COMEDY NIGHT 2019
Join the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Association of Zoo Keepers for our 19th annual Comedy Night! The event, hosted at Denver Zoo, will be a night of laughs and entertainment that you won’t want to miss!
We’re spicing things up this year and moving the event over to Toyota Elephant Passage, surrounding our guests with Asian elephants, greater one-horned rhinos, Sarus cranes, clouded leopards, and more!
Enjoy appetizers, dinner, dessert, and an open bar while visiting with Denver Zoo Animal Ambassadors. Cocktail party attire recommended!
Support conservation by bidding at our silent auction! Featuring behind the scenes tours, one of a kind animal art, and more, the money raised goes towards 3 conservation organizations. You can also vote for which conservation organization will receive the largest percentage of the night’s proceeds between Katie Adamson Conservation Fund, Orangutan Outreach, and Denver Zoo Field Conservation.
The party will wrap up with a live auction and a performance by comedian Stephanie McHugh in the TEP Amphitheatre!
Tickets are $55.
Stay tuned for purchase information.
SAVE THE DATE:
Thursday, July 25th
2300 Steele Street – Denver CO – 80205
This is an 18 and over event with adult content. Please remember to bring your photo ID's.
About the Comedian:
Stephanie McHugh’s wit and charm has made her a regular in the Denver comedy scene for over 15 years. After doing comedy less than a year, Steph won a trip to the Las Vegas Comedy Festival as a finalist in the Laugh Across America Contest. She went on to win the Summer Comedy Contest at Wits End Comedy Club. Stephanie hasn’t looked back since, as she continues to entertain audiences across the country.
She kept radio listeners laughing on the Steve and Stephanie Morning Show on KOOL 105. She was also on Nick at Nite's TV Show "America's Funniest Mom".
Stephanie part of the comedic trio MentalPause Comedy Show that performs at Comedy Works while laughing off the middle ages!
Visit her website here.
About Comedy Night
Comedy Night originated as a twist on the traditional “Bowling for Rhinos” event that supports in-situ rhino conservation. The first ever Comedy Night featured Colorado native veterinarian and comedian Kevin Fitzgerald and raised $14,000! Since 2000, Rocky Mountain AAZK has raised $54,912.56 for in-situ rhino conservation. As the years have passed, and our success has grown, Comedy Night now benefits a variety of projects including Denver Zoological Foundation conservation programs, the Snow Leopard Conservancy, the Kea Conservation Trust, The Prusten Project, the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance, and the Sea Turtle Survival Alliance. Comedy Night has become RMAAZK's largest fundraiser and we are extremely grateful to everyone who supports this event year after year!