The Pump and Dump “Band of Mothers” national tour
March 1, 2017
Wednesday, March 1st the Improv in West Palm Beach, FL is proud to present The Pump and Dump “Band of Mothers” national tour. After three sold-out national tours, The Pump and Dump Show is back by popular demand with their notorious event filled with irreverent humor, original music, games, prizes, and a cathartic night away from the kids.
The Pump and Dump Show is a one-of-a-kind, interactive, live production designed as the ultimate respite for parents everywhere. Since its conception (pardon the pun) in Denver, Colorado in 2012, this event has become wildly popular and the perfect reason for moms to gather their #BREEDER friends, celebrate a mom-to-be or treat an exhausted girlfriend to her first night out postpartum. Original music includes songs like “Parental Lovin’,” “If Daddies Made Milk,” and “Eat Your F—ing Food.” Audience members (affectionately referred to as BREEDERS) play games like "Cervix Says" and "The Most F-ed Up Thing My Kid Has Done” to win bottles of wine and other fantastic prizes from local and national sponsors. The Pump and Dump Show’s 2017 Band of Mothers Tour continues its mission to spread mom karma, give high fives and uplift and encourage moms coast to coast.
The Pump and Dump Show is produced, written and hosted by lifelong friends and comedians Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee who created the show in the throws of new-parenthood, feeling like moms just needed a night out and a cocktail. Four years later, the duo is embarking on their 4th national tour and have a Pump and Dump TV show in development with Triage Entertainment. Their music videos, memes and online commentary have gained national and international popularity. Ferm and Tee have been featured in Parents Magazine, on Scary Mommy, Daily Mail, Huffpost Parents, Popsugar Moms, TheBump.com, Baby Rabies and The Jenny McCarthy Show.
“Tracey and Shayna dared to take an unflinching look at the reality of raising small children. I laughed throughout the entire show and found myself struggling to catch my breath. The Pump and Dump offered me a lifeline. It was honest. It was raw. And it was damn funny.” – Billy Kilgore (Stay at Home Dad, Writer) on Scary Mommy
“If you are lucky enough to be in or near a city they are coming to, I 100% recommend getting tickets and taking as many friends as you can. There is so so so much to die laughing at.” – Jill Krause, Baby Rabies (www.babyrabies.com)
“I had an absolute BLAST seeing the Pump and Dump last night with friends. If their show comes to your area, I HIGHLY recommend going. It’s a great hour-and-half to laugh with other moms.” – Jamie Grayson, The Baby Guy (@thebabyguynyc)