Comedian Carlos Mencia to perform at Rivers Casino Philadelphia

March 22, 2024
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The comedian will take the stage next month as part of his ‘No Hate No Fear' tour.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia will welcome comedian Carols Mencia to the stage next month. As part of his “No Hate No Fear” tour, Mencia will perform at Rivers Casino Philadelphia April 20.

Tickets to the show on currently on sale and start at $39.

Mencia is known for his unfiltered and raw comedic style. After starring in several television shows and movies, Mencia decided to “return to his comedy roots” by launching the “No Hate No Fear” tour, which has sold out in various locations throughout the country.

Mencia got his start in comedy at the Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store in California. He went on to star on nationally known shows like “In Living Color” and “The Arsenio Hall Show,” as well as on “An Evening at the Improv.”

He has performed on HBO and Comedy Central. Mencia made the transition from television to the big screen when he starred in “The Heartbreak Kid,” opposite Ben Stiller and Michelle Monaghan. He also starred with America Ferrera and Forest Whitaker in “Our Family Wedding.”

In other news, Rivers Casino recently donated $1m to the Penn Treaty Special Services District (SSD). The casino has annually donated to the SSD, which issues grants to aid local community nonprofits.

This year’s check will go toward helping the neighborhood surrounding Rivers Casino in Fishtown. The funds will aid local nonprofits in “having more funding for capital improvements and expanded programming.”

Rivers Casino said in a statement, Through grants the SSD makes to community organizations, the casino funds are used to benefit residents of Fishtown, Northern Liberties, Olde Richmond and South Kensington.

"Recipient organizations sponsor neighborhood festivals and community gatherings; make physical improvements to parks, playgrounds, gardens and other infrastructure; and operate arts, sports, education and recreation programs.”


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