Laugh with comedians
Updated On: Jan 15 2014 10:24:53 AM CST
The Allentown Brew Works' stand-up comedy showcase, Tickle me Tuesdays, has released its Feb. 4 and March 4 lineups.
The monthly show regularly features local talent alongside professional, national touring comics.
The show will be held at 8:00 p.m. in the Allentown Brew Works' High Gravity Lounge.
Reservations are available by calling 610.433.7777.
Admission will cost $8 taken at the door beginning at 7: 00 p.m.
Advance tickets are not currently available.
Tickle Me Tuesday Spotlight Showcase takes place on the first Tuesday of every month.
The Allentown Brew Works is located at 812 Hamilton Street in Allentown.
Free parking is available on all surrounding streets, including Hamilton, 8th and 9th, anytime after 6:00 p.m.
There is also a free parking lot available off of 8th Street between Hamilton and Linden Streets.
The entrance to the Brew Works is less than 50 yards from that lot. For more information, please visit theBrewWorks.com.
February 4th 2014
Headliner: Joe Pontillo
The Featured Guest comedian is: Anthony Acquaviva
Also performing in our Showcase Spotlight is: Ryan Marley, Nate Marshal, Ian Webster, and Kevin Botch
The Host is: Andy Malafarina
March 4th 2014
Headliner: Tommy Pope
The Featured Guest comedian is: Tyler Rothrock
Also performing in our Showcase Spotlight is: Shelly Lee, Brandon Strohl, Lemaire Lee
The Host is: Steven Bost
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