REMINDER: Stand-Up Comedy + Free PBR at the Roxie Tonight!

For those of you who missed last week's announcement, our holiday comedy special (featuring hella free PBR!) is happening at 7:30 tonight at the Roxie.  You can still get your tickets online, or show up a little early and get them at the door.

(And for those of you who noticed our headliner switch-up, Ron Funches was just cast for a television show and had to be on set all week, so Drennon Davis, an ex-SF comic, semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing, and creator of “The Long Legs” on MTV's Liquid TV, is stepping in. It's going to be killer!)

UA's Evening of Local Comedy & Non-local Beer Goes Down Tonight!

Tonight's line-up of comics is truly superb, from those featured on Comedy Central to those who write poetry about murdering their prom date.  While I'd love to sing praises about every single one of these guys and gals, allow me to briefly focus on just one: Jeff Cleary.  For those of you not in the know, he's hosted dozens of shows at 12 Galaxies and The Purple Onion, has lived a hundred feet from Delirium since before it was ever called Delirium, is, as Sean Keane says, “basically the Mayor of the Mission,” and tonight is his last show before leaving town for the foreseeable future.  We're all bummed he's hitting the road, but tonight will be a one helluva send-off.

We'll let his act speak for itself, but if you want a taste of what to expect, check out Jeff's interview with Broke-Ass Stuart:

If you woke up a millionaire, what’s the first thing you’d buy?:

Probably a 6-pack of IPA beer and a million lottery tickets.

Or maybe I’d use it to make the world a better place, like pay every bar in San Francisco to remove “Don’t Stop Believin’” from their jukeboxes and karaoke machines.

Wait, how much are those penis enlargement pills? Would I have any money left over for morning-after pills?

On second thought, just keep the million.

Oh yeah, pre-sale tickets are still on sale.  See you at 7:30 tonight!

Uptown Almanac's Locally-Sourced Pop-Up Comedy Night Returns August 30th

Feel free to skip the noise and BUY TICKETS.

The first comedy night was such a success that this mediocre tube of internet drivel has teamed up with The Roxie and Pabst to bring San Francisco another night of local comedy and excessive PBR consumption.  So come out to The Roxie on Tuesday, August 30th at 7pm for hella free Pabst and comedy from seven of our favorite local stand-up comedians:

Tickets are on sale now for $7 and will also be available at the door.  And yes, the first person to show up wearing a Walmart greeter's uniform will receive FREE ENTRY.