Military, Veterans, Medical Personnel and College Students get their first drink free... Every time!
(No food or outside drinks allowed during the show)
Pierre Douglas was raised in Minneapolis, MN and being funny on Twitter is what lead him to pursue standup comedy in 2012. Since then, Pierre has opened for comedians such as Darnell Rawlings, Ali Siddiq, and Taylor Williamson from “America’s Got Talent”. Mr. Douglas’s greatest accomplishment to date is opening his own comedy club with fellow Twin Cities comedians Brandon Riddley & Bruce Williams. That comedy club be the hosting venue for Kevin Hart's Comedy Central show "Hart of The City”.
Born and raised in Woodbury, Minnesota, James Stanley started comedy in 2013 at just 16! A few years later, Stanley was hired at Acme Comedy Company where he is now a regular feature. James has opened for names in the comedy world such as Sean Patton, Stavros Halkias, Dusty Slay, Geoffrey Asmus, Nimesh Patel, and more. James has been featured in the yearly write up for 2021 Comics to Watch MN and was a semi finalist in the ‘Funniest Person in MN Contest’ in 2018. In 2022 James was featured in the Twin Cities Dispatch about his rising career in comedy. James is continuing to travel more and more of the country and go as far as he can as a stand up comedian.
James also hosts a popular Sunday open mic at Laugh Camp Comedy in St. Paul, MN every week.
Trevor Anderson is a Wisconsin born, Minneapolis based stand up comedian who has been making a name for himself throughout the Midwest over the past decade. His intelligent and charmingly enthusiastic approach to comedy helps him connect with and entertain any audience. Quick wit and clean, quirky takes on everyday observations and family life make Trevor’s comedy widely accessible, yet completely one of a kind.
Daryl Horner is a Twin Cities based comedian who originally hails from Fort Rucker, Alabama.
With over 30 years of stand up under his belt, Horner was once described by comedic legioned, late Ralphie May as "The funniest weed dealer I've ever seen!". The irony is, Horner isn't a dealer of anything but jokes!