At $900 a ticket, there’s no cancellation of Joe Rogan’s Comedy Mothership shows
AUSTIN, Texas – Joe Rogan’s new Comedy Club shows are a hot ticket in the resale market, fetching up to $900 and proving, according to attendees, there is a strong demand for anti-revival and anti-revival cultural content. cancelation.
“It’s really meeting the demand,” said Brady, who flew in from Arizona to catch a show on the venue’s third opening night. “People are hungry for something like that.”
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Rogan, known for his hot button podcast, opened his own anti-revival comedy club, called Comedy Mothership, in Austin, Texas on March 7. All of Rogan’s opening week shows sold out within minutes and resale tickets listed as high as $900 on StubHub.
“You probably can’t cancel it if people are paying that much money to attend,” Reegan, from Minnesota, told Fox News as she stood outside the venue.
“It just shows the climate,” Billy, who was from Dallas, said online. “People are against the woke culture that’s happening.”
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Rogan – who wears many hats as a comedian, podcaster and UFC commentator – performed on his feet on his club’s opening night.
“You can’t kick me out of my own club, bitch!” Rogan told the public, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Rogan faced cancellation demands last year after critics accused him of promoting misinformation regarding COVID-19 during his hugely popular Spotify podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience”.
“A certain group of people may cancel ‘Rogan’, but his club’s opening shows that “there will always be the other crowd that will be willing to pay for their tickets,” Lili, from Minnesota, told Fox News.
Rogan faced additional calls for its cancellation in February 2022 after his use of a racial slur in previous podcast episodes resurfaced. Rogan, who recorded those episodes before signing his $200 million podcast deal with Spotify, removed the content and apologized.
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Americans are “ready to end the cancel culture” and demonstrate that sentiment by selling new Rogan shows, Brady told Fox News. “People are thrilled that Joe is here.”
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