Comedy Night at Good Times of Olean to benefit 12U Oilers Cooperstown Baseball

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Event Date(s): Sat, 02/10/2018 - 5:00pm - 10:00pm
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Comedy Night at Good Times of Olean

Join us for food, drinks and lots of laughs! The Olean Oilers are bringing in two comedians, each with a unique style! Proceeds from the event benefit the 12U Oilers Cooperstown Baseball team.  Be entertained by top notch comedians, Jim Flannigan & Al Jackson, AND live music from 5pm-10pm, including dinner.  Tickets are $30/each. 

Over the last decade, Jim Flannigan has become a mainstay at many of the top comedy clubs around the country.  Hailing from Chicago, Jim's quick wit and smart humor have made him a favorite at colleges, comedy clubs and corporate events alike.  Jim's hilarious material has earned him a growing fan base and industry recognition, recently making his TV debut and being selected as a finalist in the 2015 World Series of Comedy.  Find out more at

Al Jackson is a Los Angeles-based stand-up comedian, writer, and TV/radio personality best known for his 30-minute “Comedy Central Presents: Al Jackson” special, his role as host of the BAFTA-nominated BBC series, “Officially Amazing” and for his first 1 hour special which premiered on NUVO this past July. Al has also be seen on Comedy Underground with Dave Attell, on FXX's "Legit", on GSN’s Mind of a Man”, on the NickMOM series, "Parental Discretion" and seasons 1 and 2 of TruTV's "How To Be A Grown Up".  Born and raised in Cleveland, Al began his comedy career while working as a middle school teacher in Miami.  Find out more about Al at


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Good Times of Olean
800R East State St.
Olean , NY 14760
United States
Phone: 716-378-2212 or 716-378-3506
42° 4' 26.688" N, 78° 24' 51.2676" W
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