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What is SO Funny in Keystone?

So, you came to find out what is so funny in Keystone? It’s our Summer Comedy Series, of course! Warren Station has partnered with Comedy Works Denver to bring burgeoning and certified talent to the high country. Finally comedy returns, on Friday, June 17th, we kick off our Summer Comedy Series at Warren Station, and the shows continue monthly through September.

Summer Comedy Image of Comedian Allan Goodwin

June 17th

We kick off the summer comedy series with Allan Goodwin (AKA Badgerine). He connects with his audiences–getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives by relating to his own life experiences. He entertains a vast audience base, from a 100% clean comedy show including families to late-night R-rated Comedy Clubs. Audiences really relate to his persona – Badgerine – a hilarious look at life with ADD.

Summer Comedy Image of Long Haired Comedian John Novosad aka Hippieman

July 22nd

We are excited to welcome back John Novosad (AKA Hippieman) to Warren Station. John is a favorite at Denver’s Comedy Works; his disarming presence and sharp wit create a versatile and engaging performance every time! He grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and has performed in clubs, theatres, and bars across the country, for over 30 years.

Summer Comedy Image of Comedian Brent Gill

August 19th

Brent Gill is back for the summer comedy series to bring laughs to the mountains. Brent Gill is a Denver comedian now living in Los Angeles. While regularly touring the U.S. and Canada, he made his television debut on Viceland’s Flophouse followed by appearances on Hidden America with Jonah Ray and Jimmy Carr & the Science of Laughter on the BBC.

Summer Comedy Finale comedian Liz Miele wearing overalls

September 16th

We close out the summer comedy series with the hilarious Liz Miele. Liz Miele is an NYC comedian that has appeared on Comedy Central, FOX,  and NPR’s Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me. She regularly tours internationally and has three albums out on Spotify including her newest special, “Self Help Me.”  She also has a weekly podcast with comedian Maria Shehata called “2 Non Doctors.”

Guests must be 18 to enter, and not easily offended; because it’s comedy. . . lighten up. Doors for these shows are at 7pm, and the opener begins promptly at 8pm. After a 30-minute set, we have a “Belly Break” intermission for 15-minutes. Next, we ask everyone to settle in for a full hour of comedy from our headliner. Don’t get laughed out, get your tickets today.