Majah Hype

Majah Hype

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About Majah Hype


• Must be 21 & up to enter unless otherwise indicated. Valid photo I.D. required for entry.
• ALL seating is based on a first come, first served basis. Your entire party MUST be together in order to be seated together.
The 2 Person Shared Table section is not a private table. You will be seated with other guests from a separate party at the same table. Parties of 2 who buy a table for 4 will still be seated with another couple.
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• All acts and show times are subject to change.
• DO NOT PURCHASE TICKETS FROM ANYONE OR ANY OTHER SITE OTHER THAN IMPROVTAMPA.COM.
• You cannot purchase or reserve tickets over the phone.

VIP includes preferred seating and a Meet & Greet with Majah

Frequently coming up with new characters, Majah produces about six or seven videos per day. He blazed both domestic and international stages with his prideful brand of wit: becoming a familiar face spanning Trinidad, Tobago, Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados, Japan, Europe, Canada, South America and the Bahamas. Majah primarily headlines his own performances but has been honored to share stages with comedic talents such as Jason Anders, Michael Blackson, John Witherspoon, Paul Mooney, Cedric the Entertainer, Tony Woods, Brandon T. Jackson, Marlon Wayans and Affion Crockett. As his following continues to expand, Majah’s objective is to remain an ambassador for his Caribbean heritage. Majah performs an annual stand-up show at the King’s Theater every Labor Day in his hometown, Brooklyn. He launched his own production company, Hype Media and Films, in 2014. Two years later, the ambitious jokester wrote, starred in and directed an independent comedy, “Foreign Minds Think Alike,” where he also portrayed five characters on-screen. This year, Majah plans to launch his own nonprofit organization, Hearts of Comedy for Majah Hype. Majah has made appearances on The Wendy Williams Show, The Breakfast Club, TIDAL’s Money & Violence, and BET. When he’s not cracking jokes, dressing up in wigs and costumes, or poking fun using his Caribbean accents, Majah visits children’s hospitals and supports causes like cancer, leukemia and sickle cell anemia. Majah also frequently reads comments on his posts so that he can constantly gauge and interact with his followers, so watch out because one of Majah’s alter egos, Mitzy, might go ham and start trolling you on Instagram!