The High Plains Comedy Festival has proven themselves to be one of the best produced fests of the year, and on December 22, they prove that they’re not just a seasonal team. Home for the Holidays brings back some fantastic Denver ex-pats to perform at the Bug Theater to raise money for the Theater and Denver’s Mental Health Center.
Denver has given birth to some unbelievable talent, and the line up is outstanding. The night promises to be one full of laughs for two very good causes.
Home for the Holidays Line-Up:
Adam Cayton-Holland (Those Who Can’t, Comedy Central Half Hour)
Chris Charpentier (Just For Laughs Festival, Fine Gentleman’s Club)
Dave Ross (Just For Laughs, SXSW)
Troy Walker (The Late Late Show, Uproarious)
Dan Soder (Billions, The Standups)
Cody Spyker (High Plains Comedy Festival, Crom Comedy Festival)
Home For The Holidays: A Fundraiser
Friday, December 22, 2017
The Bug Theatre
Denver, CO 80211
7:30pm Door/8:00 Show
$12 in advance; $15 at door
High Plains Comedy Festival is held each August in Denver, Colorado with title sponsor Illegal Pete’s, and High Plains has now expanded to presenting a select number of year-round shows. Founded in 2013 by Denver comedian/writer Adam Cayton-Holland, the Festival features a mix of local and national comics in venues throughout the city—with a special emphasis on the historic Baker neighborhood surrounding South Broadway. High Plains has quickly gained a reputation as one of the most talent-packed and fun-filled festivals in the country.