ABOUT THE EVENT
VIP Balcony Seats - Crime and comedy collide in San Francisco's most daring and unique event: Comedy's Most Wanted: Comedians with Criminal Records, brought to you by HellaFunny. Prepare for a night of laughter and lawlessness as we unveil the Bay Area's top professional comics who've had run-ins with the law and turned their wild stories into side-splitting comedy. Brace yourselves for an ever-changing lineup of local legends and surprise guests who've conquered the stage at Cobbs, Punch Line, Crazy Funny Asians, Thrive City, and festivals like SF Sketchfest, Clusterfest, and Outside Lands.
Comedians with Criminal Records / LIVE
What kind of jaw-dropping stories can you expect? Buckle up, because each show is a unique ride through the wild world of criminal comedy! You might hear about disastrous booty calls, nude-driving arrests, police impersonators, or even the foot chase of the century led by one sneaky comedian.FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS IN SAN FRANCISCOEnjoy a 70-90 minute show with 4-5 comics on the bill with credits like Cobbs, Punchline, SF Sketchfest, Clusterfest and Outside Lands.Full bar, cocktails, beer, wine + drink specials21+ OnlyFridays & Saturdays - 7pm and 9pm ShowsLike most comedy clubs there is a two drink minimum to help support the bar/wait staff
Front Row Couch VIP Seats - Sit in the front row like a boss and get these jokes up close and personal."Shout Outs" - Want to wish someone an unforgettable happy birthday? Want one of the comics to say hi to your date? Or want to feel the burn and have a comic roast someone in your group? One of our comics will give you a special shout out from the stage. Limited to maximum of 2 per show.
Is proof of vaccination or masks required?
No. Currently the San Francisco health guidelines do not require vaccines or masks at indoor venues. If you are not feeling well, however, we recommend you stay at home.
What time do doors open?
For the 7pm show doors open at 6pm so you can arrive early and grab a drink and the best seat. For the 9pm show, doors open typically at 8:45pm.
Do the shows start on time?
Pretty close! We try to start each show within 5-15 minutes of the start time. So arrive early if you can! We want you to have a great time!
How late do the shows run?
The 7pm show ends around 8:30pm. The 9pm show ends around 10:30pm giving you enough time to easily get home via BART or MuniIs the event 21+? Yes. Due to licensing restrictions the event is 21+ only.
Is there a drink minimum?
Yes. Like most comedy clubs in San Francisco, there is a 2-drink minimum. We'll have exclusive Funcheap drink specials for each show, plus several mocktail options if you're going dry.
What If i can no longer make it? We know that sometimes plans change, and want to be as flexible as possible.As long as you let us know at least 24 hours before the show, you can either receive a full refund of the ticket price back to your original form of payment, or we can issue you a credit good towards tickets to a future show (up to 1 year) for the date/time of your choice. Simply fill out the refund request form on Eventbrite. It's your choice!If you aren't able to let us know you can't make it until the day of the show then we are happy to issue you a credit towards tickets to a future show of your choice good for up to 1 year as long as you notify us prior to the shows' starting time.Please note that in most cases Eventbrite’s fees are non-refundable, so they won't be returned to the ticket buyer unless the event is canceled, or if the buyer requests a refund for a duplicate charge within 7 days of purchase.In short, attendees can receive refunds to their original payment method or as a credit to a future event up to 24 hours before the event start date.
And it all takes place at the historic Mayes at 1233 Polk, the second-oldest seafood restaurant in San Francisco. Founded in 1867 by George Mayes, the "George Mayes Oyster Saloon & Chophouse", the restaurant relocated from California Street after the 1906 Earthquake and Fire. When the building burned down, they operated out of a tent until moving to Polk Street at Post, eventually relocating to the current location. The spot used to have a very different past - think separate door to the bar before ladies were allowed, a speakeasy downstairs, or rooms upstairs for, uh, working girls. Mayes' son updated it to an Italian seafood joint, and since then a few other restaurant incarnations were housed in the space. Back in 2009, the new owners resurrected Mayes with a modern vibe and a more "global" menu.Today it's the busiest bar/night club on Polk Street. The starting point for any pub crawl or SF neighborhood event.