Best Local Comedian: Jenn Weeks

January 25, 2023
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Best Local Comedian: Jenn Weeks

Knock Knock

Who’s there?

Jenn.

Jenn who?

Jenn Weeks, Jacksonville’s best local comedian! 

Although, She is not only a comedian but the official host of the LOL JAX Film Festival, creator of Comedy Cookout Jax and co-creator of Laugh-n-Lyrics. Weeks has traveled the country performing with some of America’s most beloved stand-up comedians. Her high energy, relatable material and stage presence pulls the audience in and keeps them there. 

When Weeks is not spreading laughter, she is spreading love. For the last 5 years, Weeks has hosted a charity/donation event called Blessing Bags. Every year, Weeks collects donations of travel-sized items such as socks, chapstick, deodorants, and kleenex to donate to the homeless community in Jacksonville. 

This is not the first year Weeks has been crowned best local comedian by the city of Jacksonville. Her city loves her just as much as she loves it.- Carmen Macri 

Since a young age, Carmen Macri knew she wanted to be a writer. She started as our student intern and has advanced to Multi-media Journalist/Creative. She graduated from the University of North Florida and quickly found her home with Folio Weekly. She juggles writing, photography and running Folio’s social media accounts.

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