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Casino doubles down on comedy show

For the past four years Train Wreck Comedy has truly become Kelowna’s own stand-up comedy show, filling a void that was left when Yuk Yuks closed its doors at the Capri Centre mall in 2010. Train Wreck Comedy wasted no time becoming Kelowna’s number one stand-up comedy show and it continues to be the most recognizable name in town when it comes to stand-up comedy.

After selling out every show at Lake City Casino in 2013 and tired of turning away people who waited too long to buy tickets, Train Wreck Comedy and Lake City Casino have finally added a second All-Star comedy show each month. It all starts this Friday, February 28th

March show dates will be Friday, March 14th and Friday, March 28th.

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Train Wreck Comedy All-Stars
Friday February 28th - 8:30pm
Lake City Casino

Daryl Makk - Daryl has been performing stand-up since 1993 and is the creator of The Planet Tour. You may have seen his comedy special on CTV and he is currently working on a book of short stories based on his on-road adventures.

Jy Harris – Jy has appeared at the Just For Laughs Festival and he also has his own one-hour special on CTV. Acting highlights range from a recurring role as a failed porn star on 'The Jerry Springer Show' to the comedic lead in the Netflix cult hit 'Bong Of The Dead'.

Tickets at casino guest services or call (250) 860-9467
Buy tickets online here.


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