Comedian Carlos Mencia Confirms Shows at The Wilma and ELM

Comedian, Carlos Mencia, will bring his No Hate No Fear Tour to Montana in Fall 2023, performing at The Wilma in Missoula on Friday, November 10th and The ELM in Bozeman on Saturday, November 11th. Both shows will feature support from Bozeman-based comedian Charlie Mulluk.

Carlos Mencia was the host of the popular Comedy Central show Mind of Mencia from 2005 to 2008. He’s also released several comedy albums and is fresh off the release of his brand new special, Here I Am on Roku. The new special showcases his trademark energy, sharp wit, and impeccable timing. From social commentary to personal anecdotes, Mencia’s material is smart, edgy, and always on point.

Don’t miss the laughs — sign up for the Groove presale and grab your tickets early!

Tickets/Event Details

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows are available at the Top Hat box office, The ELM box office, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Visit the specific event page below for tickets and more info.

About Carlos Mencia

Comedian Carlos Mencia is best known for his raw and unfiltered style of comedy, which he has showcased to great success on comedy stages, and in television shows and movies.  He has recently gone back to his comedic roots on his No Hate No Fear comedy tour, sharing his newest material with smaller, more intimate audiences. As a comedian who finds the hilarious irony in both the day-to-day and the newsworthy events, Carlos is never lacking in material; he recently shot two stand-up specials due out later this year.   Carlos will also reprise his role as Felix Boulevardez in Disney+’s “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder,” the revival of the groundbreaking animated series “The Proud Family.”  The show is heading into its second season.

Mencia comes from a humble background, born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the 17th of 18 children. His parents sent him to the United States when he was three months old, where he was raised in the Maravilla Projects in Los Angeles by his aunt and uncle. In his early teens, Mencia moved back to Honduras.  When Mencia returned to Los Angeles, he showed such educational prowess that he pursued a career in engineering.  But an amateur night at the world-renowned Laugh Factory comedy club would change his path, and a career in comedy began.  He became a regular at The Comedy Store, performing nightly. After he found success on the Los Angeles comedy circuit, Mencia was named International Comedy Grand Champion from Buscando Estrellas (the Latin version of Star Search), eventually landing on shows such as “In Living Color,” “The Arsenio Hall Show,” and “An Evening at the Improv.” Continue reading…