Sat Apr 25 2020

7:00 PM (Doors 5:30 PM)

Oxnard Levity Live

591 Collections Blvd Oxnard, CA 93036

$40.00 - $90.00

Ages 21+

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EVENT INFO:

There is a two-item minimum purchase requirement in the showroom for all guests. 

Seating is general admission, first-come, first-served, with the exception of groups and premium booths.

No cell phone use, photography or video recording is permitted during performances.

All sales are final.

MISCELLANOUS:

For group sales info, e-mail our Events Manager to learn about special menu options and reserved seating.

Additional questions may be addressed in our Frequently Asked  Questions.

For further assistance contact Oxnard Levity Live at 805.457.5550 or by e-mail.

Lil Duval

  • Lil Duval

    Lil Duval

    Stand-up

    Celebrities aren’t exactly pouring out of Jacksonville Florida but that’s only made Roland Powell’s grind more ferocious. Proclaiming himself “Lil Duval” after the county from which he hails he has literally put his home turf on his back as he touches every nook and cranny available with his special brand of humor.  

    Some comedians work at making people laugh. Others just do. Born with the gift to make people laugh Lil Duval explains that for him “comedy was a natural thing. People always found me funny. It wasn’t that I was trying to be funny; they just found me funny.”

    Participating in pep rallies in high school and other activities where all eyes were on him really kicked Lil Duval into high gear. The limelight just suited him and he wanted more. “I heard them screaming for me and I was like ‘oh yeah this is what I need to be doing ’” he smiles. “I knew I would be in entertainment because I felt like an entertainer.”   

    Ultimately he envisioned himself on the big screen and particularly admired the work of Chris Tucker. That’s how he got into comedy actually. “I saw Chris Tucker on Friday and I was like ‘that’s what I want to do.’ Then I saw him on Def Comedy Jam so I was like ‘oh that’s the way you do it. You become a stand?up comedian and you’ll be in the movies.’ That’s how it started to build.”

    Not one to waste time Lil Duval went right at it taking to the stage of Atlanta’s legendary Uptown Comedy Corner. Pretty soon he was a regular there as well as any other spots with a microphone and people ready to laugh. A hilarious 2001 performance at a contest in Oakland caught the attention of Cedric the Entertainer’s camp and Lil Duval was invited to hit the road with Cedric and four other comedians. That successful run on the road led to a featured spot on Cedric the Entertainer: Starting Lineup first televised and then released on DVD.  
    During the tour Lil Duval developed his signature routine “Stalker’s Anthem (Bitch U Mine).” Set to Musiq Soulchild’s 2000 hit “Just Friends ” Lil Duval twists the original song which preaches about taking it slow and making the girl comfortable into a pressure?filled encounter at a club: “Girl I know this might sound strange/But let me know if I’m outta order steppin to you this way/See I been buying you drinks for a while/And I’ll let you know . . . . Bitch U Mine!”
    A forever hustler Lil Duval stayed on the road slanging his brand of humor. Along the way he also released two underground comedy DVDs:  Dat Boy Funny (2003) and Put Your Hands on Me (2005).

    Additionally he appeared in Three 6 Mafia’s Choices II: The Setup as well as hot videos like T.I.’s “Rubberband Man ” “24s ” “Whatever You Like” and Yung Joc’s “It’s Goin Down” and “Coffee Shop.”

    Most recently he’s added Twitter to his campaign and regularly dispenses his thoughts via @lilduval as raw and witty as only he can. So much so that he now has over 600 000 followers. It’s Lil Duval’s abilityto ride the current and know what people want that keeps him winning. “I was always on the internet. It’s just like in the streets ” he explains. “When new dope comes out if you want to stay popping in the streets you go with the new dope. When people were still on MySpace I was popular on MySpace. I had like a 100 000 friends. The new thing is Twitter.”

    Embracing the new is indeed a part of Lil Duval’s makeup but he prides himself most on staying true to himself. “I stay in my own lane. I don’t do what anybody else is doing. I try to do what I’m doing. I like to be the one that’s being followed instead of following someone else. There’s no blueprint to this shit so I mean when you follow somebody else’s blueprint just because it worked for them doesn’t mean it’ll work for you.”

    That sense of originality is one of the reasons Lil Duval attracted the attention of hip-hop’s reigning king early on. A fan since 2001 when Duval first started wrecking stages T.I. didn’t hesitate later on to add Lil Duval to his label Grand Hustle’s comedy roster. "He's someone who says what everyone else is thinking and scared to say ” shares T.I. “He talks about life's most difficult and embarrassing moments. To take these things and find ways to make people laugh especially when folks see fit to cry is comedy at its finest."  

    Duval can currently be seen on two MTV series Guy Code and Hip Hop Squares but he’s not done yet. “Everything that you can do and even more that hasn’t been done yet” is a serious goal for him. “Whatever it is the people want me to do I’m going to do it. And I’m going to be the best at it ” he promises refusing to rest until he reaches the pinnacle of “comedy at its finest.”

