Seven Million Bikes Presents…


Ha Ha Hard Rock Show: Music AND Comedy 🤣 🎼 🎸


Our next show at Saigon’s top live venue, The Hard Rock Cafe Saigon, featuring three of Saigon’s top comics showcasing their musical comedy skills AND two of Saigon’s most fun musical acts – The Cards and A Saigon Band.


With their powers combined this is going to be one fun night!


1. 250k VND, includes a Super Bock Beer or soft drink
2. 400k, VIP Seating and two Super Bock Beers
Doors 7.30pm
Starts 8.30pm


Get there early for Happy Hour from 5pm to 8pm – 50% off all drinks (excluding bottles of spirits and wine)!


During Happy Hour…
25k Tiger
30k Heineken
50k Cocktails
And more!


Hosted by Thomas Pruchinski (USA)🇺🇸
Underemployed & over-educated, Tommy Pruchinski began frequenting stand-up comedy open mics in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, in the summer of 2016. He has since performed for horny backpackers and creepy expats in 7 countries and 4 continents and opened for international headlining comedians like Scott Agnew, Nik Coppin and Eddy Brimson. He’s a lovable reprobate, bursting with energy and a charming stage presence.


In order of Appearance


The Cards
The Cards play their own unique brand of free range acoustic skiffle pop.
Get ready to sing along to some of your favourite songs!


Niall Mackay
Inspired by his comedic hero, Billy Connolly, Niall performs regularly in Vietnam, hosting shows in Saigon as well as his podcast.
He’ll make you laugh at being a Scotsman abroad, life in Vietnam and anything else in between.
“Niall wins his audiences over with a charming presence and funny jokes and songs! He has a hilarious point of view as an expat and world traveler!” – JK Hobson


Wanye Westt
Gaining inspiration from Flight of the Conchords, Axis of Awesome and Tri-Pod, Wanye Westt combines music and comedy together, covering a range of topics including his love for Maccas, losing his virginity and getting down and dirty with your mother.


A Saigon Band
“A Saigon Band” is two people throwing together all the music they’ve loved from the past 50 yrs from any genre or era. Eóin on the geetar from Ireland. AJ croonin’ and kazooin’, straight outta Dirty Jerz. Bouncing around genres and dance floors.


Lil’ bit of crooners, funk, rock, folk, folk rock, made up stupid shit that sounds great somehow, blues, punk, pop, stand-up, Irish modern folk, yodeling, and three 80s classics..


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