Comedian Madd Marv, who has 20 years in the game and has preformed on Def Comedy Jam, is bringing some of the funniest comedians around to make you laugh until it hurts.

Do not let a little pain to your funny bone stop you from coming out to the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza on Sunday, March 23, 1-5 p.m., as this show is to promote no-cost to low-cost health insurance.

“I’m going to talk about how important good healthcare is, especially if you can get it for a fraction of the cost,” Madd Marv said.

Madd Marv has his own style of making people laugh, and he’s going to keep it real.

“I don’t have jokes; I have problems that I like the share with people,” Madd Marv said.

The veteran comic is very appreciative of the work that President Barack Obama has done to insure that people who normally could not afford healthcare can now obtain coverage.

“He has made it possible for the person who needs healthcare, who couldn’t get it, to get it now,” Madd Marv said.

This show is family friendly, as the comedians will not use any profanity.

The goal of this show is to enroll young adults ages 21-31 who are not responding to current outreach and advertisements to sign up. Most of them will qualify for no-cost to low-cost insurance. New enrollees can choose from health insurance providers such as Blue Cross, LACARE, Health Net, Molina, Kaiser, and Anthem.

Tickets are free with proof of health insurance, or by enrolling in the health insurance plan. For ticket information, contact