The Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics   7522 Sunset Blvd   Los Angeles, CA 90046

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The NerdMelt Showroom and Meltdown Comics present the 7th annual SUMMAHFEST with the King of Summah, Howard Kremer, for a full day of comedy, music, waterslides, food trucks, free beer, water balloon fights, summah costumes, and more summah fun!

We want to thank you for being a part of the community with a gloriously fun, free summah bash! It’s stupid fun every year, so don’t miss it! Remember to bring your ID – we will be carding for alcohol!

2:00pm- Party starts! Bring your bathing suit or best summah costume and enjoy the food, drinks, outdoor activities,

4:00pm- DJ ElectrifiyinMojoOnThatAss (aka Ricky Carmona)

6:00pm- Comedy Show! With Paul Danke, Cornell Reid, Sean Green, John Roy, Matt Knudsen, Karl Hess, & More! Hosted by Howard Kremer.

This event is FREE! Grab your tickets here!

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The NerdMelt Showroom proudly presents a night of stand-up comedy with one of our favorites, BRYAN COOK! Come join him as he performs a longer set and has some of his friends open, including Guy Branum, Chris Fairbanks, and Kara Klenk!

Bryan is a Los Angeles based comedian and writer. He hosts the Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction live show and podcast on the Nerdist Network, which has traveled all over the country. He is also the co-host of the live shows Reunited and Big Money.

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Asperger’s Are Us, the first comedy troupe consisting of openly autistic people, is coming to NerdMelt for a sketch show you won’t forget! Featuring Jake Hanke, New Michael Ingemi, Noah Britton, and Ethan Finlan.

Read about them in the New York Times!

“Asperger’s Are Us is funny. More than funny: Hilarious. That has to be mentioned first, because it can sometimes be obscured by the fact that the four-man sketch troupe… is… ‘the first comedy troupe consisting of openly autistic people.’
[Their sketches] often consist of precisely worded, dark, observational comedy balanced with absurd humor. Even when there is no mention of Asperger’s, sketches often play off the affectlessness associated with their diagnosis, mixing up objects and people in bizarre combinations. It’s smart, weird, deadpan humor at its best.” -CultureMap Austin

“I found myself laughing hard because they have a great sense of comedic timing, sometimes a little deadpan, sometimes a little punny, their style of humor is a little different across the troupe members which was great…
“I think this is one of the best documentaries I’ve seen in a long time. It was fantastic from the beginning to the end”
-GeekScholars review of Duplass Brothers Productions’ forthcoming documentary Asperger’s Are Us

Check out Asperger’s Are Us on their website, Facebook, and YouTube.

This show is appropriate for anyone who has started puberty

Tickets are $10 – GET TICKETS

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Shout at the movies! We screen the worst films you’ve never seen, and invite YOU to roast them — the best one-liners of the night will win prizes. If you like MST3K and RiffTrax, this is your scene!

Your hosts for the evening, JOHN MATHOT (Skylanders Academy), andSUSAN WRIGHT (The Because Show podcast) will present 1986’s QUIET COOL! A ruthless gang farming marijuana has a stranglehold on a Northwestern woodland town. The murders of several people bring together a NYC cop, and local teen out for revenge. Add in motorcycle chases, every bad guy hairstyle imaginable, and lots of 420, the results are explosive!

There’ll be comedy from BRAD GAGE & THE PUTERBAUGH SISTERS, plus FREE POPCORN! Laugh, laugh, and pass!

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The Cooties are a Comedy-Music trio featuring Ethan Edenburg, Eric Jackowitz, & Jacob Jeffries. They recently wrapped up a pilot for JASH called “Dad Friends” (also featuring Reggie Watts, Todd Glass and Ron Lynch). Their unique live blend of song and sketch makes for a show critics are calling “I’ve been meaning to check it out, but haven’t yet.”

The Cooties Boomtime Rockblock is a concert featuring lush three-part harmonies and addicting grooves/melodies with ridiculous lyrical content. Influenced by Flight of the Conchords, Tenacious D, The Mighty Boosh, and Stella, The Cooties always deliver a unique and ultra-fun live show!

Tickets are $8 in advance / $10 at the door – GET TICKETS

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At Luck of the Draw, there’s no telling what’s in store for each comedian! LA’s funniest comics will draw a slip from a hat and must obey whatever wacky thing it commands. There might be impressions, costumes, puppets — who knows!

With…
Quincy Jones
Emmy Blotnick
Eric Dadourian
Sara Schaefer
Eddie Della Siepe
Julian McCullough
& More!

Hosted by Caitlin Durante and Matt Donaher

Tickets are $8 in advance / $10 at the door – GET TICKETS

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The minority is the new majority. If you’re looking for yet another stand-up show featuring straight white dudes, look elsewhere. That doesn’t mean they can’t perform on the show, they just need to be a minority in some way—back hair counts.

Special guests…
Guy Branum
Sara Schaefer
Solomon Georgio
Anna Akana & Brad Gage

H. Alan Scott (VICE, MTV, Fusion, Oprah said his name) hosts this hour of funny folks. Bring your black friend, or gay one, or the one in the wheelchair, just remember: check your f*cking privelege at the door.

Tickets are $8 in advance / $10 at the door – GET TICKETS

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The NerdMelt Showroom proudly presents another night of stand-up comedy with one of our favorites, JAY LARSON! Come join him as he performs a longer set and has some of his friends open, including Matt Ingebretson & Joe DeRosa!

Larson is a Los Angeles based comedian. He has performed on Conan,TOSH.0, The Late Late Show, Comedy Central and co-hosted Best Bars In America for the Esquire Network for two seasons. His album “Self-Diagnosed” was released through AST Records and his follow up album, “Human Math” is set to release in the fall. Jay also co-hosts the weekly podcast, “The Crabfeast”.

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Great Scott! It’s Retro Rad!
Join Kyle Clark (The Nerdist and This Is Rad! podcasts) as he shares his infinite pop culture knowledge of the ’80s and ’90s with co-host Caitlin Durante  (Laughs, Luck of the Draw), who grew up without cable and watched, like, no television as a kid. Together they invite guests to review obscure cartoons and commercials from Kyle’s curated collection of all things Retro Rad and match wits with Kyle’s useless trivia. It’s like if MST3K andWin Ben Stein’s Money had a Muppet Baby.

This month we’re firing up our flux capacitors, accelerating to 88 miles per hour, and traveling back to the ’90s to screen the CBS animated series Back to the Future. Plus, we investigate bizarre board game commercials you definitely don’t remember…and Retro Rad trivia!

With guests Dan Telfer & Matthew Broussard!

Come join us as we make fun of the TV junk from your childhood!

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Four comedians sit down with four Rock Autobiographies to read about the history of the rock band KISS as told by a demon, a star-child, a spaceman and a kitty cat. Laughter will ensue!

Featuring
Pat Francis
Wayne Federman
Dave Holmes
Jimmy Pardo

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