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Comedians You Should Know (CYSK) + Viewing Afterparty for Comedy Central debut of Joey Villagomez!
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM Timothy O'Toole's Irish Pub
Date: January 31, 2020 to January 31, 2020
Where: Timothy O'Toole's Irish Pub, 622 Fairbanks CT, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60611
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MAKE SURE YOU ARE BUYING FOR THE RIGHT DATE AND SHOWTIME. SINCE THIS IS A LIVE EVENT AND SEATS NEED TO BE FILLED, IF YOU DO NOT ARRIVE BY SHOWTIME, YOUR SEAT WILL BE SOLD TO THE PEOPLE ON THE WAITLIST. 1/31/20 8 PM (doors at 7) Blake Burkhart hosts: Correy Bell Vince Carone Audrey Jonas Dale McPeek extended set by Joey Villagomez Note: Line-up is subject to change. Online ticket sales end an hour before each show. Tickets may be available at the door for $15. MORE INFORMATION: - General admission - 21+ - Afterparty to follow - Drinks available before, during, and after the show - Street parking available; parking in lot on SE corner of Erie and Fairbanks $10 with validation, available at O'Toole's MORE ABOUT JOEY VILLAGOMEZ: Comedian Joey Villagomez, born and raised on Chicagos south side, has been performing stand up comedy for 14 years. In 2010, he appeared on the HBO Latino, 3-part series Habla Mas in Chicago. He was part of the TBS Just For Laughs Chicago Festival in 2011 and 2012 and appeared on Paul Rodriguezs New Latin Kings of Comedy in 2013. Over the past five years, Joey has headlined several major clubs including The Laugh Factory Chicago and The Improv. He is currently part of The All Things Comedy Network and will be featured on the new Comedy Central stand up series Bill Burr Presents: The Ringers. MORE ABOUT COMEDIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW (CYSK): Comedians You Should Know (CYSK) is a stand-up comedy showcase which started in Chicago in 2008 at the now-defunct, Fizz Bar and Grill. The show quickly gained praise from fans and comedians alike for its unwavering commitment to presenting only the funniest Chicago comedians and visiting guests from both the alt and mainstream comedy scenes. In 2010, they moved to a favorite downtown watering hole, Timothy O'Toole's Pub. Since then, the show has become a destination from anyone around the Chicago area. From hipsters to yuppies to suburbanites, to the occasional homeless person, anyone seeking the
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