Dave Chappelle and company are getting ready to funk up Yellow Springs again.
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Demand incredibly high for Dave Chappelle's Juke Joint in Yellow Springs

Dave Chappelle Juke Joint

UPDATE: You snooze, you lose. 

Tickets to Dave Chappelle's “juke joint” Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9 on in Yellow Springs are sold out. 

EARLIER: Dave Chappelle and company are getting ready to funk up Yellow Springs again.

The internationally-known comedian will host his “juke joint” Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9 on a the Barn On Whitehall Farms/ Tecumeh Land Trust, 4625 US 68 in Yellow Springs.

 

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Gates open at 7 p.m. both nights and the party starts at 8 p.m. and goes “until.”

Tickets are limited and go on sale starting at noon Wednesday, October 5 on BrownPaperTickets.

General admission is $75 each day. VIP is $100. There is a $10 parking fee that must be paid in advance.  

Chappelle lives on a farm just outside of the village and is often seen around town. He’s brought shows to Yellow Springs in the past, including a bash at Whitehall Farm last year. 

"This is not a show per se, this is a (explicit) juke joint," Chappelle said.  

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The juke joint night in a “working barn” night features DJ D-Nice and musical performance from Frederic Yonnet & The Band With No Name.   

The Prince quote “bring your foot spray cause it’s gonna get funky,” is included in a poster for the party.

Chappelle is a big fan of the late musical legend. 

 

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As at most parties at Prince’s Paisley Park Records, no cell phones or cameras will be allowed at Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint.

CDCDave Chappelle. Photo / Danielle Levitt

Attendees encouraged not to wear heels and to dress comfortable, because come on, the show is on a farm.

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