VIP Ticket Package includes a meet and greet with Carlos Mencia 30 minutes before the show, a digital picture with Carlos, 1 piece of autographed merchandise and priority seating for the show.
Carlos Mencia began visiting living rooms nationwide when his television series, Mind of Mencia, debuted on Comedy Central on July 6, 2005. The series has aired four season, and DVDs of the first three are on sale now.
Since its premiere, Mind of Mencia has relentlessly taken on topics such as ethnic stereotypes, race relations and immigration.
Mencia became known for his two solo HBO Specials, one of which received a CableACE Award nomination, and as host of the groundbreaking series, "Funny Is Funny" (Galavision). He was also a guest-host on back-to-back episodes of NBC's Later and his first appearance on "The Tonight Show" received a standing ovation. His additional television credits include a recurring role opposite Tommy Davidson as Felix Boulevard in Hyperion Pictures' animated series, "The Proud Family" on the Disney Channel, as well as guest-starring roles on both "The Shield" and "The Bernie Mac Show." In addition, he starred in his own original half-hour special for Comedy Central, "Comedy Central Presents Carlos Mencia," and has been seen on such shows as CNBC's "Dennis Miller," ABC's "Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher," HBO's "Loco Slam," and "Comic Relief VI."
On the big screen, Mencia's film credits include "29 Palms," "Outta' Time," in which he co-starred with Mario Lopez and "The Heartbreak Kid," with Ben Stiller and Michelle Monaghan.
"The Three Amigos," a tour Mencia headlined in 2001-2002, was so successful it sparked the interest of industry execs and prompted Miramax Films to fund the taping of three sold-out performances as well as behind-the-scenes footage. The DVD of this film was released by Disney. StudioWorks Entertainment released his first retail DVD, "Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended Live in San Jose," in 2005. In More
the summer of 2006, Mencia completed "The Punisher Tour," a sold-out headlining stand-up tour of over 60 cities. The tour sold more than 270,000 tickets, making it the biggest tour of any Latino comedian to date.
"Carlos Mencia: No Strings Attached - Live, Extended and Uncensored" was a stand-up special taped in front of a live audience at San Francisco's Warfield Theater. The DVD, which features the original performance as seen on-air and an extended performance with 20 minutes of never-before-seen additional material, was released on October 10, 2006 and became the first stand-up DVD release from Comedy Central Home Entertainment to be certified platinum.
One of the most popular comedians in the country, Carlos Mencia has the rare gift of insightful perception and precise delivery when addressing a variety of subjects, including people's inability to laugh at themselves. He represents the internal voice inside us and demands we admit to thinking what he says out loud. view more..