You have the power to combat winter’s chill with body-warming, gut-busting laughs throughout Kingsmill’s Comedy Weekend, January 27-28, 2017. On Friday and Saturday night, a lineup of some of the nation’s funniest comics will perform live to keep you hilariously entertained and rolling in the aisles. Don’t miss out on all the LOLs and ROTFLs delivered during these two family-friendly shows-seating is limited at this time so book today!
Shows run from 8PM to 10:15PM each night, with doors opening at 7:30PM. This will be reserved table seating, and a full bar and limited food menu will be available. Package includes:
Packages available starting at $99/person based on double occupancy! Individual (non-packaged) Friday night tickets available for $39/person; Saturday night tickets available for $49/person. Package not available with other discounts or promotions, or for groups.
Our host for both Friday and Saturday night’s performances, this Ohio farm boy, turned airline mechanic, turned comic, is becoming one of the comedy industry’s rising stars. In 2012, Sid finally made his debut on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio show and was an immediate hit. He now is a regular and anticipated guest. In early 2014, the audiences at the San Luis Obispo Comedy Festival voted Sid Davis “Best in Fest” for the third consecutive. A week later, comedy legend Joan Rivers, looking for an opening act, viewed Sid’s clip and told her manager, “He’s terrific! I want him!” Sid’s volatile combination of A.D.D., needless curiosity, imagination and a wavering ego are the fuel for his side splitting tales. You will be howling and understand why his grade school teacher wife views him as a child left behind.
Tony Deyo is a comedian known most notably for his sharp, quick material and near-perfect comedic timing almost certainly gained from his years as a professional symphony musician. New York City’s Village Voice calls him “one of the tightest joke writers in the business.”
In 2013, he made his late night television debut on CONAN. Within a year, he had added appearances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, and Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen. His latest album, Comedy Road Trip, landed on the Billboard Magazine comedy charts, and debuted as the #1 selling stand-up album on iTunes.
He performed at the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, was named one of the year’s best by the New York Post, and can be heard regularly on SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
She’s a 6’2 southern ex-trucker, cab driver, baseball mascot, pooper-scooper & charm school graduate! But don’t let that fool you! Julie Scoggins is one of the funniest comedians, male or female, on the circuit today!
She has shared the stage with such talents as: Jackie Mason, Michael Winslow, Bob Goldthwait, Louie Anderson and many, many more.
Pete Lee’s comedy is candy coated with a dash of mean. Pete mixes cutting punch lines with an underdog perspective to absolutely roast himself on stage. His likable style and self-deprecating humor have made him one of the hottest acts today. He made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend.
Since then, he has been a standout at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. His comedy CD Gasmoney plays in regular rotation on XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. He is a regular on the Bob and Tom radio show. Recently, he was selected as a semi-finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, filmed his own Comedy Central Presents special and played a doctor on CBS’ As the World Turns. His growing popularity placed him 12th out of the top 100 comedians in Comedy Central’s Standup Showdown.
Pete has also proved that his humor transcends demographic boundaries by winning Country Music Television’s Next Big Comic. Most recently, Pete created a web show called Unsportsmanlike Conduct, which attracted the attention of the NFL. This earned Pete a role in an upcoming pilot on the NFL Network titled After Further Review.
If you haven’t heard of Pete Lee yet, prepare to tell other people.
Joe Larson, son of a working comedian, started comedy at an early age and has always had a knack for making light of any situation. At 20 he really began to seriously pursue stand-up, comedy acting and improv as a potential career when he was chosen “College Comedian of the Year” at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. Then the Seattle born and raised Comedian decided he didn’t have enough traffic, smog, and pastrami in his life so he moved to New York City. “I realized that my dream of being the first person on the cover of “O Magazine” other than Oprah wasn’t going to happen on its own.”
Working the comedy circuit on the east coast, Larson found early success. He was nominated “Best Up-And-Coming Comedian” at the NYC MAC Awards, and was a finalist in both the prestigious Johnny Carson Great American Comedy Festival and the well-respected Boston Comedy Festival.
Joe Larson has an irreverent, intelligent style that gets to appeals to … well…. everybody. He says it’s because he just doesn’t care. The only things he cares about are his wife, his child, his hometown, his new town, his mother, his father, his audience and most importantly making people laugh. From a colleges to comedy clubs, Joe has been funny everywhere. And he will do his damnedest to continue entertaining the masses.
With three Comedy Central specials, an appearances on The Tonight Show, The View, VH1, MTV and becoming a finalist in Last Comic Standing, Louis has now set his sights on the globe. He just finished a 40 country world tour that took him to Mumbai, Hong Kong, London, Dubai and Johannesburg. His standup routine could be seen in over 170 movie theaters across the United Kingdom in “The Comedy Store, Raw and Uncut.” A favorite at comedy festivals worldwide, Louis recently won the 2014 Gilda’s LaughFest Audience Favorite Clean Comedy Award!
A former truck driver and dock worker from the south side of Chicago, Rocky LaPorte has been doing stand-up comedy for the past 26 years. A store manager on his delivery route suggested he try comedy because he always made her laugh, and the rest is history.
LaPorte was a top 5 finalist on season 8 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and has appeared on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Showtime’s “Godfathers of Comedy,” A&E’s “Evening at the Improv,” VH1’s “Stand-Up Spotlight” and “The Very Funny Show,” and “Just for Laughs” on TBS. He had his own half-hour special on Comedy Central, and has opened for Louie Anderson, Garry Shandling, Drew Carey and Tim Allen. On the big screen, LaPorte can be seen with Allen in “Shaggy Dog” and “Crazy on the Outside,” which Allen also directed. He also appeared in “Patriot Act: A Jeffrey Ross Home Movie.”
His television credits include “Cheers,” “The Pat Sajak Show” and “The Magic Hour.” LaPorte is a father of four and grandfather of 10.