Thursday July 14, 2022 7:00PM - Doors at 7:00, show starts at 8, arrive early for best seating, lineup subject to change
Bridge Street Bar - 304 Bridge St, Vail, CO 81657 - this venue and show are 21+, you must be 21 years or older to enter
Ben Roy: If you aren't familiar with Ben Roy, he's been taking comedy audiences by storm since 2004, bringing an unparalleled energy and unique voice to the stage. Often compared to Lewis Black or Bill Hicks due to his passionate, ranting approach, Roy has a style that is definitively his own. Roy cut his comedic teeth in Denver at the world famous Comedy Works. Since then, he has been selected to perform at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Just For Laughs Toronto, Just For Laughs Chicago, The New York Comedy Festival, Austin’s South by Southwest festival, and many more. Roy has been featured on HBO's Funny as Hell series; as well as on the Comedy Central shows Adam DeVine's House Party, Corporate, @midnight, and This Is Not Happening. Ben has also released four stand-up comedy albums and was listed as one of Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch. Along with fellow Denver Comedians Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl (who collectively perform as The Grawlix), Ben created, wrote, and starred in TruTV’s original scripted comedy series Those Who Can’t, which now has all three seasons available for streaming on HBOMax. He's also currently host of two popular podcasts, 97.9 The Rat Race on the All Things Comedy network and, along with Orvedahl and Cayton-Holland, The Grawlix Saves the World available on The Starburns Audio Network. In addition to stand-up comedy, acting, and podcasting, Roy is a prolific musician and the current lead singer of pop punk outfit SPELLS. Jacob Rupp: 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. Miriam Moreno: Once described as a “semi goth depressed Latina in a good way” Miriam pulls from her Mexican roots and turns it into dark humor. Living in Denver she can be seen all over and runs a monthly show at Westfax Brewery. Under her sketch moniker “Sweet Nothings” she has placed first at the Phone It In Film Festival several times for sketches. Mark Masters: Mark Masters lives in Colorado. He hosts and produces the monthly Vail Comedy Show as well as a weekly online showcase called the Comedy Test Kitchen. He was a quarter-finalist at the Antelope Valley Comedy Festival outside Los Angeles California and was named an official selection of the SnoJam Comedy Festival. You can buy the story of his comedy journey "Not Good Yet" almost anywhere books or audiobooks are sold. Learn more at www.markmasters.co and buy his merch here. He has headlined comedy clubs and open-mic'd many dive bars.