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Drive-In: “Jay and Silent Bob Get Old” LIVE!

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Presented by the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. Hosted by Cal State San Marcos, in partnership with Show Imaging

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***NEW DATE: December 11, 2020***

 

“jay and silent bob get old”

Get a SIGNED poster from Jay & Silent Bob with the purchase of a VIP ticket!

Jay and Silent Bob Get Old” is a podcast featuring famed duo Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes.  Originally released in August 2010, the show grew to popularity quickly and was named one of Apple’s Top Podcasts in its first year.

Smith and Mewes have taken the podcast on tour across the U.S., and internationally in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. The show follows a conversational format, where the two actors set their famous characters aside and trade stories about real life: drugs, sex, and fame in the film industry.

 

Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith is best known as “Silent Bob” of “Jay and Silent Bob”. Smith’s movies are known for crass plots and dialogue, and recurring characters Jay and Silent Bob. Revered as one of the kings of independent film of the ’90s, Smith runs his own production company, as well as a comic book store called “Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash” in his hometown of Red Bank, New Jersey.

After a heart attack and major health scare in 2018, Smith is back at it much lighter and with a fresh outlook, Kevin Smith brings his comedic flair that we have all come to know and love.

 

Jason mewes

Best known as “Jay”, the vocal half of the famous “Jay and Silent Bob” duo.  Long time friends of Kevin Smith, the two knew each other before they struck fame.  Mewes made his film debut in the movie “Clerks”, which would solidify “Jay and Silent Bob”’s presence in the 90s comedy repertoire.

Mewes has been known for his long-time struggle with illicit drugs.  Despite several attempts at getting clean, the “Clerks” star battled for years to break his addictions.  The podcast “Jay and Silent Bob Get Old” was originally meant to serve as a weekly intervention for Mewes.  Mewes reports that he has been clean since 2010.

(WARNING: Recommended for mature audiences only)

 


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As the non-profit community & cultural heartbeat of North County San Diego, we depend on the generosity of arts-lovers like you to keep our organization vibrant and thriving.  Our members and patrons know that art & artists have the tools, talents, and gifts to heal our hearts and revive our community, even in the most difficult of times.  With your ticket purchase, you will join us in ensuring the cultural and artistic longevity of our beloved home community.

 

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Your ticket purchase funds the arts in our community

A portion of every ticket purchased goes to support Cal State San Marcos School of Arts an inclusive, collaborative community where artists, scholars, and students actively engage in developing artistic practices, critical thinking, cultural intelligence, and creativity.

 

Your ticket purchase supports our community

With your ticket purchase, you’ll help us raise up to $5,000 for the following organizations:

Escondido Community Foundation

Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce

 

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Our community desperately needs to feel connected, and your business can help!  By becoming a Drive-In sponsor, not only will you gain recognition & publicity in the community, but you’ll be joining us in our mission of bringing people together to discover, create, and celebrate visual and performing arts across San Diego.

Learn more about becoming a sponsor!

Buy tickets online (below), or at the Center ticket office, or by calling 800.988.4253. The ticket office is open Tue. – Sat. 12–6 PM, and Sun. 12–5 PM.


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