Comedy Works all stars come to Silverthorne Pavilion for Valentine’s Day
If you go
What: Valentine’s Comedy
When: Friday, Feb. 14. Doors open at 7 p.m., and show begins at 8
Where: Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway
Cost: Individual tickets are $12 in advance or $18 at the door; advance-purchase tables of four ($48) and eight ($96) also are available
More information: Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Silverthorne Recreation Center or by calling (970) 262-7370. Learn more at silverthornepavilion.org.
The Silverthorne Pavilion will present its annual Valentine’s Comedy on Friday, Feb. 14, featuring national headliner James P. Connelly, with special guest and “funniest comedian in Denver” Steve Gastinaeu.
Connelly’s captivating and intelligent humor will have you laughing, while this wicked smart, Harvard-educated comedian keeps you entertained. Connelly has hosted VH1’s “Movie Obsessions,” has made numerous appearances on HBO and Comedy Works and is a regular on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom” radio show. Connelly also is known around the country as one of the most played comedians on the Sirius XM Comedy Channels.
“We have worked with Comedy Works over the years to bring these great Valentine’s Comedy shows to town and are pleased to continue to grow the relationship,” said Blair McGary, pavilion and marketing coordinator for the town of Silverthorne. “We like being able to provide our local community with the opportunity to see a larger name act here in Silverthorne, as opposed to having to drive to Denver.”
Reserved tables of eight and four are available for purchase in advance, as well as individual tickets.
“So often we hear, ‘I don’t have a date,’ or ‘I’d love to go with a group of friends,’ and we really want to encourage people to do that,” McGary said. “This is not just a couples’ comedy show. It really is something for everyone.”
To purchase tickets, call (970) 262-7370. Event details are available online at silverthornepavilion.org.
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