The Set NYC Hosts PimComedy on New Year’s Eve

If you’re looking for something different to do this New Year’s Eve in the city, consider PimComedy – an incredibly fun event that’s a bit offbeat and raises awareness for some important causes, too. The bright idea of multi-faceted artist Pim, The Set NYC hosts its annual PimComedy event on December 31st. It will be a night of art, fashion, networking, comedy, love, and joy.

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It’s about opening your heart and mind to new experiences and opportunities, Pim says. It’s also a great way to spend New Year’s Eve if you don’t already have plans. The show has gotten great reviews from many in the city too.
The show was awesome! I had a great time, and the people were incredible. It was honest and vulnerable,” said one guest. Another reviewer wrote, “Shout out to PimComedy for not only one of the weirdest art shows I’ve ever been to, but also one of the realest.”

Pim started The Set NYC in 2008 in an effort to raise more awareness for child trafficking, something he saw a real need for at the time. The Set NYC has since created books to help empower youth, passed bills, and currently work with trafficking survivors to learn new skills for survival in the future. The fashion, comedy, and art shows have only grown more popular, since they simultaneously raise awareness about important issues that are far too often overlooked in today’s world. The event on December 31st is a story of hope, community, creativity and purpose. The main issues that the event raises awareness for are homelessness, child trafficking, hunger, and poverty. The founder says, “As a person of faith, I want to bring hope to these situations. While there’s darkness, sadness and grief in the world, there is also love and joy. This is a city of hope and we hope to bring this to light during the event.”

What better way to ring in the New Year than having fun, taking in some artwork, networking with creatives in a colorful atmosphere, and doing good at the same time? Grab your ticket PimComedy now before it’s too late.