NEW YEAR'S EVE with Cliff Cash

Cliff Cash got his comedy start right here in Wilmington at Nutt St Comedy, now Dead Crow Comedy Room. In the 10 years since he began, Cash has gone on to win Port City’s Top Comic, Comedy Zones Almost Famous, be a finalist in Comedy Central’s UpNext and a finalist for Standup NBC. He’s played iconic comedy rooms from The Comedy Store in LA to Caroline’s on Broadway in New York City. Cliff has headlined great festivals like Altercation Comedy Festival in Austin and Tree Fort Festival in Boise.

He also won best of the fest at SLO Comedy Festival in California. His comedy has been featured on Sirius XM Comedy Central, Rawdog, Laughs TV, Rooftop Comedy and a half hour special on Dry Bar. In 2020 his debut album (recorded at the old Dead Crow) spent a week at number one on iTunes. SNL’s Kevin Nealon called him “a mix between Rory Scovel and Bill Hicks” then promised to help him get on Conan and never talked to him again.

Cash’s comedy has been called “the voice of the new south” as he challenges old paradigms and stereotypes from his deeply religious and conservative roots. Cliff tackles everything from racism to homophobia, from greed and war to death and divorce saying “I believe it is our duty as comics to shine the light of levity into the dark corners of the human experience and by doing so, we can take power away from the things that sadden us or scare us. Maybe that old saying about laughter being the best medicine really is true. I hope so because I don’t have health insurance”.

12/31/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

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Ring in the New Year with Wilmington's own Cliff Cash featuring Brad Allred.

Please note: late show will end at approximately 11, leaving plenty of time for that midnight kiss!

Cliff Cash got his comedy start right here in Wilmington at Nutt St Comedy, now Dead Crow Comedy Room. In the 10 years since he began, Cash has gone on to win Port City’s Top Comic, Comedy Zones Almost Famous, be a finalist in Comedy Central’s UpNext and a finalist for Standup NBC. He’s played iconic comedy rooms from The Comedy Store in LA to Caroline’s on Broadway in New York City. Cliff has headlined great festivals like Altercation Comedy Festival in Austin and Tree Fort Festival in Boise.

He also won best of the fest at SLO Comedy Festival in California. His comedy has been featured on Sirius XM Comedy Central, Rawdog, Laughs TV, Rooftop Comedy and a half hour special on Dry Bar. In 2020 his debut album (recorded at the old Dead Crow) spent a week at number one on iTunes. SNL’s Kevin Nealon called him “a mix between Rory Scovel and Bill Hicks” then promised to help him get on Conan and never talked to him again.

Cash’s comedy has been called “the voice of the new south” as he challenges old paradigms and stereotypes from his deeply religious and conservative roots. Cliff tackles everything from racism to homophobia, from greed and war to death and divorce saying “I believe it is our duty as comics to shine the light of levity into the dark corners of the human experience and by doing so, we can take power away from the things that sadden us or scare us. Maybe that old saying about laughter being the best medicine really is true. I hope so because I don’t have health insurance”.


Cliff Cash got his comedy start right here in Wilmington at Nutt St Comedy, now Dead Crow Comedy Room. In the 10 years since he began, Cash has gone on to win Port City’s Top Comic, Comedy Zones Almost Famous, be a finalist in Comedy Central’s UpNext and a finalist for Standup NBC. He’s played iconic comedy rooms from The Comedy Store in LA to Caroline’s on Broadway in New York City. Cliff has headlined great festivals like Altercation Comedy Festival in Austin and Tree Fort Festival in Boise.

He also won best of the fest at SLO Comedy Festival in California. His comedy has been featured on Sirius XM Comedy Central, Rawdog, Laughs TV, Rooftop Comedy and a half hour special on Dry Bar. In 2020 his debut album (recorded at the old Dead Crow) spent a week at number one on iTunes. SNL’s Kevin Nealon called him “a mix between Rory Scovel and Bill Hicks” then promised to help him get on Conan and never talked to him again.

Cash’s comedy has been called “the voice of the new south” as he challenges old paradigms and stereotypes from his deeply religious and conservative roots. Cliff tackles everything from racism to homophobia, from greed and war to death and divorce saying “I believe it is our duty as comics to shine the light of levity into the dark corners of the human experience and by doing so, we can take power away from the things that sadden us or scare us. Maybe that old saying about laughter being the best medicine really is true. I hope so because I don’t have health insurance”.