Even if Alonzo Mourning's draw as an NBA player isn't what it once was -- now that he's a retired NBA player -- the guy has kept things engaging for South Florida via his yearly Zo's Summer Groove. As you can tell by the logo at the right, we're now into the 15th year of getting entertainment swatted into our face by the All-Star center.
Friday evening brings us Zo's Summer Groove Comedy Show, which has just added Comedy Central luminary Dave Chappelle to the D.L. Hughley-hosted evening, also featuring Doug E. Fresh, DJ Irie, Capone, Marvin Dixon, Roz G., Nema Williams, and Smokey Suarez. And, we have a pair of tickets to offer to the masses. Details below.
It's a very simple process to enter for free tickets:
It's not even
going to take you longer than it did to read this blog. Simply head to
like it, and post a link to your favorite moment from Chappelle's Show. We'll pick a
winner at random by noon tomorrow and inform you via Facebook. Our fave:
Zo's Summer Groove Comedy Show hosted by D.L. Hughley. With Dave Chappelle, Doug E. Fresh, DJ Irie, Capone, Marvin Dixon, Roz G., Nema Williams, and Smokey Suarez. 7 p.m. Friday, July 22, at Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood. Tickets cost $45 to $100. Click here.
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