Win Tix to Kurt Braunohler’s Record Release Show with Special Guests Laura Kightlinger and The Business

Kurt-Tub

There’s a whole lot of words in the press release I was sent and I’m busy as fuck so I’m just gonna copy and paste the important ones. But here’s the deal: I’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway to this rad event. To win just use the entry form that comes after all the words I copy and pasted. Good luck!

Two of San Francisco’s most beloved comedy showcases, The Business and Club Chuckles, are joining forces to co-present a new series of big shows at San Francisco’s historic Verdi Club. The kickoff’s going to be real doozy: KURT TUB! Kurt Braunohler‘s record release for his debut album, How Do I Land?, on Kill Rock Stars, the first-ever comedy release from the venerable indie label. Join Kurt and his hand-picked special guests for what will surely be an unforgettable night of top-shelf comedy and laffs.

Special guests for Kurt Tub! will be Laura Kightlinger, known for her stand-up on Comedy Central and HBO, also as the writer and creator of the IFC series The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman. She’s written on, appeared on, and produced tv shows such as Two Broke Girls, Roseanne, Will & Grace, Dennis Miller Live, and Lucky Louie. Also joining Kurt Tub! will be three comedians from San Francisco’s legendary weekly show The Business—Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, and Nato Green.

Kurt Braunohler was chosen as featured comic in Variety’s annual prestigious “10 Comics To Watch” list. He was also featured in Time Out New York’s list of 50 Funniest New Yorkers, named as a “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central, the New York Comedy Festival and TimeOut NY, as well as “Best Male Stand-Up” by the ECNY and “Best Unscripted Host” by the New York Television Festival.

Now that you know what’s up, you can enter the contest below!

Win Tickets to A Legendary Comedy Event w/ Laura Kightlinger, Kurt Braunohler and More!

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