Apr 19 2015
Wild West Comedy Festival | Anjelah Johnson

Wild West Comedy Festival | Anjelah Johnson

Presented by Outback Presents at Ryman Auditorium

Anjelah Johnson became an internet sensation with her viral video “Nail Salon” which led to many stand up and performance opportunities. That same year she joined the cast of “MADtv” as a series regular, which spawned another internet sensation “Bon Qui Qui." This original character, a disgruntled fast food employee with no filter, has been enjoyed, viewed and replicated by over fifty-five million people worldwide.

Recently, Anjelah recorded and released a full length rap song and music video as Bon Qui Qui with more tracks in the works. The song and the video are currently available on iTunes.

In June 2009 Anjelah recorded a one-hour special for Comedy Central and Warner Brothers Records. A second special is set to be released from her hometown of San Jose, CA this year.

In 2010, Johnson starred in OUR FAMILY WEDDING alongside Carlos Mencia, Regina King, and Oscar winner Forest Whitaker. She played the feisty sister of America Ferrera in this hilarious comedy which shows the perils and joys of combining families.

Admission Info

$35.50

Dates & Times

2015/04/19 - 2015/04/19

Location Info

Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219

Parking Info

Valet parking is available at the Ryman for most shows (excluding Opry at the Ryman) provided by Nissan.  To utilize the valet parking please enter the Ryman drive from Fifth Avenue and pull up the valet stand. Cost of parking is $20.00 per car. If you drive a Nissan, valet parking is free. Please note that the valet will be open until approximately one hour after the show ends.

There are also many paid parking lots and street meters in the area around the Ryman.  For further parking information please visit Park It! Downtown.

Accessibility Info

To purchase accessibility seating for any Ryman show, please call (615) 889-3060.

Service animals are welcome in Ryman Auditorium. Service animals must be wearing proper identification [i.e. red vest] and/or individuals must have proof of certification or a license for the service animal. The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability.