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Judith Ayala from Los Angeles, California
We had a great time and haven’t laughed that hard in a long time. I was very impressed the way he inhaled with the audience. Sinbad is very quick witted and just a real guy. I would drive an hour and half to go see him again!! Happy Birthday to Sinbad!
JuanitaD from Spring Valley, ew York
SINBAD 12/16/17 @WESTBURY
Sinbad was outstanding! Non stop laughter; he was so down-to-earth. From parenting, relationships, ADHD, current affairs, ADHD & the political scene, Sinbad kept it real! His opening act Horace was really good. My daughter surprised me with tix (& great seats!) since we missed him at Levity Live a few months ago. It was well worth the wait & trip from Spring Valley to see him. Can’t wait to see him again!!
SR from Chicago, Illinois
My family and I truly enjoyed Sinbad! One of the most funniest and relatable comedians that doesn't have to use profanity and be vulgar to get his point across. I will try to see him every time he comes to Chicago!
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sinbad was great, we needed a laugh with so much hate and tragedy happening in the US. Keep making people laugh
Scott from Charlotte, North Carolina
STILL GOT IT!
Caught the late show at the Comedy Zone in Charlotte. Sinbad was warmed up by three very talented young comics, two that stayed on stage with him the rest of the night. Great interaction between the three of them and the audience. Three hours of constant laughs, avoiding politics and vulgarity. Sinbad has obviously learned a lot of life’s lessons and is able to translate that into humor on stage. Great show!
Alona Johnson from Wilmington, Delaware
WE HAVE LOVED SINBAD SINCE AFROS AND BELL BOTTOMS
Sinbad is one class act. My family and I laughed for hours as Sinbad brought constant laughter into our lives. Sinbad is able to make you laugh as well as make you think about the world around us. Thank you!
Mark from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
SINBAD IN THE BURGH
Sinbad was very funny without being vulgar. He went out of his way to relate to Pittsburgh related topics .These included the diversity of our local neighborhoods and vocabulary. Although he was on stage for almost three hours, he should have done two without his partner in his act. His performance was trying to teach old values to a new father. It seemed to slow it down for me. It also took time to get used to the feedback from the speakers. Overall it was very funny and relatable to all. He touched just enough of Trump and politics without getting in a forum.
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