15 Comics Unite for 2 Hilarious Shows
Bugs Taylor’s new concept, the No Fuss Comedy Bus hits the road as the world’s first mobile comedy club kicking off its six-week tour with two shows under stars in downtown Los Angeles, Saturday, July 27th, doors open at 5PM. (1001 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012).
The Bus, aka ‘Lucille’ is a 2001 Thomas school bus that has been retro-fitted and engineered to convert into an outdoor comedy venue and will pop-up in 17 cities over six weeks to raise funds for Comic Relief. Equipped with a collapsible stage, full production gear and outdoor seating, the No Fuss Comedy Bus is designed to accommodate 4-6 comics in its humble living quarters in between cities. The tour aims to help raise funds for victims of homelessness (Comic Relief) by spreading laughter nationwide, from small towns and remote locations to big city landmarks and beyond! On tour, local comics and headliners alike are invited to join the open-mic brigade and can do so by tracking its journey in real time on IG (@nofusscomedybus). Cities include, San Francisco, Portland, Boise, Salt Lake, Boulder, Omaha, Minneapolis, Madison, Chicago, Nashville, Little Rock, Dallas, Austin, Midland, Santa Fe, Flagstaff.
A variety of comics including Michael Lenoci (Follow The Leader Tour) will take the pop-up stage in support of Comic Relief, a 501(c)(3) charity that uses the power of entertainment to help end homelessness. Beginning at 5PM, opening night festivities include food trucks, beer pong tournament, open bar, live music, and one unforgettable comedy show. To purchase tickets go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/launch-party-no-fuss-comedy-bus-tickets-64337400898; a portion of the proceeds will benefit Comic Relief.
“Albeit challenging, I knew I wanted to convert a bus into a traveling comedy venue no matter what roadblocks popped up along the way. I believe in the power of laughter wholeheartedly– and I’ve made it my lifelong mission to help heal broken hearts and rebuild broken homes with comic relief, nationwide. So I just kept going. A year later, this little idea has morphed into a massive reality that’s taken on a life of its own. I couldn’t be more proud, and I’m so excited to hit the road and spread the joy one city at a time,”