Live standup comics coming to the Coast Chilliwack

Don't miss Charlie Demers, the headliner for the Feb. 22 show, who is one of Canada's top funny men

Charlie Demers headlines a standup comedy show in Chilliwack on Feb. 22.

Experience a little raucous laughter as three of Vancouver’s top standup comics do their wicked best to entertain folks in the ‘Wack later this month.

The Live StandUp Comedy Show is set for Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel.

Check out Charlie Demers, the headliner for the show, who is one of Canada’s top funny men.

He’s been invited to perform at Just for Laugh Comedy Festivals across the country and multiple appearances on TV’s Comedy Now.

Get ready for a good, old fashioned, straight-up, stand up comedy night as Demers is joined by two other hilarious comics.

Jeffrey Yu is a regular on Comedy Now, performs in Vancouver’s top comedy clubs and Just for Laugh Festivals across the nation.

Kevin Banner has been a feature comedian in the recent Northwest Comedy Fest and regularly performs in Vancouver’s top comedy clubs

Saturday, February 22, 2014 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel, doors and cash Bar open @ 8pm, Show Time 9 p.m., adult content, general seating, tickets are $20 and may be purchased by visiting or for other upcoming events

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