour special Nick Guerra: Love Me at My Worst will air on Friday, March 20, 2020 across all of the channel’s platforms including HBO NOW®, HBO GO®, HBO On Demand® and partners’ streaming platforms.
Comedy fans can also catch up on Entre Nos: Part 1-4, Entre Nos: A Stand-Up Comedy Special, Entre Nos: Spot On, Jerry Garcia: It’s Not My Weekend, Orlando Leyba: Adorable, Gina Brillon: Easily Offended, and Entre Nos: About Last Night, now available on all HBO platforms.
Note: This is a fully seated, General Admission event. VIP tickets will include early entry for the prime location seats, a VIP Meet & Greet with the artists, and a VIP tour laminate.
Making history as the first Latina to appear in two specials airing in one month on both HBO and Showtime, Rodriguez was handpicked by director Taylor Hackford for his film The Comedian, starring Robert De Niro. She's also a featured comic on Tiffany Haddish's They Ready (Netflix). In 2017, Coca Cola Global Women’s LINC Conference sponsored Rodriguez’s speech that modeled a TED Talk.
Rodriguez has also appeared on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show, NBC's Last Comic Standing finals, TRUtv’s Laff Tracks, Fox's Laughs, Nickelodeon's Mom’s Night Out and Parental Discretion, and is a five-time host of the PBS Imagen Awards. Aida Rodriguez wears many hats as comedian, actress, writer and mother. Sharing her point of view of the world, she writes comedy that is poignant and incisive. Her audiences often laugh hard, think hard, and feel hard as her comedy is cathartic and confrontational.
Since his late-night debut on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Erik Rivera was invited to perform at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, Kevin Hart's Laugh Out Loud Network, and NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Rivera has also recorded his debut one-hour comedy special, I'm No Expert, and starred alongside Brandon T. Jackson and DeRay Davis in Oxygen's docu-series Living with Funny - a look at life off stage for the touring comedians. Recently he co-starred in CBS' most talked-about episode of Superior Donuts, where they tackled the current state of immigration in the United States.
Jerry Garcia has stormed his way onto the national comedy scene as one of the top-rated comedians and is truly a must-see performer. A single father of three boys, Jerry allows us to enter his world and laugh hysterically with his charm, witty puns, and punchlines using his hip, real-life flavor that easily crosses over to all audiences. His views on life, relationships, his modest upbringing and everyday struggles captivate audiences from all walks of life. No matter where you’re from, the jokes hit home. Jerry Garcia's credits continue to grow year after year, beginning in 2016 with Fox's Laughs comedy series. In 2017, Jerry made his Netflix debut co-starring in Chingo Bling’s They Can’t Deport Us All Comedy Special.