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limit 10 per person
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$50.00
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Booth seats four people and includes a $50 food & beverage credit per ticket. Tax included. Gratuity excluded. Tickets must be purchased as a block of four.

$90.00

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This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

By purchasing tickets to this event, you are authorizing this charge and acknowledging our terms and conditions below. ALL SALES ARE FINAL, unless an event is cancelled by the artist or venue. There are no refunds, transfers or exchanges. There is a two item minimum purchase per person in the showroom. Any two item combination of food or beverage satisfies the minimum. Unless otherwise stated, there are no food or beverages included with your ticket purchase. All events are 21 years of age or older, unless otherwise stated in the event description. You must have a valid state or government issued photo ID to show proof of age. All seating is on a first come first served basis. For best seating, arrive early. In order to be seated, at least half of your party must be present. Under certain circumstances, we may not be able to seat your entire party together. Resale is not permitted and the venue has the right to cancel or deny entry to someone suspected of resale or suspected buyer of resold tickets. Venue reserves the right to resell tickets of any person/party that has not been seated by scheduled show time. No refunds will be issued. Valid Photo ID and the Credit Card used for the purchase must be presented to pick up tickets. Tickets will not be released to anyone other than the purchaser unless prior arrangements have been made. Venue is a non-smoking property. Vape pens are also prohibited. Management reserves the right to deny and refuse entry or remove parties that may be deemed a distraction to other guests. This includes those that may appear intoxicated or not abiding by venue policies. Upon entry of the Venue, you thereby and irrevocably grant the Venue owner, and its affiliates, subsidiaries, licensees, successors and assigns (collectively, “Owner”) the right to photograph, record, film and otherwise capture your image, voice and likeness and to own, license, assign and/or use the same (and/or any portion thereof) in perpetuity and throughout the world in any manner and/or medium including, without limitation, in connection with any productions, programming, advertising and promotion, subject in all respects to Owner’s sole discretion. Dress Code: Guests are asked to wear casual evening attire. Attire shall be deemed appropriate at the sole discretion of management. For security reasons, management reserves the right to search personal items and may request that personal belongings not be permitted into the venue. Photography, videography, filming or any recording during the show is strictly prohibited. Tickets prices and fees are “market-priced” and may fluctuate over time and at any time prior to a final purchase. By entering the venue, you acknowledge that the venue and its parent companies, affiliates or subsidiaries, are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property.

Lil Duval

Sat Apr 25 2020 7:00 PM

(Doors 5:30 PM)

Oxnard Levity Live Oxnard CA
Lil Duval

$40.00 - $90.00 Ages 21+

EVENT INFO:

There is a two-item minimum purchase requirement in the showroom for all guests. 

Seating is general admission, first-come, first-served, with the exception of groups and premium booths.

No cell phone use, photography or video recording is permitted during performances.

All sales are final.

MISCELLANOUS:

For group sales info, e-mail our Events Manager to learn about special menu options and reserved seating.

Additional questions may be addressed in our Frequently Asked  Questions.

For further assistance contact Oxnard Levity Live at 805.457.5550 or by e-mail.

Lil Duval

Lil Duval

Stand-up

Celebrities aren’t exactly pouring out of Jacksonville Florida but that’s only made Roland Powell’s grind more ferocious. Proclaiming himself “Lil Duval” after the county from which he hails he has literally put his home turf on his back as he touches every nook and cranny available with his special brand of humor.  

Some comedians work at making people laugh. Others just do. Born with the gift to make people laugh Lil Duval explains that for him “comedy was a natural thing. People always found me funny. It wasn’t that I was trying to be funny; they just found me funny.”

Participating in pep rallies in high school and other activities where all eyes were on him really kicked Lil Duval into high gear. The limelight just suited him and he wanted more. “I heard them screaming for me and I was like ‘oh yeah this is what I need to be doing ’” he smiles. “I knew I would be in entertainment because I felt like an entertainer.”   

Ultimately he envisioned himself on the big screen and particularly admired the work of Chris Tucker. That’s how he got into comedy actually. “I saw Chris Tucker on Friday and I was like ‘that’s what I want to do.’ Then I saw him on Def Comedy Jam so I was like ‘oh that’s the way you do it. You become a stand?up comedian and you’ll be in the movies.’ That’s how it started to build.”

Not one to waste time Lil Duval went right at it taking to the stage of Atlanta’s legendary Uptown Comedy Corner. Pretty soon he was a regular there as well as any other spots with a microphone and people ready to laugh. A hilarious 2001 performance at a contest in Oakland caught the attention of Cedric the Entertainer’s camp and Lil Duval was invited to hit the road with Cedric and four other comedians. That successful run on the road led to a featured spot on Cedric the Entertainer: Starting Lineup first televised and then released on DVD.  
During the tour Lil Duval developed his signature routine “Stalker’s Anthem (Bitch U Mine).” Set to Musiq Soulchild’s 2000 hit “Just Friends ” Lil Duval twists the original song which preaches about taking it slow and making the girl comfortable into a pressure?filled encounter at a club: “Girl I know this might sound strange/But let me know if I’m outta order steppin to you this way/See I been buying you drinks for a while/And I’ll let you know . . . . Bitch U Mine!”
A forever hustler Lil Duval stayed on the road slanging his brand of humor. Along the way he also released two underground comedy DVDs:  Dat Boy Funny (2003) and Put Your Hands on Me (2005).

