Iconic comedian Mike Dambra set to perform in Kelowna

The event on Saturday, March 28 is still scheduled to occur despite COVID-19 outbreak

More laughs will soon be coming to Kelowna.

Comedian Mike Dambra is set to perform at a “Comedy Brew HAHA” event at Freddy’s Brewpub on Saturday, March 28.

A comedy show that was meant to occur on Friday, March 27 has been cancelled.

Dambra’s 30-year comedy career includes performances with iconic actors Adam Sandler, Mick Foley and Paul Reiser.

Dambra has also performed at other stand-up comedy shows in Toronto and in his hometown of Edmonton.

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Despite the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, Train Wreck Comedy (TWC) owner Rob Balsdon said the event will forge on.

To buy a ticket for the upcoming events, you can visit TWC’s website.


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