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Updated schedule of comedians for Bonkerz Comedy Club

inside Palace Station



LAS VEGAS — Please find a list below of the upcoming confirmed acts at Bonkerz Comedy Club inside Palace Station. Shows are Thursdays at 8 p.m. and

Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tickets are $29.95 each; Palace Station hotel guests and locals with a valid Nevada ID receive a $10 discount.

On Sundays, there is a Comedy Jam at 8 p.m. featuring up-and-coming comics and is free. Doors open one hour before show times and guests must be

21 years and older. Tickets can be purchased at any Station Casinos Reward Center, The Fiestas and The Galleria Mall or by calling (702) 547-5300 or at

www.stationcasinos.com.

July 16-18

Ian Gutoskie with Doug Starks

Ian Gutoskie’s comedic style gives audiences an exciting rendition of his life experiences and opinions. Thought of as a loveable giant, Gutoskie’s

familiarity with getting older and skydiving, along with his perception of the ‘girls’ night out’ leaves audiences laughing and wanting more from this

insane comic. He has appeared on networks such as FOX and CBS.



July 23-25

Tony Esposito with Mick Lazinski
Tony Esposito, otherwise known as “Big” Tony, is one of America’s true “heavyweight” comics. Esposito grew up with both Italian/American and Southern

roots, which makes for some hysterical life experiences. His self-deprecating humor and his ability to work with any audience can entertain the rowdiest

of crowds to the most faint of heart. Esposito stars in his own show, “Fantasia,” on Carnival Cruise Lines.



July 30-Aug. 1

Ron Shock with Mickey Joseph
Ron Shock’s comedy career began at age 40 and he has become known to fans as the world’s greatest storyteller. He has appeared on numerous shows

including “The Joan Rivers Show,” “Into the Night” with Rick Dees, “An Evening at the Improv,” “Comic Strip Live,” “All Stars,” “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,”

“Redneck Comedy Roundup 1 and 2” and his own Showtime special “Bad Gig Blues.” He has also toured with comedic greats Bill Cosby, Sam Kinison,

Buddy Hackett and Richard Pryor.

Aug. 6-8
Dennis Blair with John Charles
Dennis Blair can do it all – writing, voiceovers and comedy. He has appeared on “The Tonight Show” multiple times, has opened for Tom Jones, Gloria

Estefan, Joy Behar and Jackie Mason and toured with the late George Carlin. Blair has also toured with and co-wrote many works with Rodney

Dangerfield, including “Easy Money” and “Rappin’ Rodney.”  He won Emmy Awards for both writing and voiceovers for the animated film “Confessions of a

Standup.”



Aug. 13-15
Grandma Lee with Bear
This outrageous 75-year-old grandmother electrifies the stage the moment she steps foot on it. Grandma Lee entertains audiences of all ages with her

unorthodox views of family, television and life in general. Lee won the 2003 Las Vegas Comedy Festival at the MGM Grand Hotel and was chosen as a

finalist for the 2004 season of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”



Aug. 20-22
Shawn Banks with Goldie
This 6-foot-3-inch, 300-pound comedian literally takes the stage with his family fun humor. Banks is known for his smooth observations and is quick with

impressions. He has opened for Sinbad, Sommore, Bill Bellamy and Rickey Smiley, among others.



Aug. 27-29
Vince Morris with Keith Bender
Vince Morris’ unique style of comedy challenges audiences to reevaluate the negative images and stereotypes that are typically accepted in everyday

life. Morris has appeared on television shows including BET’s “Comic View,” Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn” and “Premium Blend,” HBO’s

“Sex and the City” and was featured on “Comedy Central Presents: Stand-up - Vince Morris.”



Sept. 3-5
Angelo Cianfrocco with Eric Henley

Angelo Cianfrocco’s humor leaves audiences laughing as he recollects on his Italian heritage and his understanding of relationships and pornographic

education. He incorporates interpretive dance, naughty stories and misdirected enthusiasm into his performance.



Sept. 10-12

Tanyalee Davis with Kathleen Dunbar
Tanyalee Davis is a small woman standing at 3-foot-6-inches that jokes about the little things in life. She won the Norman G. Brooks Standup Comedy

Scholarship Competition in 2003 and has headlined throughout the U.S., Canada and the UK as well as performed in the “U.S. Comedy Invasion” in

Edinburgh, Scotland. Davis has appeared on shows such as TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” MTV’s “BASH,” FOX’s “30 Seconds to Fame” and was featured on

E!’s “Chelsea Lately.”



Sept 17-19
Tim Pulnik with Rob Sherwood

Tim Pulnik’s high energy, animation and quick wit give an edge to his performing and writing style. He has showcased at the Boston Comedy Festival and

was a finalist at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. He has been recognized for his comedic edge by ABC, HBO and Showtime and has performed at multiple

comedy clubs across the U.S.


Sept 24-26
Dean Napolitano with Vince Carone
Born in New York and raised in the South, Napolitano brings his unique views on family life and humor in everyday situations. He is also a recognizable

actor who has made more than 50 television and movie appearances. His TV credits include guest appearances on ABC’s “What About Brian” and “Good

Morning America” and NBC’s “Heroes,” among others.


About Palace Station

Palace Station Hotel and Casino features a full array of gaming offerings and six full-service restaurants, including Pasta Palace, Cabo Cantina, Grand Café,

The Broiler, Feast Buffet and Food Express. Palace Station is located on Sahara Avenue adjacent to Interstate 15, just west of the Las Vegas Strip at 2411 W.

Sahara Avenue. Call (702) 367-2411 or visit www.palacestation.com for more information.

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