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The Hope & Anchor Comedy Night

  • Presented By
    Fats Productions
  • Location
    Hope and Anchor English Pub
    5040 N. 2nd St.
    Loves Park, IL 61111
  • Phone
    (815) 633-2552
  • Date
    November 17, 2018
  • Time
    Saturday - Show starts at 8:00pm
  • Price
    Free admission
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Show starts at 8pm - Suggested to arrive early for seating

Host Joe Degand is a Husband and a Father. He might get weird and mention his family on stage but he's original and one of a kind and nothing is off limits. Joe is from a small town and he will travel anywhere to do what he loves ... making people laugh. Doing comedy is an awesome job and he knows it every time he walks on that stage. You can follow Joe Degand at www.whoisjoedegand.com.

Guest Feature Tony Lisowski is an up and comer in the Chicago suburban comedy scene. He has performed all across the country, from open mics in St Charles, Illinois, to comedy showcases in...St Charles, Illinois. You'll find his out of the box commentary on fatherhood and pop culture to be both relatable and ridiculous.

Main Feature David Rader has been performing all across the Midwest for seven years, starting at Laugh Comedy Club in Bloomington, IL. He moved to Chicago two years later to pursue comedy. He has opened for Stewart Huff, Dave Landau, and Shane Mauss, and has also featured at the Milwaukee Comedy Festival as well as the Cream City Comedy Festival. He was also recently named one of Rachel McCartney’s five favorite comics in Chicago, according to “Brendon Being Brendon.”

Headliner Tyler Snodgrass is a comedian living in Chicago. Fueled by dark beers and frequent embarrassment, he tells the hilarious and true stories from his life, often inspired by his family and Ozarks roots. Tyler combines vulnerability and silliness in a way that makes his stories as funny as they are true. Tyler co-created and produces the comedic storytelling show and podcast, We Still Like You, which is based in Chicago, has a chapters in Los Angeles, Denver, and Louisville, and has appeared in festivals, theaters, and apartments all over the country. Tyler has performed in The New York Comedy Festival, The Cinderblock Comedy Festival, Green Gravel Comedy Festival, and more. He writes for The Whiskey Journal and the Emmy Award-winning talk show, The Mystery Hour. He has a good heart and an OK face.

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The Hope & Anchor Comedy Night