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Andrew Dice Clay

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Sep 27, 2024
Fri 7:00pm
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Andrew Dice Clay is presented by Mic Drop Mania Comedy Club, a family-owned venue located on Boston Street in Downtown Chandler within walking distance of Chandler Center for the Arts.

Andrew Dice Clay is a rock and roll comedy legend and proud to be one of America's most outrageous comics. When he released his debut album Dice, the parental advisory label simply read “Warning: This Album is Offensive.” Despite media backlash, Dice’s rise to fame was nothing less than meteoric. He’s sold out hundreds of arenas across the country, famously sold out Madison Square Garden (MSG) two nights in a row in 1990 and was the only performer ever “Banned for Life from MTV” (a ban which has since been lifted).

Dice is currently on the road receiving rave reviews with his stand-up shows. See what all the rave is about.

*This performance contains mature content and may not be suitable for all audiences.*

More About Andrew Dice Clay

Dice has released numerous gold and platinum-selling albums including the Rick Rubin-produced The Day The Laughter Died (among the five releases Rubin produced for Dice); best-selling DVDs (Dice Rules!); and starred in several one-hour HBO, pay-per-view, and Showtime stand-up specials including No Apologies, The Diceman Cometh, and Indestructible.

In recent years, Dice’s career has experienced a resurgence including his recurring role on the final season of Entourage (2011). He starred to great critical acclaim alongside Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine (2013); in Martin Scorsese’s Vinyl (2016); in the award-winning blockbuster hit, A Star Is Born (2018) alongside Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga; and in Hulu’s Pam & Tommy (2022). His other notable TV credits include two seasons of his Showtime series called Dice, loosely based on his own life.

Dice recently wrapped his role in the upcoming Eddie Murphy heist comedy The Pickup also featuring Pete Davidson and Keke Palmer.

Currently, Dice’s “on the street” videos on Instagram and TikTok have resulted in him being hailed as a contemporary cultural phenomenon tackling the modern zeitgeist.

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