Elvis Mujić (Moo-yee-CH) is a Bosnian-American stand up comedian. He produces The Socks & Undies Comedy Show, where audience member bring undergarments as their “cover charge”. Before COVID-19 Elvis conducted the Homeless Shelter Comedy Tour, performing at 90 shelters across America. If you see his van, there are likely donation sites set up around your city/town where you can drop off undergarments and hygiene products. Check @elviscomedy (IG) for a list and map of donation sites.
Between 2013-16, Elvis lived in a minivan and traveled to 47 states, practicing his own brand of guerrilla comedy.
Feel free to say hello!
Impromptu stand up comedy performance after obtaining permission from patrons and staff. It either goes great or ends as an embarrassing situation.
Despite what we see on TV and social media, America is full of kind, open-minded people that appreciate sincere effort and talent.
|June 12, 2020||Sock & Undies Show (6pm)||7136 US-41 Jasper, TN||Lunchbox, The Legend|
|June 19, 2020||Socks & Undies Show (9pm)||8227 Chapman Hwy, Knoxville, TN||The Chatterbox Tavern|
|June 20, 2020||Socks & Undies Show (7pm)||3820 Brained Rd, Chattanooga, TN||Mayo's Bar & Grill|
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- “Elvis Mujic” Jackson Free Press
- “Will work comedy for socks and underwear” Capitol Journal
- “Now You’re Talking With Marshall Ramsey” (Dec 16, 2019) NPR
- “Elvis Mujic, The Traveling Stand-Up Comedian Who Loves Performing at Shelters” Salvation Army
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