Some of the best and edgiest comedians will perform in Phoenix to raise funds to build a monument celebrating our personal liberties.
Set for May 13 at Symphony Hall, The Bill Of Rights Comedy Concert will feature performances by Lewis Black, Bill Engvall, Bobcat Goldthwait, Dick Gregory, Kathleen Madigan, Tommy Smothers and Steven Wright along with musical guests Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of Little Feat.
Benefitting efforts to construct a Bill of Rights monument at the Arizona state capitol, tickets for reserved seats range from $53 to $98 (subject to additional charges).
This being a charity effort, the Bill Of Rights Comedy Concert is also offering a couple of high-end packages. For example, “Founders Circle” seats are priced at $1,000. These prime orchestra and front row seats include an invitation to the artists reception, a collectible event poster lithograph signed by the comedians, and your name listed as an individual acknowledgement in the program and the Founders Gallery.
There are also Presidents Circle Packages with tickets ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.
Tickets go on sale March 19. Visit MyBillOfRights.org for more information.