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Kim Congdon Announces Debut Stand Up Comedy Special with Jam in the Van

November 12, 2023    By: Gutterhead Editorial

Comedian Kim Congdon took to Instagram to announce her upcoming debut stand up comedy special with Jam in the Van, set to be recorded on December 7, 2023.

“Kim Congdon’s first ever comedy special is coming to Jam in the Van on December 7th! Don’t miss this spectacle with one of the hottest rising comedians in the industry! Get your tickets now at the link in our bio,” posted Jam in the Van on Instagram.

Kim Congdon Will Record Debut Stand Up Special With Jam in the Van


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Congdon is a multifaceted talent in the entertainment industry, known for her work as a writer, producer, and actress. Her creative contributions span various projects, showcasing her versatility and skill in different roles. Some of her notable works include ‘Stoned Science,’ ‘Half Full,’ and ‘Fetal Fury: Escape the Womb.’ Congdon is also well-known for her appearances as a regular on Kill Tony, a live panel podcast/comedy show hosted by Tony Hinchcliffe and Brian Redban, The Joe Rogan Experience, as well as being featured on Comedy Central, MTV, HBO, and more. Congdon has also appeared at some of the best comedy clubs across the U.S.

Jam in the Van launched back in 2011 “as a backyard project inspired by a love for music festivals… JITV has since turned into a full-blown business venture for Jake Cotler, Dave Bell and Louis Peek. The company has filmed over 1,000 bands in remote locations across the United States. With new sessions everyday of the week M-F, Jam in the Van is the leading taste maker when it comes to music discovery.”

Jam in the Van also regularly puts on comedy shows, with performances being seen live and online, of which Congdon has previously been a part of. Jam in the Van’s home is in a venue in Culver City, Los Angeles, where they aim to continue hosting music and comedy while creating some of the freshest content on the internet.

“We started doing comedy shows. This was during high COVID. We’d sell 20 tickets for between $150 and $200 and have a socially distanced show. We partnered with Yeti coolers and people would come with masks and sit on camping chairs with a Yeti cooler filled with every type of alcohol. We’d keep people 20 feet away from each other, and it was an amazing night out. Next thing I knew I was DM’ing comics like Neil Brennan, Bill Burr and Sarah Silverman and they were saying, ‘Yeah, I’m in.,’” sexplained Cotler in an interview with Forbes.

An exact release date for Congdon’s debut stand up comedy special has yet to be announced.