What You'll Get
Some of the funniest folks on the L.A. stand-up scene come together to get silly for a serious cause. Pasadena's Union Station Homeless Services hosts its 17th annual An Evening for the Station benefit at the ArcLight movie theater. Instead of watching the latest blockbuster flashing on the big screen, you'll check out live comedy sets by the likes of Not Safe host Nikki Glaser and Brendon Small, the brains behind such Adult Swim shows as Home Movies and Metalocalypse. Host supreme Ed Salazar (Seems Legit, The Meltdown) presides over the evening's lineup, which includes puppeteer-comedian Phoebe Bottoms, Solomon Georgio, Lizzy Cooperman and more.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by The ArcLight in connection with this deal.
The Fine Print
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