- Shows starting at 9:30pm or later are 21+, and shows starting earlier are 18+ with a valid ID.
- Seats only guaranteed until showtime. Ticket price is more expensive at the door (if any remain).
- DOWNTOWN - Premium seating is in the front row of the balcony, and front two rows. General Admission is first come, first serve.
- There are no refunds on any ticket purchases.
- 2-item minimum in showroom. This means each person must purchase 2 items off the menu. This can be an alcoholic, or non-alcoholic drink, or any of our food items.
- 7:00 PM Show/6:00 PM Doors
- 7:30 PM Show/6:30 PM Doors
- 9:45 PM Show/9:00 PM Doors
- 10:15 PM Show/9:30 PM Doors
- Thursday: $18/$26
- Friday & Saturday: $24/$32
933 Market Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
Dulcé Sloan is one of the sharpest, fastest-rising voices in comedy. Most recently a correspondent on Comedy Central’s "The Daily Show" with Trevor Noah, she has been hailed by Variety Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Timeout LA as a Top Comedian to watch. She has also been honored as the NBC Stand Up Showcase Winner, a Montreal Just For Laughs New Face, and as a Comedian to Watch on "The Steve Harvey Show".
Dulcé has “a voice that doesn’t pander or bully but comes at you straight. With a chaser of Joy,” according to Ozy.com. She offers a fresh, honest perspective that speaks truth to power and eviscerates the status quo.
She can currently be seen in the FOX animated series “Great North” alongside Jenny Slate and Will Forte. She can also be seen in the feature film Chick Fight alongside Malin Ackerman, and Alec Baldwin, which The Hollywood Reporter hailed her as “not just stealing the movie but making sure that no one else even comes close.” She has also appeared multiple times on the CNN New Year’s Eve Special with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen, MTV’s "Acting Out", Comedy Central’s "@Midnight", Tru’s "Comedy Knockout", TBS’ "Conan", and has made multiple appearances as a correspondent on "E! News Daily".
Her signature point-of-view and confidence drive her hilarious views on everything from her personal relationships to the absurdities of society. “There’s no denying that Dulcé can make you laugh.” -Essence Magazine “The New Queen of Comedy” -Slink Magazine.