We Own the Laughs

Jul 10

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We Own The Laughs: Sacramento (Starring Jesus Sepulveda) DON’T MISS AN AMAZING NIGHT OF STAND-UP COMEDY, AS A LATIN TRAILBLAZER WILL …

Laughs Unlimited Comedy Club & Lounge
1207 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Admission Info:

$20

General Day and Time Info:

Lobby & bar open at 5:30pm, Seating begins 30 prior to scheduled performance

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
ADDRESS:
Laughs Unlimited Comedy Club & Lounge
1207 Front Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
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We Own The Laughs: Sacramento (Starring Jesus Sepulveda)

DON’T MISS AN AMAZING NIGHT OF STAND-UP COMEDY, AS A LATIN TRAILBLAZER WILL BRING HIS OWN SET OF RULES & LAUGHTER TO OLD SAC!

One of California’s most entertaining comedy shows is bringing its premium brand of comedy across Northern California for one very special show in Old Sacramento, hosted by D’Maurier Johnson and starring stand-up comedian Jesus Sepulveda.

Show Bio:

In Aug. 2014, We Own The Laughs began as a monthly comedy showcase in Bakersfield, CA. Since late 2018, WOTL has expanded throughout the West Coast, including regular appearances at legendary comedy clubs/venues, including Cobb’s Comedy Club, Punch Line Sacramento, The HaHa Comedy Club, Ice House Comedy Club, Ontario Improv, Mic Drop Comedy Club, and Laughs Unlimited. Growing into one of the premier comedy entertainment brands in the country, We Own The Laughs has featured performances by notable comedians Kel Mitchell, Leslie Liao, Kabir Singh, Jenn Sterger, London Brown, Tahir Moore, Kim Congdon, Matt Rife, Jeremiah Watkins, Brian Hooks, JR De Guzman, Terrence DeLane, Natalie Friedman, Francisco Ramos, Adam Hunter, Esther Ku, & Byron Bowers.

Host:

D’Maureier Johnson (@thisis_djtv)

Featuring Comedians:

Karen Fregozo (@fregozii)

Marcus Peverill (@bubbamarx)

Rhoda Ramone (@rhoda_ramone)

Tyson Paul (@comictysonpaul)

Headliner of the Evening:

Jesus Sepulveda (@jesusthecomedian)

Always known as the funny kid, even at a young age, he performed in grammar school to express his passion for making people laugh. Stand-up came into play at the tender age of 15 at a local comedy club. A few years later, Jesus decided to move back to LA in November 2009 and has been in the comedy scene ever since.

In June of 2017, he was featured in Chingo Bling’s “They Can't Deport Us All” Special on Netflix.

Jesus Sepulveda is one of the fastest-rising Latino comedians in the Los Angeles comedy scene. His material gives us his perspective on Latino culture and where it stands right now. He also speaks about his upbringing in his childhood stories, where his characters and energy paint a perfect picture of his past. Not only does he paint a better picture but he has gained a following who can relate to him and can walk away from his show feeling like they gained a friend. His new comedy special entitled “Mr. Tough Life” can be currently seen on HBO Max.