You must be 21 or over for all shows, unless specified as a special "18 & over show". Call the club if not certain for specific shows.
All ticket sales are final; no credits, refunds or exchanges once purchased.
All shows are non-smoking shows.
As a general rule, seating will begin one hour prior to show time for the first show of the evening. Seating will begin a half an hour prior to showtime for the second show of the evening. Seating time may also change, dependent upon the duration of the previous show.
You must bring a Valid Picture ID to be admitted.
Complimentary tickets must be redeemed at least 45 minutes prior to the showtime to be guaranteed and ALL guests must be present at time of pickup (1 ticket printed per person).
Stand-up comedy and writing partners, Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester are touring nationally in support of their book, Liberal Redneck Manifesto: Draggin Dixie Outta the Dark.
Being WellRED is about celebrating all that’s good about the South while leading the Redneck Revolution and standing proudly blue in a sea of red.
Trae Crowder: Recently earning national attention (or notoriety, depending on your viewpoint) for his “Liberal Redneck” series of viral videos, Trae Crowder has been performing his particular brand of Southern-fried intellectual comedy in the Southeast and beyond for the past six years. Trae is also a writer and is currently a member of NBC Universal’s Talent Infusion Program after being invited to their prestigious Late Night Writer’s Workshop in 2015.
Corey Forrester: Corey has been writing and performing stand up comedy since the age of sixteen …before he could legally work in a comedy club. His North Georgia roots have given him an affinity for Southern wit and storytelling. He may often wear a PBR hat, but don’t assume there is anything blue collar about him. Corey has thoughts on everything from race to religion, politics and gender. He loves women and cheese. Actually, all dairy.
Drew Morgan: Hailing from rural East Tennessee, Drew draws on his experiences as a small-town son of a preacher man and former public defender who has lived in South Africa, Australia, Miami, Boston, and (currently) New York City. Weaving his stories together with observations on culture, religion, and identity, he’s like Mark Twain on acid, or maybe just a confused Southerner pretending to have his shit together. He is a good dancer.