Plastic Cup Boyz kick off national tour in Ohio
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(LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30, 2013) – Fresh off Kevin Hart’s sold out, multi-city “Let Me Explain” tour, Kevin Hart presents the Plastic Cup Boyz featuring comedians Na’im Lynn, Will “Spank” Horton, Joey Wells and LaVar Walker. At the top of their games, these esteemed comedians are gearing up to bring the world of comedy their funniest stuff, straight from the Plastic Cup.
Na’im Lynn, who recently made a cameo appearance on BET’s “Real House Husbands of Hollywood,” premiered his very own Comedy Central half hour special a few months back. Na’im grew up using Martin Lawrence and Eddie Murphy for muses; it wasn't long before he developed a knack for out-of-this-world comedy that has him skyrocketing to the top as the next big thing. Lynn will be headlining at the Funny Stop Comedy Club in Cuyahoga Falls Feb. 21-23 with a special meet and greet from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at Edgar’s restaurant, 530 Nome Road in Akron, a week before the tour begins.
Will “Spank” Horton is currently one of the most respected headliners in comedy and his career gained major momentum in 2011 when he was featured in the box-office hit movie “Laugh at My Pain”, starring comedian Kevin Hart, a movie based on the record-breaking comedy tour.
Joey Wells is a compelling and transcendent comedian. This season Joey is part of the “Real Husbands of Hollywood” writing staff, along with writing for the Video Music Awards. Joey has made hilarious performances on “The Monique Show”, “One Mic Stand”, Martin Lawrence’s comedy show, “1st Amendment, and “The Funny Spot.”
LaVar Walker is a pharmacist by day and comedian by night. During the past three years he has quickly burst into the comedic circuit like a case of the flu – you never knew what hit you. Lavar’s comic acts range from deep inner soul to ordinary everyday life situations. He can keep it clean or he can get down and dirty.
See the Plastic Cup Boyz live in a city near you. Tickets are available Friday, Feb. 1 through all Live Nation outlets.
2/28 Columbus, OH- Capital Theatre
3/1 Cleveland, OH- Ohio Theatre
3/2 Detroit, MI- The Filmore
3/8 Chicago, IL- House of Blues
3/15 Westbury, NY- Theatrevat Westbury
3/16 Philadelphia, PA- Tower Theatre
3/22 St Louis, MO- The Pageant
3/23 Denver, CO- Paramount Theatre
3/29 Washington, DC- Warner Theatre
3/30 Baltimore, MD- Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
4/5 Las Vegas, NV- House of Blues
4/6 Phoenix, AZ- Comerica Theatre
4/12 Los Angeles, CA- Wiltern Theatre
4/13 Oakland, CA- Paramount Theatre
4/20 Miami Beach, CA- The Filmore
4/21 Tampa, FL- Ferguson Hall
5/4 Houston, TX- House of Blues
5/5 Dallas, TX- House of Blues
5/17 Charlotte, NC- The Filmore
5/18 Atlanta, GA- The Tabernacle
5/19 Indianapolis, IN- Murat Theatre
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