Spoken Funk coming to the Hilltop Tavern

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Spoken Funk Saturday

APPLE VALLEY – Spoken Funk Where Poetry and Comedy Meet showcase is coming to the Hilltop Tavern, in Apple Valley, June 25th. The show hosted by Ron Gee of Chocolate Sundaes at the Laugh-Factory in Hollywood, features poetry, comedy, a DJ, a host of games and cash prizes.

Featured performance acts include poetry by poet laureate of Pomona Judah 1, South Central L.A. Poet Smooth 1, comedian Dannon Green and music by DJ Count. 

The Hilltop Tavern and Inn is located on a scenic 60 acre guest ranch and has served the High Desert with events for over 40 years. 

Spoken Funk Saturday

Date:                  June 25, 2022
Time:                 4:00 – 6: 30 p.m.
Location:           Hilltop Tavern and Inn
                            9544 Kiowa Road
                            Apple Valley, CA 92308
Admission:       $35 – $55

For ticket information visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spoken-funk-where-poetry-and-comedy-meet-tickets-338385248387

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