Additionally he appeared in Three 6 Mafia’s Choices II: The Setup as well as hot videos like T.I.’s “Rubberband Man ” “24s ” “Whatever You Like” and Yung Joc’s “It’s Goin Down” and “Coffee Shop.”

Most recently he’s added Twitter to his campaign and regularly dispenses his thoughts via @lilduval as raw and witty as only he can. So much so that he now has over 600 000 followers. It’s Lil Duval’s abilityto ride the current and know what people want that keeps him winning. “I was always on the internet. It’s just like in the streets ” he explains. “When new dope comes out if you want to stay popping in the streets you go with the new dope. When people were still on MySpace I was popular on MySpace. I had like a 100 000 friends. The new thing is Twitter.”

Embracing the new is indeed a part of Lil Duval’s makeup but he prides himself most on staying true to himself. “I stay in my own lane. I don’t do what anybody else is doing. I try to do what I’m doing. I like to be the one that’s being followed instead of following someone else. There’s no blueprint to this shit so I mean when you follow somebody else’s blueprint just because it worked for them doesn’t mean it’ll work for you.”

That sense of originality is one of the reasons Lil Duval attracted the attention of hip-hop’s reigning king early on. A fan since 2001 when Duval first started wrecking stages T.I. didn’t hesitate later on to add Lil Duval to his label Grand Hustle’s comedy roster. "He's someone who says what everyone else is thinking and scared to say ” shares T.I. “He talks about life's most difficult and embarrassing moments. To take these things and find ways to make people laugh especially when folks see fit to cry is comedy at its finest."  

Duval can currently be seen on two MTV series Guy Code and Hip Hop Squares but he’s not done yet. “Everything that you can do and even more that hasn’t been done yet” is a serious goal for him. “Whatever it is the people want me to do I’m going to do it. And I’m going to be the best at it ” he promises refusing to rest until he reaches the pinnacle of “comedy at its finest.”

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Ages 21+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
Host-Escorted Seating
Standard Ticket
$40.00
VIP
Includes preferred seating
$50.00
Premium Booth
Booth seats four people and includes a $50 food & beverage credit per ticket. Tax included. Gratuity excluded. Tickets must be purchased as a block of four.
$90.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. By purchasing tickets to this event, you are authorizing this charge and acknowledging our terms and conditions below. ALL SALES ARE FINAL, unless an event is cancelled by the artist or venue. There are no refunds, transfers or exchanges. There is a two item minimum purchase per person in the showroom. Any two item combination of food or beverage satisfies the minimum. Unless otherwise stated, there are no food or beverages included with your ticket purchase. All events are 21 years of age or older, unless otherwise stated in the event description. You must have a valid state or government issued photo ID to show proof of age. All seating is on a first come first served basis. For best seating, arrive early. In order to be seated, at least half of your party must be present. Under certain circumstances, we may not be able to seat your entire party together. Resale is not permitted and the venue has the right to cancel or deny entry to someone suspected of resale or suspected buyer of resold tickets. Venue reserves the right to resell tickets of any person/party that has not been seated by scheduled show time. No refunds will be issued. Valid Photo ID and the Credit Card used for the purchase must be presented to pick up tickets. Tickets will not be released to anyone other than the purchaser unless prior arrangements have been made. Venue is a non-smoking property. Vape pens are also prohibited. Management reserves the right to deny and refuse entry or remove parties that may be deemed a distraction to other guests. This includes those that may appear intoxicated or not abiding by venue policies. Upon entry of the Venue, you thereby and irrevocably grant the Venue owner, and its affiliates, subsidiaries, licensees, successors and assigns (collectively, “Owner”) the right to photograph, record, film and otherwise capture your image, voice and likeness and to own, license, assign and/or use the same (and/or any portion thereof) in perpetuity and throughout the world in any manner and/or medium including, without limitation, in connection with any productions, programming, advertising and promotion, subject in all respects to Owner’s sole discretion. Dress Code: Guests are asked to wear casual evening attire. Attire shall be deemed appropriate at the sole discretion of management. For security reasons, management reserves the right to search personal items and may request that personal belongings not be permitted into the venue. Photography, videography, filming or any recording during the show is strictly prohibited. Tickets prices and fees are “market-priced” and may fluctuate over time and at any time prior to a final purchase. By entering the venue, you acknowledge that the venue and its parent companies, affiliates or subsidiaries, are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property.