Better Then Selling Candy Comedy Show & Fundraiser
Hard Water Bar and Grill and Sullivan High School presents
BETTER THEN SELLING CANDY COMEDY SHOW & FUNDRAISER!
This event will take place on Saturday August 26th and will be featuring 3 AMAZING comedians who get there start right here in Chicago. Sydney Adeniyi will be hosting, Abi Sanchez will be opening, and Meechie Hall will be our headliner. This will be a night full of drinking, eating, and laughing our a$$ off.
What makes this event even better you ask?!?!? ITS FOR A GREAT CAUSE! We are working with the amazing Andrea Graham on this project. Andrea is a special education paraprofessional at Sullivan High School. She just got done raising money and building an incredible kitchen for their autism program. Hard Water will be teaming up with these students to help teach them the basics of safety, sanitation, cooking, and baking.
The goal is to help these students become independent and be able to prepare the own meals, safely of course!
Sullivan High School has had some budget & funding cuts & we want to make sure they are able to keep up the amazing work. Hopefully with this event & your support we will not only raise awareness but money for this incredible program. Details for this event are below; it’s going to be a good one!
What: Comedy Show, Fundraiser, and Mix and Mingle for anyone who supports Chicago Public Schools!
Where: Hard Water Bar and Grill, 7545 N Clark, Chicago
When: Saturday August 26th
Time: 9pm-11pm (after event mixer goes until 5am!!)
Price: $12 (Early bird ticket for 1) or reserve a booth for you and 3 friends for $100 (this will include 4 drink tickets or a bottle of champagne or wine and 2 apps for the table)
Includes: 1 drink ticket (good for any draft beer, domestic bottle, wine, champagne, or cocktail) & reserved seating (with other meetup guests) If you want to sit with certain people email DAKelly04@gmail.com and I will accommodate you the best I can.
VIP Ticket: $25 (this will include any drink of your choice, including premium liquor, an app, and front row seating for the show). This also includes a meet and greet with the comedians after the show!
If you do not want to prepay for a ticket you are still welcome to attend. The bar will be free, but first come first serve. We may have additional seating but that all depends on ticket sales!
15% of all ticket sales and food/drink sales will be donated to Sullivan High School
Event Organizer: Devon Kelly, DAKelly04@gmail.com (my cell is 847-207-1377, please text or email)
Comedy Show Host: Sydney Adeniyi
Parking: Free parking in back all night! If you have one too many you can leave your car at the bar. All you have to do is snap a pic of your plates and text that photo to 847-207-1377)
Public Transportation: Right off CTA (red, purple, and yellow line)
What to do when you arrive: Walk to the host stand and check in (if you prepaid for a ticket they will give you your drink ticket and show you where you will be seated).
Additional questions? Email me at email@example.com or text me at 847-207-1377. If you have questions for the bar call 773-654-3314.
Comedian’s bio’s are photos are posted below
Sydney (host) Bio:
Sydney Adeniyi is a Nigerian-American comedian from Belleville IL, a small city near St. Louis MO. At an early age, Sydney found a knack for making people laugh by improvising jokes for friends and family. He took his talent to stage a few years after graduating college. Now, he startles audience’s funny bone with satirical and curious material with a touch of mischief. Sydney’s likable, relaxed and engaging comedy breaks the mold while being uniquely original and fun.
Sydney appeared on the TV show Laugh Out Loud St. Louis, the movie Sad Café, and ABC’sWindy City Live. He was featured at Laugh Your Asheville off comedy festival and won “The Best of The Best” Chicago comedy contest. You can catch Sydney touring his Comedy Special, on Internet Radio, and on TV & Commercials.
Get the latest at www.thatguysydney.com
Taking a comedy workshop with comedic legend Rich Ramirez was all Abi Sanchez needed to realize that comedy is what he wanted to do. Abi hit the stage in 2010 and hasn’t stopped since. His views on family life, relationships, social media and life’s vices have all been formed by a childhood of too much TV and not enough guidance. His mellow demeanor and stage presence captivate audiences which has allowed Abi to form a category all his own. He has related to audiences from the city streets of Chicago to deep rural parts of the Midwest. Leaving many impressed with what he has been able to do in a short amount of time, Abi has positioned himself as one of the up and coming comics to watch out for.
Meechie Hall’s comedy is the truth mixed with a whole lot of faith. He trained in improv and writing at Second City, but got his comedic roots in Chicago’s underground scene. It’s the best of both worlds which makes his comedy suitable for all ages, races or financial statuses. Known for his ignorant genius, business savvy and creative freshness… he was born to be great!