RANGELY | The Rangely Elks Lodge is at it again. Last month they introduced Rangely to their first annual Brewfest and in the month of July they have scheduled a comedy night for July 27 at 7 p.m. at the Lodge. The event is for the public—21 years old and up—and costs $10 per person or $15 per couple. The three comedian line-up promises to be a very entertaining time for audience members.
Rosa Mariposa Martinez has been in the comedy business since June 2011. She’s performed at Comedy Works downtown Denver and Comedy Works South as well as the Denver Improv. She has been all over from Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins as well as New Mexico and Los Angeles. She currently runs a show once a month in Fort Collins at the East Coast bar. She loves to travel and loves slinging jokes!
Since his splash onto the comedy scene nearly a decade ago, Vincent Vigil has been wowing audiences with his conversational and anecdotal style. When he’s not opening for big names such as Pablo Fransisco, Felipe Esparza, and Carlos Mencia, you’ll see Vincent on his Right Kind Of Crazy tour at stops all throughout the midwest.
Dickey Bill Wagner loves the sound of laughter and since he can’t hear very well it has to be loud so he knows he is doing a good job. He is performing stand up all over the U.S.A., from Sarasota to San Diego and definitely to the North too.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE: also often known as the Elks Lodge or simply The Elks) is an American fraternal order founded in 1868 originally as a social club in New York City. The Elks is a 501(c)8 and locally is known for their high school scholarship program, Christmas basket program, and their annual community Easter Egg hunt held at Elks Park. Come out and enjoy a night of comedy and help support an important community organization on July 27.
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