A Comedy Show In Nashville Is Aiming To Run 185 Hours Long To Break World Record

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How long would you sit and watch comedians tell there jokes on stage? Well Nashville’s Broken Record Comedy Show is back to hopefully break the world record of being the longest ran comedy show which they currently hold the title for. In an announcement made this week, the people behind the infamous show revealed they are back to break their previous record of over 184 hours.

Nashville StandUp’s first “Broken Record Comedy Show” ran non-stop at The East Room in Nashville, Tennessee, beginning Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 12:04pm with DJ Buckley and ending Monday April 20 at 4:20am with Chad Riden, setting the new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title at 184 hours, 16 minutes. The show featured about 100 comedians, including surprise celebrity guest sets from Hannibal Buress, Eric Andre, Rory Scovel, Nate Bargatze, Luis J. Gomez, Keith Alberstadt, Jon Reep, Ahmed Ahmed and Killer Beaz. The previous 80-hour record had been held by the Laugh Factory in Hollywood, CA, for a show which ran December 6-9, 2010. #BrokenRecordShow vol. 2’s non-stop 8+ day schedule will feature showcases, feature-length, and headliner-length sets, and will include surprise drop-ins from comedians of various levels of fame and fortune and infamy and misfortune.

If you’re in Nashville from May 15-23, you might be interested to see if they can return back to the history books.


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