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Comedy in the Cellar – Nate Abshire
Fargo’s Downtown Comedy Club
Comedy in the Cellar
Located below Front Street Taproom
Nate Abshire & Ryan Kahl
May 5 & 6
Doors 7:30, Show Begins at 8pm
All Tickets General Admission
Seating First Come, First Served
Cash-Only Bar in the Cellar
DOOR TICKETS ONLY AVAILABLE IF NOT SOLD OUT IN ADVANCE
**LINK TO TICKETS**
– no table talk allowed during the show
– we do not receive food delivery in the Cellar
– free Rhombus Guys delivery available in the taproom upstairs before and after the show
ABOUT THE COMEDIANS
Nate Abshire started performing comedy in Minneapolis a thousand years ago, in 2009. The following year, he finished runner-up in the “Funniest Person in the Twin Cities” contest. In 2012 he ventured west and was a semifinalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition. In 2013 Nate performed at Laughfest in their “Best of the Midwest” contest finishing runner-up, and by this point, became very tired of losing comedy contests. He gave it another try in 2014 on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” but again did not win. Since then he’s opened for some of the best comics working today, whose names you would be impressed by hearing AND finally won a comedy contest in 2020 – The Coast to Coast Roast. In 2021, Nate released his debut album “Coming in Hot” on 800lb Gorilla Records. It has won at least one award and is quite good, honestly. Audiences around the country love his sardonic wit, keen writing, and playful stage presence. Nate currently lives in Minneapolis with his cat.
Ryan Kahl is a stand-up comedian based out of Minneapolis, MN. Ryan has performed in The 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival, Limestone Comedy Festival, and Cream City Comedy Festival, was a finalist in the 2017 Funniest Person in Minneapolis Contest, and was a 2018 Growler Magazine Comic To Watch. In addition to being a successful stand-up comedian, Ryan cohosts the We Cool? Podcast and was a producer for The 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival from 2018-2020. He is whimsical, fast paced, and takes a fairly conventional approach to joke telling that feels anything but conventional.