All-star comedy at Casino

Train Wreck Comedy All-Stars
Lake City Casino
Friday June 27th - 8:30pm

Lake City Casino is the home for Train Wreck Comedy with two shows every month in the Gateway 21 showroom. The weather for this Friday is looking gloomy, but inside Lake City Casino they are calling for a 100% chance of laughter with two of the countries best comedians.

Chris Gordon
Calgary, AB

Chris Gordon has made a big impact as the top comedian on CBC’s So You Think You’re Funny?; to his break out performances at the Just For Laughs Festivals in Montreal and Toronto; in the Seattle International Comedy Competition; being featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing; and at UCB’s Comedy Death Ray show in Los Angeles.

His appeal is undeniable. Chris always delivers a dynamic interactive experience that is hilarious and unforgettable.

Sean Lecomber
Edmonton, AB

Sean Lecomber is a stand up comedian with a unique perspective.  His comedy is refreshingly based on words and story rather than movement and expression.  His interesting take on all topics under the sun will leave you in fits of laughter.  He tells the sort of jokes you remember and tell your friends.  According to Sean making people laugh is the only thing he's ever been good at.  And he is good. His clean and clever brand of humour will be more than enough to make people forget about the mediocre buffet.


  • Winner of the 2007 Just For Laughs “Home Grown” Competition
  • One Hour Comedy Now! airing on The Comedy Network and CTV
  • Ha! Comedy Festival airing on CBC
  • Comedy featured on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno
  • Comedy Short airing on The Comedy Network

Tickets at casino guest services
By phone (250) 860-9467
Online now by clicking here
(This show will sellout so don't wait)

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