Sterling Entertainment Group and Canterbury Park present Laughs & Love on Valentine’s Day. This live comedy show, with two performances Tuesday, Feb. 14, is headlined by Minneapolis comic Gabe Noah and also features Las Vegas comedian Trever Malagon, and Twin Citians Colleen Justice and Joe Cocozzello. The intimate setting of the The Triple Crown Club is the prefect place to enjoy an evening.
Doors open for the first performance, which includes cocktail service and dinner, at 5:30 p.m.
The dinner menu, prepared by Canterbury Chef Terry Goertzen, will feature chef-carved prime rib, seared salmon, chicken, and accompaniments. Dinner will be served from 6:00 – 6:45. Entertainment begins at 6:45.
Doors will open at 8:45 p.m. for the second show. A dessert buffet with choice of gourmet desserts plus a coffee station will be provided at 9:00 p.m. with entertainment beginning at 9:30. Cocktail service is also available for the second performance.
Reservations are required for both shows. Tickets can be purchased at www.vitalculture.com/seg for both 18+ shows. Ticket prices start at $35.
More information is available at www.CanterburyPark.com .
– Gabe Noah became a professional stand-up comedian in 2007. Just 18 months later, he was named runner-up in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest. By 2012, he was a regular in clubs across the Midwest and was voted “Best Comic” by his peers in Minneapolis. Noah has been featured on Rooftop Comedy’s compilation album Best of Bathroom Humor and he is a founding member of “comedy boy-band super group” The Turkeys, whose sketches are released by MyDamnChannel and have appeared on the front page of cracked.com.
– Colleen Justice began her stand-up career in 2010, when she was a semi-finalist in Acme’s Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest, as well as a semi-finalist in The House of Comedy’s Funniest Person with a Day Job Competition. Justice has opened for Norm Macdonald and was a finalist in The Best Comedian Ever Contest at the Joke Joint in 2014. In 2015 she was asked to perform at The Akumai Comedy Festival in Mexico.
– Trever Malagon has found himself in a ton of debt with no care of concern in the world in ever paying it off, because he says, “That’s Rock ’n Roll.” When not on his rigorous touring schedule around the country, Malagon says he likes spending time off-stage roasting people in the waiting room at the Free Clinic in whatever town or city he is in for the tour. He honed his style of joke telling doing comedy shows in various outlets in Las Vegas.
– Joe Cocozzello was born and raised in New York City until the age of 13, when he moved to Minnesota for the next 13 years before moving back to New York. There, he learned the comedy trade over the next decade. Cocozzello returned to Prior Lake and is excited to bring his adventures and humor back to the Midwest.