Winter Comedy Series with Jacob Rupp & Stephen Agyei
December 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm$20 – $25
Warren Station and Comedy Works (Denver) continue to bring laughs to the high country! Join us at Keystone Resort and learn what it means to have a bellyache. That’s right, our comedians will leave you in stitches, (not literally).
Tonight’s opener, Jacob Rupp will loosen up the crowd for headliner, Stephen Agyei. Is there a better way to end a day on the slopes than with some hilarious entertainment in the village with your friends and family? Only with one of our legendary cocktails served thru the entire event! Don’t get “laughed” out!
Tickets start at $20.00. Doors are at 7:00pm, show starts promptly at 8pm. Please arrive prior to 8pm as to not disrupt the show. We will take a quick 15-minute “Belly Break” intermission following the opening comedian, Jacob Rupp. Get a drink, grab your seat and settle in for 1 full hour of comedy with the headliner Stephen Agyei.
All attendees must be at least 18 years old.
ABOUT OUR COMEDIANS:
Jacob Rupp has been featured on the Border City, Savage Henry, and High Plains comedy festivals. You may have heard his bits on Comedy 103.1 or seen him at Comedy Works, where he was a winner at the clean comedy contest and a two-time finalist in the prestigious New Faces contest.
Jacob has a podcast “Chicken and The Nuggets”, where he and Noah Reynolds eat chicken and talk about the Denver Nuggets. The podcast recently got a DraftKings sponsorship, so even if you do not see Jacob do comedy, make sure to use promo code “TBPN” at DraftKings.
Stephen Agyei has the whitest teeth in Denver. One of the city’s most sought-after comedians shines as brightly as his mischievous smile, not to mention a style described as “calculated fearlessness.” A regular at Comedy Works, Stephen has opened for some of the most prominent comedians in the country. The Limestone Comedy Festival alum (2016) has toured internationally in South Korea, and was hand picked by Duncan Trussell to open for his most recent “I am God” tour (2016). Stephen was introduced to a national audience thanks to his TV debut on VICELAND’s Flophouse (2016), as well as being featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered”(2016) with Roy Wood Jr. A finalist in the 2012 Gret American Comedy Festival, winner of the 2012 Comedy Works’ Clean Comedy Contest,’ and 3-time finalist in the venue’s New Faces contest, he quickly made a name for himself on the Denver scene.