Date: Thursday, March 5th
Tickets: $15 night of event OR $50 VIP front row seats (entree & 2 drinks) Contact James Marvin (434)610-3932
Headliner: J Bliss
Bio: J Bliss has always had a knack for capturing an audience’s attention with some quick witted humor. J Bliss’ style deals with everyday observations and personal experiences in which he chooses to find the humor. His performances have simply been described as “Hilarious” and he is a definite “Crowd Favorite”. Recent awards include “Fan Favorite” award at the $10K Comedy Competition, Finalist at the Boston Comedy Festival and Winner of North Carolina’s Funniest Person. Since his start he has shared stages with comedians like Sinbad, Eddie Griffin, DeRay Davis, Corey Holcomb, Josh Blue and Rodney Perry.
Opening act: Ben Jones
Bio: Ben Jones got his first laughs as a child who dreamed of being a circus clown. Although an odd path it was obvious he was a born performer. As he grew older and endured the cruel reality that is life, he ditched his backup plan of culinary school and began seriously pursuing a career in stand-up comedy. Flash forward over a decade and you’ll find this well respected and hardworking comic on the road crisscrossing the country and making fans in every town he visits. Ben’s show is a nonstop ride, full of energy and outlandish subject matter. Crowds instantly fall in love with his jovial demeanor, infectious smile, and relatable material. His likability is paralleled by very few in the biz. Audiences rave about his strong writing ability and commitment to delivery.He details his adventures on the road as a comic, his long-standing beef with normalcy and his life at home married to a woman who busts his balls at every turn. Ben Jones can bring the laughs in any situation, whether clean or dirty he can tailor his show to suit any audience he’s put in front of. He’s performed in 24 States in some of the best comedy venues America has to offer. He’s shared the stage with Rob Schneider, Bob Saget, Adam Devine, Jon Reep, Maria Bamford and a long list of others. When it comes to being a true comic, Ben is without question “The Real Deal.” Catch him onstage, before he’s on your TV.