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Sunday, January 19 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Pier 69 Podcast

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Joey Avery, Andrew Orolfo, Dauood Naimyar and Mark Smalls make up Pier 69, a collective of comedians whose diverse styles of unapologetic humor quickly made their Pier 69 podcast a staple of the San Francisco comedy scene. Their sketch based YouTube channel has seen immediate success and their comedy album Junior Varsity made waves as an EP featuring the next generation of comedy. Their weekly podcast breaks all the rules, namely: 1. Don't say that, it will ruin your career. 2. Make sure your podcast has a topic. And 3. Nobody wants to hear what nobodies have to think. In a world where humor comes first, Pier 69 is a must listen. ($18, 18+)

Artists
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Andrew Orolfo

Filipino American, Andrew Orolfo has been named one of the country’s "top knot" comedians by... don't even ask, just go with it. An established staple in San Francisco comedy, he has been featured in SF Sketchfest, Limestone Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival and Comedy... Read More →
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Dauood Naimyar

Born with a foreign name in an American country (America), Dauood Muhammad Naimyar learned the value of assimilating at a very young age. Because of this, he tried his best to not be different but failed at every encounter. Once he embraced his eccentric point of view, he saw the... Read More →
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Joey Avery

After starting his career in Cape Town, South Africa Joey Avery brought his positive and energetic brand of comedy to San Francisco and received the Jimmy Gunn award for Best Newcomer to the Bay Area comedy scene. He was recently honored by the SF Chronicle as one of the Bay Area's... Read More →
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Mark Smalls

Mark Smalls is a stand up comedian, podcaster, and all around good guy. Born on the east coast but raised in the west, he smokes weed but is mad about it. In 2018 Mark placed 3rd in the 42nd Annual SF INTL comedy competition and performed in Comedy Centrals Clusterfest. In 2019 he... Read More →



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