Thursday June 23, 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
Damon Sumner: Damon Sumner has been bringing laughter to people’s lives even before he held a mic on a stage. He has continued to hone his craft and every time he touches the stage, he delivers hilarious stories about his upbringing, and witty, high-energy observations of everyday life. Since starting standup in Atlanta, Damon has shared the stage with numerous headliners, like Iliza, Brent Morin, Todd Glass, Sarah Tiana, George Wallace, and so many more. He can be seen on The Weather Channel’s “Weather Gone Viral”, EPIX’s “Unprotected Sets, and heard on Sirius XM. He co-hosts the hilarious podcast, “Forth and Ten”, created the YouTube Channel “BETTER DAD” and runs shows all-around the ATL. In 2012, Damon toured China for a year and was a part of the team that opened the first full-time mainland comedy club in China, Kungfu Comedy Club. Damon has also performed in illustrious comedy festivals around the U.S. including the Dallas Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival, Out Of Bounds Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Comedy Festival and was a semi-finalist for the American Black Film Festival's Comedy Wings Competition, sponsored by HBO. If you didn’t know, he’s about to become your new, favorite comic. Elise Kerns: Elise Kerns is a Denver-based comedian who has been hailed as "extremely hilarious" by Wende Curtis, owner of Comedy Works, and commended by Dan Savage for “absolutely killing it” when she opened for his live, sold-out Savage Lovecast recording at the Oriental Theater. You’ve seen her as a recurring guest on the J.A.G.U.A.R. Morning Show, on live feeds with Josh Blue and acting in sketches. She’s performed for sold out crowds at the world famous Comedy Works, the historic Rialto Theater in Loveland, CO, the Oriental Theater in Denver, CO and Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, and hundreds of other shows in Colorado and beyond. She hosted and produced a successful showcase at Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox for two years and recently became the host of a monthly show at Rise Comedy. Her comedian father is quoted in the Denver Post newspaper saying he'd rather she be a stripper than a stand-up comic. Fingers crossed she continues to disappoint him. Noah Reynolds: Noah Reynolds is a stand up comedian based in Denver, CO. He was the runner up in the 2019 Comedy Works New Faces competition. He has performed on The Chief Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, and that’s about it as far as festivals. Noah has also opened for comedians Sam Tallent and Josh Blue. Other stuff? Well, he hasn’t done much work on the road, and has absolutely zero tv credits to speak of. His podcast “Chicken and The Nuggets” was recently acquired by The Basketball Podcast Network and received a DraftKings sponsorship. He can be followed on Instagram @officialnoahreynolds 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.