Tickle your funny bone this weekend at the Giggles and Glee Weekend hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

This Friday, students are encouraged to grab some friends and head to the Cave at 8:30 p.m. for a night full of laughter and fun.

There will be something for everyone to enjoy in the Cave on Friday night: A photo booth for fun and creative pictures, a drag bingo/show that will bring sass and class served with fierceness that is sure to entertain all, karaoke to sing your heart out and free food.

Musical act Jae Marie, an urban/pop R&B artist with a style relating to Rihanna, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys and Kelly Rowland, will be preforming Friday night to bring an electric energy to the evening. She was selected as a BET VIP artist for the BET experience at LA LIVE in 2013, and it’s likely that her energized dance-filled performance will leave you astonished and wanting more.

Students can experience all of these events and many more activities throughout the night.

On Saturday evening, comedian Dave Coulier, best known as “Joey” from the hit ABC television series “Full House,” will be preforming a comedy showcase in the D.P. Culp University Center Auditorium at 7 p.m.

Coulier was nominated for the TV Land Award in 2004 and is currently starring on the Netflix series “Fuller House.”

Doors open at 6 p.m. for students with student IDs, and the general public will be allowed in at 6:30 p.m. This event is free to anyone wanting to attend.

Midterms are right around the corner, and this is a great way to forget about all the stress that has accumulated over the semester.

It’s good to take a break every now and then and let yourself relax and have some fun. It keeps you sane.

This is why freshman Maeson Stewart is hoping to attend.

“Starting college has been a major change in life and especially stressful,” Stewart said.

“This weekend would be a great opportunity to relax and clear my mind so I can get recharged and tackle the coming weeks full-steam ahead.”

“Buctainment works hard to bring events like these to students free of charge,” she said, “and it’s something to definitely take advantage of.”