The last time Jenn Snyder hit the stage in Knoxville she gave to a group of rowdy clean-leather bikers at Old City Comedy. The first time she was in Knoxville she received the only standing ovation ever at our comedy shows at the Edge Nightclub in West Knoxville. She is quick, she is funny and she is ready to kick ass aboard the Star of Knoxville Riverboat this Saturday.
Also performing on this Comedy Booze Cruise are Leo La Camera, Joe Leeper, Miss James Holdiness, Natasha Ferrier and Liz Brooks!
Comedy Booze Cruise
Saturday June 20th 10pm-12:30am
Star of Knoxville Riverboat
300 Neyland Drive
Knoxville, TN 37902
Tickets $10 Advance
$15 at the dock
Comedy, music, film, art, horticulture, botany, beers, friends, pets, space and time. Matt Ward brings together some of his favorite people and some near enemies for a night of celebration, fun and truth. Cover is $3 OR ANYTHING you make yourself (crafts, food, etc, no poop, pee or other secretions including but not limited to Kidney Stones)
Matt Ward is a stand-up comedian originally from Central Ohio who helped build the comedy scene in Knoxville from a single open-mic comedians had to pay to perform to a vibrant scene full of great comics and shows. He has worked with Doug Stanhope and many more talented comedians as a performer and comedy producer. Join his friends for an absurd night of laughs before Matt relocates back to Central Ohio.
A comedy show not to miss, featuring top comedians, Kenny DeForest and Clark Jones. We would never leave out local talent, providing more laughs are Shane Rhyne and Tyler Sonnichsen. Saw Works Brewery loves you so enjoy this FREE comedy show. Check out the comedians impressive bios.
Clark Jones believes comedy is the most beautifully awkward way of telling the truth. A graduate of Atlanta’s Morehouse College and a a Cubs fan from Chicago’s south side, he uses his diverse background to relate to any type of crowd, regardless of their upbringing. He has been featured at Chicago comedy Clubs Jokes and Notes, Zanies; The Improv as well as Laugh Boston in Masachusetts and the Brooklyn, Chicago Just for Laughs, and New York Comedy Festivals.
You can catch his writings every Tuesday in the Chicago Trbune’s Red Eye magapaper, and him hosting TimeOut New York’s favorite weekly comedy show, Comedy at the Knitting Factory.
After 5 years coming up through Chicago’s notorious comedy scene, Kenny DeForest is now a New York-based comic known for combining keen, off-beat observations and astute satirical narratives with unbridled silliness to create a truly original blend of comedic styles and influences for his audiences to enjoy. Always fully committed to creating honest, soulful material, DeForest is a true eccentric who’s only mission in life is to be respected by his peers and to be in someone’s Top Five. That, and to never have to grow up.
Kenny is producer and co-host of “Comedy at the Knitting Factory”, widely considered to be one of New York City’s best independently run shows, and is a regular presence on the New York scene at large. He has appeared in the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, Cape Fear Comedy Festival, and Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival and was featured as an opening act for Hannibal Buress at Notre Dame. Most importantly, he really loves stand-up comedy and would love it if you came out to see him perform.