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Richard Pryor’s daughter, Rain Pryor, headed to Denver for “4/20-friendly” comedy

Rain Pryor, daughter of legendary comedian Richard Pryor, will visit Denver on Feb. 28 for a weed-themed comedy and music show at Herman’s Hideaway.

Rain Pryor, daughter of legendary comedian Richard Pryor, will visit Denver on Feb. 28 for a weed-themed comedy and music show at Herman’s Hideaway.

Denver comics Chris Carlton and Cameron V. Humanity have been running their “Tits & Giggles” comedy/burlesque show at Herman’s Hideaway for about a year, but their Feb. 28 installment promises be their highest-profile one yet.

As part of their Sketchy Entertainment promotions, the pair will bring legendary comedian Richard Pryor’s daughter Rain Pryor to Herman’s for a “4/20-friendly” show sponsored by a raft of medical marijuana dispensaries and pot-industry companies.

The “Tits & Giggles IV” show will feature Rain — who’s also a comedian — along with Denver stand-up Brent Gill, comedy-pop band Ultra Sex Laser, music from Unique & Big n Low, the Midwest Family and the Circle, and burlesque from Triple D Debauchery.

The show, one of a wave of pot-friendly events sprouting up along the Front Range, will also feature booths from marijuana dispensaries, pipe and tobacco retailers and other companies “friendly to the 420 community vending and promoting products in accordance with local laws.”

Past “Tits & Giggles” events have featured Denver comedians Hippieman, Mitch Jones, Roger Norquist and Steve Vanderploeg.

Tickets for the show are on sale Dec. 20 via hermanshideaway.com for $25 (before Christmas) and $35 after Dec. 26. For registered medical marijuana patients, tickets are $10 with a $100 purchase at Advanced Medical Alternative dispensary locations.

Sketchy Entertainment is also offering a 21-and-up “420 Membership Deal,” which includes a $40 for ticket to “Tits & Giggles IV” and a two-month membership to iBake Denver, a “private membership head shop” that allows on-site pot use.

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John Wenzel is an A&E reporter and critic for The Denver Post. Follow him @johnwenzel.