LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- We are approaching a big weekend in Louisville from the Ali Humanitarian Awards, Cardinal football, the opening of Churchill Downs Fall meet to Laughter in the Ville Comedy Show. To kick off the weekend you can see five comics during one show at the Kentucky Center. You can see Corey Holcomb, Gary Owen, and Louisville natives Jason "Too Funny" English and Kimberly Vaughn. If that’s not funny enough, the show will be hosted by comedian/actor Michael Colyar.
There’s so much buzz around this event that even the comedians are getting ready. Holcomb says "Louisville I will be delivering the word from the Book of Coreythians on September 16 at The Kentucky Center for the Arts! Fellas, bring the woman you love or the woman you trying to get rid of to the show! Lastly, I want to say to all the side women of Louisville that you are the backbone of Louisville and without you the city would be in chaos. Everybody get your tickets now!”
Louisville native actress/comedian Kimberly Vaughn will be the only lady in the show, but no need to worry. This multi-talented entertainer will be able to handle her own. She says, “To be able to perform for my hometown in this magnitude is a huge honor to be recognized as yet another artist on the journey of national acclaim that resides from this city. I've been in the comedy industry for over a decade. With serious accomplishments under my belt. But as Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. There's no place like home! With the love of your city given to you, you can go anywhere and make it! I look forward to Sept. 16, to give the best I have to give to the city I truly love!”
There’s also another Louisville native in the show. Jason “Too Funny” English is a graduate of Valley High School. Known for his antics in the classroom has developed into a show on the big stage.
This show is packed with experience from BET’s Comic View, HBO Def Comedy Jam to films like Think Like A Man and Think Like A Man Too.
Tickets are still available for the Friday, Sept. 16, show in Whitney Hall. Now, don’t forget this show is for an adult audience due to the content and language. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. with DJ ZNYCE entertaining the crowd followed by the show at 8:00 p.m.
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