Live from Chicago, it's Saturday Night aLive!
BE entertained virtually by comedians and musicians performing live from The Joinery in Logan Square.
SEE the latest adoptable pets.
WIN raffle prizes throughout the evening.
THE DEETS: We're offering two ticket options: one that includes access to all of the above, and a VIP package that comes with a gift bag full of snacks, drinks and more to enjoy during the show.
We hope to see you there!
Saturday, March 6, 2021
8:00 PM CST - 10:00 PM CST
Streaming virtually into your living room.
Vik Pandya is a nationally touring stand up comic based in Chicago. Known for his sharp self-deprecation, observational humor on dating, & hilarious crowd work, his comedy album 'Friends With 401(k) Benefits' debuted #1 on iTunes & Top 10 on the Billboard Charts in 2019.
Jeanie started her career at the tender age of five when she quickly learned that as the youngest of eight children she needed a hook if she ever wanted to be fed, bathed, or have her existence acknowledged in any way. Failing miserably at tap dancing, Irish dancing, gymnastics, and academics, she carved out her comedy niche with kick-ass knock-knock jokes and soon rose to fame at the family dinner table with such classics as: “knock-knock.” “knock-knock.” “knock-knock! Open the door! You left me outside again!” Since her kitchen table debut, Jeanie has entertained audiences at colleges, casinos, and corporate events, and is a regular at venues such as Zanies Comedy Clubs, The Laugh Factory, and The Comedy Bar. She was highlighted in Chicago Parents’ Magazine’s Four of Chicago’s Funniest: Stand Up Parents, and was featured on Nick Jr.’s Moms’ Night Out debut stand up special.
Tyler Fowler's witty and clean brand of stand up comedy has made him a favorite around Chicago and across the US. Regularly appearing at Zanies Comedy Club he was recently named among the 'Best Of The Fest' at the 2018 Cleveland Comedy Festival. Tyler's debut album Friends With 401(k) Benefits premiered #1 on iTunes and Top 10 on the Billboard Comedy Charts.
Morgan Van Dyne
Hi there! I'm Morgan Van Dyne, a Chicago based comedian. I enjoy using my platform to speak about queer identities, mental health, and disabilities. As someone who has grappled with all of these, comedy has been not only a wonderful coping skill but also a way to explore, learn, and inform myself and others. My loftiest career goal is to show the world that you are never too broken to be happy or loveable. I have begun to achieve this goal by writing shows for The Second City Training Center, The Annoyance, The Playground and more. I have also participated in many Stand Up showcases, including the Who Dis Showcase which is a comedy show featuring disabled comedians. Most recently I received the Saturday Night Live emerging talent scholarship. In the future I hope to continue spreading my message of inclusivity and self acceptance in the form of belly laughs.
@morganvandyne (Instagram) and @They_Morgan (TikTok)
Bridget Lyons’ music testifies to a life lived at the intersection of conflicting forces: violence and love, addiction and resilience, shame and triumph. With smoky vocals that catapult and glide from growl to wail to tender croon, Lyons sings honest songs about real people. Her sound challenges categorization in genre “norms” but has been referred to as “swamp rock”; grounded in the blues, folk, and Southern rock traditions.
Lyons has performed with a slew of renowned musicians, from famed bluegrass artists to R&B legends including Brandy Norwood. Her first album (“Long Kiss Goodnight”) was released in 2008; losing a band member to heroin use led to a long stretch between that album and 2019’s “Living Room Songs,” intimate room recordings of fan favorites, and now the full-length “294”.
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