LAME Comedy Festival Opens September 5 In Auburn
On 11 August 2014
Get ready for this year’s LAME Comedy Festival, opening September 5-6 at the Auburn Fireside Inn led by Louis Ramey. As usual, this year’s revenue will help Greater Androscoggin Humane Society, which is committed to providing care and shelter for stray dogs.
Ramey is no stranger to stand-up comedy shows and festivals, as he recorded a half hour special for Comedy Central and performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He will be performing with fellow comics Tuck Tucker, Michele Mortensen, Jay Chanoine, Jake Jacobson and Ryan Chani.
Mark Turcotte, the host of the festivities, always saw the event as a way to help his community: he can showcase New England’s comedy scene and raise money for different charity events at the same time. Even more, last year’s show was a success and completely sold out both nights, raising $1,646 for the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing.
The 8PM show is for people over 21 and doors open at 7PM.
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