Comedy at the Grove is back for a fabulous February show! Get out of the cold and warm up to a great night of laughs with our special guest headliner Scott Eason. And welcome back to Oak Ridge featured comic John Upton of Tazewell and host Boston McCown of Knoxville.
Doors will open at 7 p.m. Friday, and the show will start at 8 p.m. Concessions will be available in the lobby for purchase. As always, you must be 18 to enter. Tickets are $10.
Comedy at the Grove is at the Grove Theater at 123 Randolph Road in Oak Ridge. Call (865) 255-0618 for more information or visit www.brownpapertickets.com.
Scott Eason is a comedian. Need proof? Well, he’s been featured on SiriusXM. He’s a regular at Zanies Comedy Club in Nashville, Tennessee, and Stand Up Live Comedy Club in Huntsville, Alabama. He’s the producer of one of the best comedy showcases in the Southeast, “Epic Comedy Hour.” He’s shared the stage with nationally touring comedians such as Steve Byrne, Baron Vaughn, Nate Bargatze, Jake Johannsen, Brent Morin, Roy Wood Jr., Colin Jost, Sean Patton, and Christopher Titus, just to name a few. Scott’s performed all over the country, from clubs to bars, basements to festivals like the Memphis Comedy Festival, the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, the Birmingham Comedy Festival, the Orlando Indie Comedy Festival, Whiskey Bear Comedy Festival, the Cola Comedy Con, and the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival. Convinced yet? Me either.
John Upton is a laid-back, but dangerously observant and honest comic from Tazewell, Tennessee. He has been published by NBC Sports, hosts the “Daredevil Diva and Dad” podcast, and books comedy at Tennessee Brewsky’s in New Tazewell, Tennessee. He has performed with Trae Crowder, Tom Arnold, Guy Torry, Mick Foley, Harland Williams, etc.
Gail Grantham Moore
Boston McCown of Knoxville, Tennessee
More information will be added as it becomes available.
This press release was submitted by Antonette Whitson.
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