- May 4 Thu: 7:00 PM
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Nick Hoff returns to The World Theatre in Kearney! Nick is a nationally touring stand-up comedian whose album "Baby Daddy" hit #1 on the iTunes comedy charts. He has been on MTV, co-hosts a weekly show on SiriusXM, and can often be seen in commercials for Miller Lite, Pepsi and Amazon where Nick has been cast by top directors in the business including Peter Farrelly, Craig Gillespie, James Mangold and Philip Seymour Hoffman. He has been a comedy writer for Life & Style magazine, as well as a featured act in Netflix's Wild West Comedy Festival. His new comedy special, "Front to Back" (2022) is streaming on YouTube.
Nick was hand-picked by Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy to open for them on their critically acclaimed "We've Been Thinking" Tour. He has headlined the "Pink Ribbon Comedy Tour" which made stops in 40 cities doing 65 shows all raising money for breast cancer research. He was also part of the "Walk of Shame" national comedy tour, which was not quite so noble a cause.
Brandon Vestal has established himself as one of the best comic talents in the country. Vestal has made his mark in the world of Comedy Competitions and Festivals. He was the winner of the Hollywood Comedy Festival, crowned “Best of the West” at the Detroit Comedy Festival, a finalist at the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, and a semi finalist at the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival two years running. After his years in the trenches, his work has really begun to pay off. Brandon was recently named “comedian of the month” this last December on Sirius/XM radio. and just released his latest album”Smoooth”. He has appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Man Up Stand Up, Comedy Time TV, and FOX’s Laughs. Brandon’s low key, deeply personal and honest style has made him a fast favorite in the comedy world, a “Don’t Miss” for college audiences, and a club favorite. He puts on an amazing show and is a definite must see. Brandon’s mom will vouch for all of this.
All tickets are $20