TICKETS AND SEATING
- Please read these rules completely as there will be no exceptions made.
- We are a 21 only club. We will only let people in under 21 if they are with their parents and they must be at least 16.
- If your driver’s license is expired, we will not let you in the club unless you have documentation showing an appointment with DMV. If your ID is not valid, we will not refund your ticket, so please don’t purchase a ticket if you’re not 21 or you don’t have a valid photo ID from the State you reside in, which includes a state ID or Driver’s license.
- If you buy a ticket and you can’t come to the show you must email us three hours before the show starts, we will not refund your tickets, but you can exchange them for another show or credit. There are no exceptions to this policy.
- Bring your email receipt to the ticket window to get your tickets before entering the club. If you’re in a group and the tickets are under your name you can pick up all the tickets for the group. The group has to enter the club together in order to be seated. We will not seat partial groups. We don't reserve tables or move tables and we seat from the stage back and if you have a large group you have to contact us in advance to make arrangements.
Gun and Knife policy
Sandman Comedy Club does not allow guns in the club even if you have a carry and conceal permit. Also, we do not allow knifes in the club. If you check-in carrying a gun or knife you will be asked to take them back to your car before you will be allowed into the club.
QR codes at your table
- At your table we will have QR codes you can use on your phone by turning on your camera and scanning the code.
- You will be able to see our drink and food menu and order from your phone.
- You can start a tab by entering your credit card info once at the beginning and order throughout the show without every adding your info again. This way you don’t have to enter your card info every time you order food and drinks.
- When you’re ready to close your tab, you can do it on your phone.
- Our waitstaff can also take orders from you and place them into the tab you created on your phone.
- If you’re paying by cash our waitstaff can take your orders.
- If you don’t want to use the QR codes and order from your phone or waitstaff will take your orders and you can pay by cash or credit card at the end of the show.
- Our goal is to make it easy for you to order food and drinks throughout the show allowing you to focus on the show and enjoy a great night of laughter.
- If you do not close your tab before you leave the club. We will close the tab and add a 20% gratuity to your tab.
- If you’re having trouble closing your tab, please ask a server for help.
Hari Kondabolu is a comedian, writer & podcaster based in Brooklyn, NY. He has been described by The NY
Times as “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today.” In 2018, his Netflix special “Warn Your
Relatives” was released and he was named one of Variety’s Top 10 Comics To Watch. Regarding his special,
The NY Times wrote ” it was an artistic breakthrough for him, an incisively funny and formally adventurous
hour that reveals a comic in command of his powers.”
Hari has released two comedy albums two albums, “Waiting for 2042” & “Mainstream American Comic” with
the legendary indie rock label Kill Rock Stars. He has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman,
Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, John Oliver’s NY Stand-Up Show, @Midnight & has his own half-hour special on
Comedy Central. A former writer & correspondent on the Chris Rock produced FX TV show “Totally Biased
with W. Kamau Bell.” In 2017, he released his critically acclaimed documentary “The Problem with Apu” on
Hari is a regular on the public radio gameshow “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me.” Hari has also appeared on such
notable radio shows and podcasts as Fresh Air with Terry Gross, WTF with Marc Maron, 2 Dope Queens,
Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Prairie Home Companion, Wits, Studio 360, and Bullseye. He co�hosted the popular “Politically Reactive” podcast with W. Kamau Bell and currently co-hosts “The Kondabolu
Brothers Podcast” with his brother Ashok on Earwolf.
In the UK, Hari has established himself with appearances on BBC 3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Live at the
Electric and Channel 4’s 8 out 10 Cats. He also performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011.
Hari attended both Bowdoin College and Wesleyan University, graduating from the former institution with a
B.A. in Comparative Politics in 2004. A former immigrant rights organizer in Seattle, Hari also earned a
Masters in Human Rights from the London School of Economics in 2008. He was the NYU’s APA Institute’s
“Artist in Residence” for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.
Hari was born and raised in Queens, NY. He went to Townsend Harris High School and the school’s mascot,
“Hari the Hawk,” was named after him during his senior year. (He sometimes fears that his greatest
achievement was accomplished at 17).