SF's HellaDesi Comedy Night
COVID-19 Update. 3/15/20 at 3:08pm - The governor of California has issued a statewide order with regard to Coronavirus that may affect this event. We'll have more updates shortly.
It's San Francisco's epic weekly HellaDesi Comedy Night at a cool downtown SF art bar with HellaFunny and Funcheap. See a showcase of some of the Bay Area's top comedians of Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi, Afghan, and South Asian descent. Let's celebrate the Bay's Desi culture and heritage with laughs.
Every Saturday at 7pm (except March 14th)
> First 100 to RSVP get free tix / Otherwise, it's $10 at the door
> Cocktail Special - Flower of Delhi
Vodka, lemon, cumin, Rooh Afza served up like a beautiful flower
Coronavirus update - Yes! This event is still taking place (updated 3/9/20). The venue is monitoring the situation daily and making sure to frequently clean high-touch areas and provide hand sanitizer. If you're feeling sick please stay home and if you do need to cough/sneeze please be considerate of others.
- FREE with Eventbrite RSVP - Donations appreciated - bring cash
- MAXIMUM TWO COMP TICKETS PER PERSON - If you have additional guests you'd like to bring, they must RSVP separately
- $10 door
- Admission is first come first served
- 21 +
Desi Comedy Night / Comedy Lineup
Every week is a new lineup. Here are some of our favorites you might see...
- Ruby Gill-SF Sketchfest
- Janesh Ranlan- San Jose Improv
- Dhaya Lakshminarayanan-Comedy Central Asia
- Sureni Wereasakera-SF Sketchfest
- Arjun Bunargee-Cobbs
- Priyanaka Wali-Cobbs
- Raj Reina-Desi Comedy Night
- Ryan Sudhakaran-San Jose Improv
- Plus many more
Like all things in life, the comedy lineup is subject to change.
$10 TIX AVAILABLE (50) AT DOOR - When Advanced Tix are sold out
WHAT'S AWESOME ABOUT BAR FLUXUS
As colorful as a big box of crayons, Bar Fluxus (run by the same people behind Madrone Art Bar) adds color and spark to the San Francisco nightlife scene. Behind an unmarked door in the Hotel des Arts you'll find a unique bar with quirky art covering most of the walls that hosts literary events, performance art, dance parties, puppet shows (yes!) and comedy. Plus there's a Baby Grand Piano as a centerpiece.