Comedians Brandon Collins and Gordon Baker-Bone host this interactive show where prominent Black historical figures will finally get their due through drunken anecdotes from booked guests. We can raise a glass to that!
Drunk Black History: Boston will feature appearances by:
J. Smitty (Accidental Comedy Festival)
Sam Ike (Sirius XM)
Izzy da Rosa (“Wet Cat” comedy show)
Bethany Van Delft (“Just For Laughs” Comedy Festival)
**PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIRED**
Seating: $15 | General Admission | 21+
Doors at 9:00 pm
Show at 9:30 pm
Accessibility: The Rockwell is wheelchair accessible
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Effective January. 20, 2022, everyone age 5 and up entering The Rockwell (at 255 Elm Street, Somerville) must show proof of full vaccination. This includes all staff, audience, cast and crew attending and/or performing at The Rockwell.
You may show proof of vaccination — two shots plus two weeks, or two weeks after a Johnson & Johnson vaccine — in a number of ways.
- Bring in your vaccine card
- Bring in a photo of your vaccine card on your phone
- Enroll in the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 SMART Health Card program and we’ll scan and verify the QR code
In addition, we will require all guests to wear masks while with us during performances. This includes hallways, lobby, bar area, restrooms, and once you are seated. You may remove your mask when actively sipping on that tasty beverage from the bar but mask back up once you’re done.
To echo what our friend’s at the Somerville Media Center say: we’ll have zero tolerance of noses in public spaces. We will offer you a new mask if yours is ill-fitting, but if we see noses hanging out of masks or masks hanging off faces, we will ask that face’s owner to leave.
The Rockwell follows current CDC guidelines and requirements from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the City of Somerville. Be aware that these guidelines are ever-changing and if anything changes we will be in touch.
Let’s all do our part to stop the spread and keep one another healthy. #MaskUp