DATE: 03/18/2022 19:30
TIME: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
LOCATION: Blue Ridge Comedy Club
Queen City Takeover is a night of comedy featuring some of the best acts traveling all the way from Charlotte North Carolina.
Evan is energetic yet lazy, analytical yet relatable, absurd yet witty, exaggerated yet precise, surreal yet accessible, laid back yet engaging, passionate yet tired, but most importantly Evan is in love with cats and making people laugh!!!
Evan is overweight
Don Garrett Don Garrett lives in Charlotte, NC. Voted Best Comedian 2020, by Queen City Nerve, Don has performed in various festivals and produced the Unfiltered Comedy Show in the 2019 Queen City Comedy Experience. Don has opened for Mike Speenberg & Last Comic Standing Winner Jon Reep. Don recorded a Dry Bar special in September 2021, that will be airing this year.
Chris Diorio Born and raised in Connecticut, Chris Diorio is now based out of Charlotte North Carolina and brings that signature northeast wit to stages all over the country. With a mix of cagey one-liners and unique stories from his past, he keeps the audience on the edge of their seats with clever misdirection and hard-hitting punchlines. In addition to hosting the Funny Story Podcast, he is a two-time winner of Elevate Lifestyles favorite comic award, and was featured on the 2021 Testing Negative Tour.
Hosted by Bryan Morton
Bryan Morton is a stand-up comedian from Bristol, Tennessee. In 2017, he was named “Funniest of the Tri-Cities”. He has been sharing stories, to the delight of audiences all over the Southeast of his life as a long-in-the-tooth, empty-nest, divorced comedian, who really should join a gym. He is a staple at Blue Ridge Comedy Club, in Bristol, Tennessee. Bryan has featured for Tim Dillon, Andy Forrester and Christ Kattan. Admittedly, a dabbler in comedy for about 10 years, the last 5 years have seen Bryan jump into comedy with both feet and quickly gain the reputation as a must see comedian on the rise.
Doors will open 30 minutes before a show.
Parking can be found on State Street or behind the 620 State Street building in the public lot.
Flash photography and/or video recordings are not allowed.