Saurin Choksi, headlines/David Drake, featuring

Saurin Choksi is a stand up comic performing in New York City. He is the co-host of Fuse TV’s late night pop culture talk show, White Guy Talk Show.

In 2014 he took first place at the prestigious Boston Comedy Festival. Choksi has performed at top comedy venues all over the nation, including Carolines, The Laugh Factory and The Comedy Attic. His stand up has been featured on Fox TV and Sirius/XM Radio. He a proud alumni of the nation's longest running independent comedy show case, Chicago's The Lincoln Lodge.

Choksi lives in Brooklyn with 3 roommates. That is too many roommates.

03/30/2019 9:30 PM

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VENUE: Camp Bar 490 Robert St N, St. Paul MN 55101

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SEATING: Seating is first come first served in whatever section you purchased for, meaning Premium Seats will always be in the premium section no matter when you arrive. Large groups should arrive early to ensure they will be able to sit together.

ACCESSIBILITY: Camp Bar is fully accessible.



Saurin Choksi is a stand up comic performing in New York City. He is the co-host of Fuse TV’s late night pop culture talk show, White Guy Talk Show.

In 2014 he took first place at the prestigious Boston Comedy Festival. Choksi has performed at top comedy venues all over the nation, including Carolines, The Laugh Factory and The Comedy Attic. His stand up has been featured on Fox TV and Sirius/XM Radio. He a proud alumni of the nation's longest running independent comedy show case, Chicago's The Lincoln Lodge.

Choksi lives in Brooklyn with 3 roommates. That is too many roommates.