Planet of the Tapes is hosting a comedy benefit show for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Charles Booker on Friday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m.
The local, independent comedy club is supporting Booker as he seeks to unseat Rand Paul, as they said in the event description:
“Booker’s grassroots campaign across the Commonwealth, dubbed, ‘From the Hood to the Holler,’ is uniting Kentuckians around human rights and environmental issues for a more equitable state.”
Tickets for the benefit are $15, with Louisville comic Sean Smith headlining the show. Supporting sets by June Dempsey, Nathaniel Potts-Wells and Reed Sedgwick, and hosted by Zac Carman.
Planet of the Tapes is keeping the party going the following Saturday, Sept. 24, with RadFest, A Back 2 The 80s Event with retro pop culture arts and crafts, costume contest, music, movies and more.
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