PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR TICKETS!
WE CANNOT ADD RESERVED SEATS TOGETHER FOR SEPARATE ONLINE ORDERS, PHONE ORDERS OR WALK UP. TO GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL SIT WITH YOUR FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS, AND/OR FAMILY, YOUR RESERVED TICKET PURCHASE MUST BE FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF YOUR FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS, AND/OR FAMILY.
IF YOU REQUIRE SPECIFIC TABLE AND SEATING REQUESTS, OUR BOX OFFICE HOURS ARE TUESDAY - FRIDAY FROM 10AM TO 6PM FOR IN-PERSON RESERVED SEATING SELECTIONS.
**ALL TICKETS PURCHASED ONLINE, OVER THE PHONE, OR IN PERSON ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON TRANSFERABLE. ** WE CAN NO LONGER OFFER CREDITS TO YOUR SEAT ENGINE ACCOUNT.
THANK YOU FOR AFFORDING CAP CITY COMEDY CLUB THE OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE TO ALL OF OUR PATRONS!
NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES - ALL SALES ARE FINAL. ALL SHOWS 18+.
- Reserved Seating: We assign you the best available seats at the time of your purchase, and they are held for you. We start front and center, and move back as the orders come in.
- General Admission: First-come, first-served seating on the night of the show. You can sit anywhere that does not have a Reserved Seating card on the table.
- VIP included one reserved seat and a post-show Meet and Greet.
Specific table requests- please visit the Box Office IN-PERSON to purchase Reserved Seating for a specific table, we can not accommodate specific table requests over the phone or via email.
Two-item minimum purchase per person applies in showroom.
Age policy is 18 & over - no exceptions.
Ticket Pickup: Tickets will be available at Will Call. Please present your photo ID at the Cap City Comedy Box Office, during box office hours or on the night of the show, and your tickets will be filed under your last name. Your photo ID must match the name on our Will Call sheet.
*WE LIMIT ONLINE TICKET SALES, IF SALES ARE FULL, CALL OUR BOX OFFICE AT 512-467-2333 TO CHECK FOR FURTHER TICKET AVAILABILITY
PERFORMERS AND PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
PLEASE CONTACT THE CLUB AT 512-467-2333 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING LIVE STAND-UP COMEDY IN AUSTIN, TEXAS
Brendan Peter Schaub is an American podcaster, comedian, actor,
commentator, former professional football player, and retired mixed martial artist. He was a finalist and the runner-up of Spike TV’s THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER: HEAVYWEIGHTS. He co-hosts The Fighter and the Kid, a weekly podcast with comedian Bryan Callen, as well as his own podcast Big Brown Breakdown. In the semifinals, Schaub defeated Marcus Jones of Team Rampage via KO in the first round. This win advanced Schaub to The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights Finale, where he lost by KO in the first round to Roy Nelson. Schaub made his main card debut at UFC 121 in Anaheim, California on October 23, 2010 against former UFC heavyweight title challenger, Gabriel Gonzaga. For the first time in Schaub’s career, the fight continued past the first round, going the full distance to a unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, and 30–27) victory for Schaub. On October 12, 2015, Schaub announced that he was retiring from MMA citing injuries and his growing entertainment career outside of fighting. Since retiring from fighting, Schaub has made a name for himself thanks to two popular podcasts. Brendan co-hosts the wildly popular FOX Sports podcast The Fighter and the Kid, with comedian Bryan Callen. And in December of 2016, Schaub launched a solo podcast, titled Big Brown Breakdown, centering around topics related to mixed martial arts and the UFC events. The Fighter and the Kid podcast has charted in multiple countries across the world. The duo are known for their comedic perspectives, not only in the realm of mixed martial arts, but also within pop culture and current events. In 2016, Schaub and Callen expanded podcast’s reach by embarking on a sold out national tour. In addition to The Fighter and the Kid live shows, Schaub has performed as a solo comedian at such venues as The Comedy Store, Hollywood Improv, and The Laugh Factory. In 2017, Schaub was brought on by Showtime to be the voice of MMA for the commentary surrounding the Mayweather/McGregor Blockbuster Boxing match. He has also co-hosted Bellator 180 for Spike Sports and appeared as a guest host on several Fox Sports Talk Shows. Up next, Schaub will appear as one of three hosts (and the only male voice) for E!’s Golden Globes AFTER SHOW talking about the evening’s fashion and highlights.