This New Years Eve say GOODBYE to 2021 with a hilarious night of laughter that everyone will enjoy, but that won't break the bank! The "First Night of Funny" showcases four professional comedians with four unique and hilarious perspectives on the world. With a lineup of comics from Netflix, HBO & Comedy Central, this show provides non-stop laughter. Couple that with a ticket price starting at $25 in advance, and a show that ends early on New Years Eve, you can't miss this last chance to laugh!
Mike Gaffney

Mike Gaffney has been performing for over fifteen years. He has appeared on The Artie Lange Show on Direct TV, he was on the first and third seasons of Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV and was a semi-finalist on season 8 of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Executive Producer Wanda Sykes was so impressed with Mike, she used his clip to promote Last Comic Standing on NBC's The Ellen Show as well as ABC's The View.

Brian Beaudoin

Coming from small Rhode Island, Brian Beaudoin is probably the only comedian who is bigger than his State. Brian is an aggressively lovable hippie, who performs his act fueled by his intense ADHD, so nobody, ( including himself) never really knows what he's going to say next. Brian’s unique ability to work with a crowd leaves every in earshot for a one of a kind night they’ll never forget. In any event this guys has got talent, and is building an impressive following and resume to match.

Credits:
Wicked Funny Podcast
Sirius XM radio
I'll Call You web series
ABC’s... Body of Proof
N.E.S.N.
MTV Made
Winner of Last Comix Standing Competition
Named Best Comic in RI 2 years in a row

Dan Geurin

Dan Geurin is a stand-up comedian from Upstate, New York. His "Guy Next Door" material about being an over 40 suburban husband and father has made him a regular at comedy clubs and events all over the East Coast. Dan will show you that our everyday lives are funny and that you never really know what the guy next door is up to.

Josh Kincade

Josh Kincade is an up and coming stand-up comedian hailing from White Plains, NY. You can catch him hitting the road opening for comedian Nick Dipaolo or performing at various clubs from NY to Boston. His unique angle on topics may get you to laugh at things you’ve never thought of before and some things you probably shouldn’t. His self deprecating and funny wit is popular with crowds of all types. When not on stage he can be found eating at restaurants he can’t afford and wasting his rent money other ways.