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Event Details

Please note: This show will be performed in Spanish.

Live at the Eccles presents Franco Escamilla Thursday, September 19, 2019 at the Eccles Theater on Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City. ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events.

Franco Escamilla the world’s largest Spanish speaking comedian is coming to Salt Lake City! Musician, Comedian and Standup Performer well known as “El Diablo” (The Devil) or “El Amo del Sarcasmo” (The Master of Sarcasm) for his YouTube videos of sarcastic jokes for adults, his style of stand-up comedy with a sarcastic, rough, sour touch and with a black humor that has characterized him in his artistic career with sold out shows in venues as important as the “Auditorio Nacional” in Mexico and the “Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. 

 

Franco Escamilla el comediante de habla hispana mas grande nació en Abril 29,1981 en Cuautla Morelos, México. 

Músico, comediante y standupero, reconocido como “El Diablo” o “El Amo del Sarcasmo” por sus videos en Youtube de chistes sarcásticos para adultos, estilo de comedia con un toque sarcástico, áspero, agrio y con un humor negro que lo ha caracterizado en su carrera artística llenando teatros tan importantes como el Auditorio Nacional en México o el Microsoft Theatre en Los Angeles, CA. 

Actualmente se encuentra de gira no solo por México y Estados Unidos sino también por Latinoamerica, Europa y Asia. 

Time

(Thursday) 8:30 pm

Location

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater

131 S. Main Street, Salt Lake City, 84111

Organizer

Live at the Eccles801-355-2787 131 South Main Street

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