American Muslim Institution and the Sixth and I Theater in Washington D.C. will co-host an evening of fun and comedy with Hasan Minhaj of the Comedy Central fame on Saturday, May 20.
Hasan Minhaj will be joined by Wajahat Ali, CNN contributor and journalist. The event, featuring the two rising stars of the American Muslim community, is likely to draw a huge presence of people in the metro area, as they look forward to entertainment blending wit, humor, satire and sharp commentary on some of the topical subjects.
Both Minhaj and Ali are carving out a niche in mainstream America with their unique talent and laser-focused perspective. Recently, Hasan Minhaj has been tapped to perform at the White House Correspondents’ Association April 29 dinner as entertainer. Wajahat Ali is an opinion writer and host at The Huffington Post, and has an impressive list of speaking engagements to his credit.
The general admission tickets are $25 plus booking fees and will go on sale at 10:00 AM on Friday, April 14, whereas the VIP tickets are $75 plus booking fees and will not go on sale until Monday, April 17 after 10:00 AM, if any ticket are left over from the pre-sale.
You will be pleased to know that AMI has negotiated the pre-sale of the 75 VIP tickets for three days. The holder of these VIP tickets will be entitled to early entry into the auditorium and post-show meet and greet with the artists. These tickets will be available to AMI supporters and friends, starting from 10:00 AM on Friday, April 14 to 10:00 AM on Monday, April 17, after that these VIP tickets will become available to others. These tickets are going to be sold fast, therefore, I suggest that you purchase the VIP tickets as soon as they come on sale on Friday (4/14), especially if you are interested in meeting Hasan Minhaj and Wajahat Ali at the reception after the show.
Hasan Minhaj (13) Event Flier
TO AVAIL THE VIP TICKETS, PLEASE GO TO THE TICKETFLY SITE
MENTIONED IN THE ATTACHED FLYER AND USE THE PROMOTIONAL CODE: HAHAHASAN
FOR GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS YOU DO NOT NEED TO ENTER THE CODE.
BOTH CATEGORIES OF TICKETS WOULD BE A MEMORABLE TREAT FOR ALL
AGES, ESPECIALLY OUR YOUTH AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS. See you on
Saturday, May 20.
Amb. Islam A. Siddiqui, President
American Muslim Institution
110 Maryland Ave. NE #508 Washington, D.C.20002-5606