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Didn't get Hannibal Buress tickets? Here's a second chance to see him in Atlanta this week


Hannibal Buress, a wildly popular Emmy-nominated writer, comedian and actor, just so happens to be making his way to Atlanta this week for not one but two special appearances.

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Unfortunately, it's too little, too late to enjoy Burress, known for his infamous Bill Cosby joke, at his sold out Masquerade show on Wednesday. However, at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20, Buress and co-host Tony Trimm will be recording a live, weird and intimate edition of his podcast "Handsome Rambler" at  Laughing Skull Lounge inside Midtown’s Vortex Bar & Grill, 878 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta.

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For fans accustomed to seeing Buress as dentist Lincoln Rice in the Comedy Central show "Broad City," the podcast will be a bit of a change of pace. "Handsome Rambler," which premiered in October, is candid look into Buress' real-life journey doing comedy on the road.

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"Anything can happen" is the mantra of this live comedy show, which he fills with unfiltered observations on sports, culture, relationships, bottled water reviews, and even the occasional guests like Chance The Rapper.

The details:

You must be over 21 to attend and there is a two drink minimum. It's a daytime recording starting at 2:30 p.m. Doors open at 2 p.m., but come early so you can prepare yourself to ugly laugh −Buress and Trimm have that effect.

Tickets are $20 and can be bought here.

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