FEBRUARY 4th Comedy at The Bridges
Allan Goodwin is one of the funniest and respected comics on the circuit today, who brings the laughter to any room, anywhere, anytime. He connects with his audiences with relevant material describing his own observations and experiences. Al works in almost every area of the country—performing for large corporate events and galas, large military events, private parties, clubs, colleges and bar mitzvahs.
Al has performed nationally on the comedy show LAUGHS on FOX, he was a finalist in the 2014 World Series of Comedy, and he represented the East Coast in Las Vegas in HBO's Lucky 21 Comedy Contest. You can also catch Al in the 4th season of House of Cards.
Al was a winner on America's Funniest People, he has been interviewed on The Billy Bush Show, and he has been seen in numerous PBS commercials. Having played almost every club and college in the country, Al has progressed to larger venues and theaters opening for Jim Gaffigan, Kathleen Madigan, Dave Chappelle, and Steven Wright.
If you haven't experienced an Al Goodwin performance…you owe it to yourself to put this on your must do list and bring some friends. Why? Because laughter at an Al Goodwin show is always guaranteed!
BoOM is an up and coming Colorado comedian whose standup routine delivers a unique combination of observational and storytelling comedy with an alternative slant. He uses his thick glasses and wild hair, along with his hilarious facial expressions to give his stories a cartoonish flavor. He regularly performs all over Colorado’s Western Slope, and is affiliated with Joke Junction, a group of comedians in Grand Junction, Colorado. Additionally, he has opened for Jimmy Abeyta in Denver, and for Adam Grabowski in Grand Junction as part of NAMI’s Stand Up for Mental Health campaign. When BoOM is not on stage, you can find him silversmithing, painting, making music, or promoting other artists through his BoOM TV interview video series on YouTube. He is an artist through and through, and his creativity is woven into his comedy through well-crafted, “outside the box” jokes.