Don’t miss comedy sensation Earthquake and his annual Father’s Day Comedy Show. This year’s event features Nate Jackson, Jay Pharoah, Tony Rock and Tacarra Williams.

Comedian Earthquake first made his way into households and hearts on shows like BET’s Comic View, HBO’s Def Comedy Jam and Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam. His recent hit Chapelle’s Home Team – Earthquake: Legendary was named “funniest special” by The New York Times, who raved: “twice the laughs of a traditional special in half the time.” This year, he appeared on Netflix in Jerry Seinfeld’s Unfrosted and John Mulaney Presents: Everybody’s in LA. Catch Earthquake on the CBS sitcom The Neighborhood, Bounce TV’s Johnson and his Sirius XM show Quake’s House.

You’ve seen the hilarious Nate Jackson on The Young Rock (NBC), Wild ‘N Out (MTV), All Def Comedy (HBO), Kevin Hart’s Hart of the City (Comedy Central) and Comic View (BET). In addition to performing at clubs nationwide, he opened his own “Super Funny Comedy Club” — one of the few black-owned comedy clubs in the US. 

Stand-up comic Jay Pharoah rose to fame on Saturday Night Live with his uncanny portrayals of Barack Obama, Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Kanye West, Chris Tucker and more. He’s appeared in dozens of films and series, and continues to be the best celebrity impressionist working today.

Comedian Tony Rock has appeared on his brother Chris Rock’s Everybody Hates Chris, All Def Comedy, Black Card Revoked, Apollo Live and Living Biblically on CBS. He’s performed live at Netflix Is A Joke Fest, The Platinum Comedy Tour with Mike Epps, The Festival Of Laughs and clubs across the country.

The fearless and unapologetic Tacarra Williams makes audiences laugh with hard-won wisdom learned from the streets. In addition to her Comedy Central special produced by Kevin Hart, she’s opened for Tony Rock, Deray Davis and Bill Bellamy, and made a splash on Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam and NBC’s Bring the Funny.