Hollywood Palladium | Los Angeles, California
JUST IN: The NETFLIX IS A JOKE Comedy Festival is coming back next year. 2024's version of the fest promises to be BIGGER and BETTER. You can already feel the energy because Chris Rock is coming for it! People of Los Angeles, do you think you're ready for CHRIS ROCK'S TABLE READS? We sure hope ya'll are!
Netflix Is A Joke Festival: Chris Rock's Table Reads is going live at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, the 3rd of May, 2024. Expect a night filled with the most laughter you’ve ever heard and get ready to have a blast! This comedy show is perfect if you just want to let go and have fun. You’re sure to have an epic time with Chris Rock!
Tickets for Netflix Is A Joke Festival: Chris Rock's Table Reads are still available! They’re selling fast though - so get your hands on them right now by clicking ‘GET TICKETS’!
Netflix first started using the self-deprecating marketing slogan "Netflix Is A Joke" to promote its original comedy programs. For Netflix's diversified and high-caliber comedy material, both comedians and viewers quickly adopted the phrase as a badge of honor. Additionally, Netflix Is A Joke has a YouTube channel where it posts podcasts, clips, and interviews from its library of comedic videos. Who knew that after all this time, it would turn into one of Netflix's biggest festivals?
In May 2024, Netflix Is A Joke will return with its star-studded comedy festival. It’s bringing in some of America’s favorite comedians. More importantly, the festival is having Chris Rock as one of the performers! Seriously, there’s no way you can miss out when this hilarious comedian takes the stage. It’s going to be epic. So, get ready to catch him live at the Hollywood Bowl! Save the date for the 3rd of May! Do you think you can handle a night of never-ending laughter? Well, we definitely hope so! Netflix promises the show's going to be cray!
About Chris Rock:
Chris Rock is basically the king of comedy, no doubt. Tbh, the guy's got a rap sheet of awards longer than a grocery list – three Grammys for Best Comedy Album, four Primetime Emmys, and a Golden Globe nod. Comedy Central even gave him the title of the fifth greatest stand-up of all time. Rolling Stone agrees, ranking him fifth on their list too. In 2023, he's not just any Chris; he's the most searched "Chris" in the U.S. People just can't get enough of him!
His live streaming event, "Chris Rock: Selective Outrage," dropped on Netflix in March 2023 and it instantly hit the Top 10. In the next year, he's teaming up with Spielberg for a movie about Martin Luther King Jr. Chris is pulling double duty as director and producer. Plus, his animated series "Everybody Still Hates Chris" is hitting Comedy Central and Paramount+. The guy's a legend, and he's not slowing down anytime soon!