Spokane Comedy Club loads up its calendar with Chris Hardwick, Brian Posehn, Michael Rapaport, Jay Pharaoh and more

click to enlarge Chris Hardwick, comic and host of The Talking Dead (among other things) will visit Spokane in November.
Chris Hardwick, comic and host of The Talking Dead (among other things) will visit Spokane in November.

While the Spokane Comedy Club has shows scheduled for May, those gigs of course will only happen if restrictions on public gatherings are lifted in time. That is anything but a sure thing, but we can all hope to be laughing it up in a few weeks.

Perhaps more realistic is planning ahead, and the club just announced a bunch of shows for later in the year — some of them are rescheduled acts who had to cancel when the coronavirus broke out, and some are fresh new shows sure to please comedy fans.

You can see the complete calendar at the Spokane Comedy Club website, and if you buy tickets to a show that is later canceled, you can either hold on to the tickets for the rescheduled date, or get a refund. The club is also selling gift certificates right now that help their laid-off staffers survive the pandemic.

click to enlarge Michael Rapaport comes to town in October.
Michael Rapaport comes to town in October.
Here are the new show announcements, on sale now:
Bobby Lee, July 16-18
Damon Wayans, Jr., July 24-25
Bobcat Goldthwait, July 31-Aug. 1
Mike Epps, Aug. 7-9
Dan Soder, Aug. 13-15
Sarah Colonna, Aug. 27-29
The Hodgetwins, Sept. 6
Jason Mewes, Sept. 10-11
Jeff Allen, Sept. 12
Tim Meadows, Sept. 17-19
Michael Rapaport, Oct. 1-3
Jay Pharaoh, Oct. 23-25
Brian Posehn Nov. 12-14
Chris Hardwick, Nov. 19-21
Mark Normand, Dec. 10-12
Andrew Santino, Dec. 18-19

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Dan Nailen

Dan Nailen is the managing editor of the Inlander, where he oversees coverage of arts and culture. He's previously written and edited for The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City Weekly, Missoula Independent, Salt Lake Magazine, The Oregonian and KUER-FM. He grew up seeing the country in an Air Force family and studied...