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Warren Station Winter Comedy Series with John Novosad and Aaron Urist

November 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

$15 – $20

Warren Station Winter Comedy Series

Warren Station and Comedy Works (Denver) have partnered to bring comedy back to the high country this winter! Join us to witness some of the top comics in Colorado right in your backyard of Keystone. John Novosad, aka Hippieman will headline the show with Aaron Urist serving as the opening act.

Seating is all general admission, first come first serve. All attendees must be at least 18 years old.

Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 day of event

Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 7:30pm

comedian John Novosad's headshot

John Novosad

John Novosad is a stand-up comedian based out of the Comedy Works in Denver, Colorado. John grew up in Boulder, Colorado. He’s performed in clubs, theatres and bars across the country for over thirty years.

Making his network television debut on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, John followed that up with a second performance on the Ferguson show. He’s also appeared on Bryon Allen’s nationally syndicated Comedy.TV. John has toured extensively over the years and continues to do so. A favorite at Denver’s Comedy Works, John’s disarming presence and sharp wit create a versatile and engaging performance every time!

John’s credits include, Bridgetown Comedy Festival – 2017, Big Sky Comedy Festival (2nd Place) – 2017.  John has also performed at the Comedy Exposition in Chicago, the High Plains Comedy Festival in Denver and the Aspen Laff Fest.  Winning the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in 2016 and the Laughlin Laugh Festival in 2015 are additional career highlights.

 

comedian Aaron Urist's headshot

Aaron Urist

Aaron Urist is a Denver based comedian, writer, and co-owner of a Subaru outback. During his time in comedy, he has quickly gone from nice Jewish boy to frequenting open mics to headlining local shows. Now he gets to perform at prestigious clubs, theatres, and indie venues across the nation, such as Denver’s Comedy Works, the Hollywood Improv, and the Nerdmelt Theatre. His own show, Crush City, which he runs with fellow Denver comic Jordan Doll, features some of the best performers from Denver and beyond. He’s a regular performer on the High Plains Comedy Festival, and has opened for many of the best comics in the country, such as Kyle Kinane, Ron Funches, TJ Miller, the members of the Grawlix, and others. He does not have a podcast, a fact about which he is very proud.

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