April 25, 2017 @ 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
1100 13th St NW
Washington, DC 20005
“… with stints on “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” “Broad City” and “Last Comic Standing,” and a previously successful tour, the CAKE tour sounds like one you wouldn’t want to miss.” -amNY
WHO: Carrie Gravenson (Caroline’s on Broadway), Abbi Crutchfield (truTV), Kaytlin Bailey (MTV, SiriusXM), and LA-based comedian Erin Judge (NBC’s Last Comic Standing)
WHAT: The CAKE Comedy Tour features smart stand-up comedy from female comedians, ranging from philosophical to raunchy.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00pm
WHERE: Drafthouse Comedy – 1100 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
$25 general admission – tickets
The CAKE Comedy Tour is coming to Drafthouse Comedy on Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00pm, featuring smart stand-up comedy from Carrie Gravenson (Caroline’s on Broadway), Abbi Crutchfield (truTV), Kaytlin Bailey (MTV, SiriusXM), and LA-based comedian Erin Judge (NBC’s Last Comic Standing), ranging from philosophical to raunchy. Tickets are $25 general admission.
2017 CAKE Comedy Tour Dates:
4/21 – Boston, MA (Women in Comedy Festival) – Middlesex Lounge – tickets
More about The CAKE Comedy Tour:
The women of CAKE, featuring NYC-based comedians Carrie Gravenson (Caroline’s on Broadway), Abbi Crutchfield (truTV), Kaytlin Bailey (MTV, SiriusXM), and LA-based comedian Erin Judge (NBC’s Last Comic Standing), started out together as the Pink Collar Comedy Tour in 2012. They launched their original tour with a Kickstarter campaign then traveled successfully as the Pink Collar Comedy Tour for 4 years, hitting more than 60 cities, including Austin, Raleigh, New Orleans, Toronto, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Charleston, and many more. In 2017, the tour rebranded as CAKE, an acronym of the for comics’ first names. They’re still serving up “smart comedy by female comics,” according to the Boston Globe.
The women of the CAKE Comedy Tour will kick off their 2017 tour in Boston at the Women in Comedy Festival on April 21
! For the first time, the tour is teaming up with Kickstarter to pioneer a brand new way for indie tours to sell more tickets and reach more fans. CAKE founder Kaytlin Bailey worked closely with Kickstarter to design the new ticket sales platform, which helps independent artists launch self-produced tours. “We’re not asking for donations,” explains Bailey. “We’re just offering tickets and rewards well in advance, so fans can make sure our tour gets to their town.” Once they reach $1000 in tickets and swag for each city, that means the ladies of CAKE are on their way.