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$20 in advance, $25 at the door

Headshot of Todd Ness, a blond man with short hair and a wide grin, wearing a white T-shirt.Headliner: Todd Ness
Todd Ness has quickly become one of the top stand up comedians in Canada. He has headlined clubs across the country including Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, Ottawa and seemingly everywhere in-between. His ability to deliver smart, funny and original material earned him a prestigious spot on Canada's largest comedy radio program, CBC's Laugh Out Loud. He has opened for some of the biggest names in comedy including Bryan Callen, Theo Von, Doug Stanhope and SNL’s Sasheer Zamata. He is also the winner of Yuk Yuk's 2014 funniest comedian competition which featured a starting roster of over 100 comedians.

Photo of a man holding a microphone to his mouth. He has short brown hair and wears a black shirt.

MC: Steve Taddy
Steve is a Calgary comedian originally from Vancouver. His carefully crafted jokes take an eccentric world view, examining a variety of topics from family life and animals, to a deep disdain of pseudoscience. Steve's comedy challenges the audience to question why the world is how it is, and how it's possible he's managed to have a successful marriage. He has toured all over Western Canada and was featured in Calgary's inaugural Craft Island Comedy Festival.

 

 

A man wearing glasses, holding a microphone to his mouth. He wears a brown jacket over a black shirt.Featuring Bryan Moxon
Bryan Moxon is a comedian who started touring across Western Canada shortly after beginning his comedic quest. You may recognize him from the short film entitled ‘Berlin Castro’ which premiered at the Calgary International Film Festival in 2020. He has performed for Yuk Yuks, Craft Island Comedy, was the Lethbridge Roast Battle Champion as well as a finalist in the FunnyFest comedy competition. A rising star in the Canadian scene, prepare to delight at his unique style of comedy.
 

*RATED R, 18 years and older

Event type
Theatre/Concert
Contact
Okotoks Culture & Heritage