Time to go ‘Wild N’ Out’
“Wild ‘N Out” fans will have reason to celebrate during Homecoming Week when host Nick Cannon comes to perform at the Stampede Comedy Show on Tuesday.
Tickets to Cannon’s show at the Sun Dome are free for both students and the general public on a first-come, first-served basis. Per Cannon’s contract, the university has 5,000 tickets available. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and doors open at 6:30 p.m. The show is expected to last approximately an hour.
In addition to his comedy work, Cannon works as a rapper, radio host, producer and actor. He’s also been a host on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” for seven seasons.
Cannon will be accompanied by several members of the “Wild ‘N Out” cast at the event, according to the Tampa Tribune.
Per USF’s website, “This is the first time Wild ‘N Out has been performed live on a college campus.”
The comedian’s contract states he will receive $25,000 for the performance. The money will come out of the Homecoming Budget, which is allocated from the Activity and Service fee.
In accordance with the contract, no photos or videos are allowed during the performance.
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