July 16th - Pro-Am Comedy
Train Wreck Comedy has been Kelowna's #1 comedy show for over four years and it started with nights just like this. Local amateur comedians hit the stage and sharpen their skills as they work their way to professional status. Local professional comedians also take to the stage to work on fresh material.
July 23rd - Pro Feature
Damonde is a hilarious and unique stand-up comedian in the genre of a Bill Cosby, so much so that Canada’s National newspaper, The Globe & Mail, hailed him as “Comedy’s new Superhero, and perhaps this country’s finest comedic storyteller.” His relaxed, laid-back style and unique comic voice have made him a sidesplitting favourite across Canada and the US.
In 2006 Damonde became the first ever Canadian in its 27-year history to win the illustrious Seattle International Comedy Competition. (The largest of its kind in the U.S) This was a three-week long event and Damonde did 17 shows to be crowned the champion!
His TV comedy specials have aired on CTV, CBC, HBO, Comedy Network and Comedy Central. His radio stints include CBC’s The Debaters and Madly Off in All Directions, and he has appeared at every comedy festival in North America including the New Faces Gala at Just for Laughs.Damonde has shared the stage with comedy legends, Robin Williams, Tim Allen and Bob Saget, just to name a few. He has appeared in both film and television, is an accomplished screen writer with two TV shows and one movie currently in development
July 30th - Pro-Am Feature
Starting his comedy career at the soft and supple age of 17, Garrett Clark has had the opportunity to dabble in a few of its many different forms.
Although born in Canada, Garrett was raised in Australia from a very early age. He first set foot on stage at downtown Toronto's Yuk Yuk's amateur night, and it soon became clear that the world of stand-up is where he fit best. Ever since, he has been taking his comedy across the nation and performing for crowds big and small, and as far away as Honolulu, Hawaii.
His powerful delivery of sidesplitting comedy captivates audiences of all kinds, and will leave you wanting more