w/ Special Guest Josh Bates
DOORS: 6:30PM / SHOW: 8:00PM
– Reduced capacity and implemented social distancing
– Face masks are required at all times
– Seating will be assigned upon arrival with Timed Entries for you to select at checkout
– Maximum of 8 people seated together
Jon Reep is a nationally touring comedian whose contemporary country point of view has won over legions of fans in comedy clubs, on tv and in film. As a stand-up he’s built a following through his hilarious comedy specials and as the winner of NBC’s fifth season of Last Comic Standing. He can currently be seen in Netflix’s “Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo” and his new standup special on Amazon Prime “Ginger Beard Man” or his new standup album “Ginger Pain” released in March 2019 on 800 Pound Gorilla Records. Jon’s hour standup special Jon Reep: Metro Jethro and his half hour standup special both aired on Comedy Central.
Jon is also host of the popular podcast Country-ish on Bill Burr and Al Madrigal’s All Things Comedy digital platform. As an actor, Jon has been seen in Tig Notaro’s Amazon Series One Mississisppi, CW’s Jane The Virgin, ABC’s Black-ish, HBO’s Eastbound and Down, and as the “Hemi Guy” from Dodge’s popular ad campaign. On the big screen he appeared in the feature film Into the Storm and as the beloved “Raymus, the pot smoking farmer” in Harold and Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay.
On a nonstop tour since he burst onto the scene, Jon performs to sold-out audiences at clubs and theaters across the country.
Josh Bates is a Colorado native and retired military veteran who somehow ended up in Charleston, SC. Josh has been doing standup all over the Carolinas and Georgia, opening for the likes of Sean Patton and Jon Reep.. He was recently seen at the Charleston Comedy Festival and hosts the Summerville show, “Is This Art?” and the open mic “The Wine Down”, when he’s not in the bathroom reading the backs of shampoo bottles.
The City of Charleston’s ordinance requires patrons to wear a face mask. Please be respectful to the ordinance and other patrons. Although the Charleston Music Hall follows CDC guidelines for disinfection, they cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to COVID-19. By entering the venue premises, visitors accept all responsibility for medical risk associated with their presence in a public place for themselves and for those for whom they act as legal guardian. The Charleston Music Hall is not liable for illness or injury beyond what may be prevented through reasonable accommodations. Please follow the city ordinance on masks, avoid touching surfaces, wash your hands or use hand sanitizers frequently, and please follow all signage posted to provide you with a safe experience.
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403