Dave Chappelle throwing another epic party in Yellow Springs this weekend

D-Nice promises: “the best musical experiences of your life.”

UPDATE: Tickets for both showings of Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint in Yellow Springs this weekend are SOLD OUT. Tickets were gone within 15 minutes. 

Comedian Dave Chappelle is ready to rip down the barn in Yellow Springs, again.

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Tickets went on sale on Thursday, May 24, 2018, for Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint in Yellow Springs and sold out within 15 minutes.

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 28: Comedian Dave Chappelle speaks onstage during the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NARAS)) (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NARAS)

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Few details are on for the party to feature D-Nice and Fred Yonnet and The Band With No Name. 

Tickets went for $100 for the baler area (premium admission), $70 for the homestead area (general admission) and $25 for the barn yard (lawn only).

D-Nice posted about it on his fan page promising “the best musical experiences of your life.” 

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Chappelle had his first Juke Joint in Yellow Springs in 2015. He has since had similar bashes all around the country. 

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By all accounts, it was a party to remember the last time Chappelle, who lives near Yellow Springs, threw a two-day Juke Joint  in October 2016 at the Barn On Whitehall Farms/ Tecumeh Land Trust, 4625 US 68 in Yellow Springs.

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In 2016, both parties sold out, and a who's who of nationally known celebrities showed up to party down.

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Local residents danced the house down with a list of celebs that included rappers, Talib Kweli and Q-Tip, CBS News' Gayle King, actor Bradley Cooper, model/actress Naomi Campbell, comedian Donnell Rawlings and magician David Blaine. 

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