Warren Station Winter Comedy Series with Mike Stanley and Nathan Lund
December 20 @ 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. Mike Stanley, will headline the show with Nathan Lund serving as the opening act. Seating is all general admission, first come first serve.
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
Mike Stanley WRY, WITTY, CUNNING, AND CRASS Detroit native Mike Stanley is all of these things, but none, when put on paper, quite manage to serve the justice dealt by Stanley onstage. Yeah, he’s pretty hilarious, but more than just coarse anecdotes about life and sex, there’s an enviable amount of heart and warmth behind Stanley’s humor.
Given his penchant toward brutal honesty, spiced up with a healthy dose of insatiable wit, it’s not difficult to see why Stanley was named “Best Chicago Stand-up Comedian” in a People’s Choice poll done by the Chicago Reader and “Best Detroit Comedian” by HOUR Magazine.
Originally hailing from Motown, and after spending a decade honing his craft in the Windy City of Chicago, Mike tours constantly, both domestically and internationally. Don’t miss out on an incredible opportunity to catch the man in action – this high level of killer stand-up is too remarkable to sit out.
Nathan Lund is a Denver comedian with ten years on the force. He has performed all over the country and hopes to one day tell jokes on the moon. Nathan was a part of Funny or Die’s Oddball Comedy Fest, Crom Comedy Festival, the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, and the High Plains Comedy Festival. He has opened for many talented people, including Dave Chappelle, Doug Stanhope, and Kyle Kinane, and his weekly showcase Too Much Fun! has been a favorite of comedians and crowds alike for four years.