The American Legion Riders Post 119 proudly invite you to the must see performance of Comedy Warriors-Healing Through Humor. It features two severely wounded veterans turned comedians. Comedian Bobby Henline is a motivational and inspirational speaker, as well as an outstanding actor. He has given his all for his country and fellow veterans. Like Bobby, Comedian Joe Kashnow was also wounded in Iraq and has given his life over to comedy as well. This is your chance to see and meet these amazing men. You are in for the comedy experience of a lifetime. Both comedians took part in a movie called “Comedy Warriors.” They are comedy warriors in the true sense of the word. It is a privilege to have these two together for the first time here in Estes Park. This opportunity to see them on stage together may never come again.   This performance is sponsored by the beautiful Ridgeline Hotel. It will be held in the conference center at the Ridgeline May 11th 7- 9 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.  Tickets can be purchased at the American Legion, at the show, or online at    esteslegion.org. General admission is $25 in advance, $30 at the door. VIP tickets are $50, are limited and will not be sold at the door. VIP’s receive preferred seating at the show and dinner at the American Legion before the show with the comedians.    American Legion Riders on their motorcycles will be escorting these men from DIA to Estes Park the day before the show. The Federal Protection Agency is providing an official escort for the procession. Any motorcyclist’s interested in participating in this ride may do so by contacting American Legion Post 119 Estes Park.    100% of all money raised from this event will be used to help veterans, their families, and the community.  Join us for this night of honor, inspiration and laughter. It will be an evening you will never forget.

The American Legion Riders Post 119 proudly invite you to the must see performance of Comedy Warriors-Healing Through Humor. It features two severely wounded veterans turned comedians. Comedian Bobby Henline is a motivational and inspirational speaker, as well as an outstanding actor. He has given his all for his country and fellow veterans. Like Bobby, Comedian Joe Kashnow was also wounded in Iraq and has given his life over to comedy as well. This is your chance to see and meet these amazing men. You are in for the comedy experience of a lifetime. Both comedians took part in a movie called “Comedy Warriors.” They are comedy warriors in the true sense of the word. It is a privilege to have these two together for the first time here in Estes Park. This opportunity to see them on stage together may never come again.

This performance is sponsored by the beautiful Ridgeline Hotel. It will be held in the conference center at the Ridgeline May 11th 7- 9 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the American Legion, at the show, or online at esteslegion.org. General admission is $25 in advance, $30 at the door. VIP tickets are $50, are limited and will not be sold at the door. VIP’s receive preferred seating at the show and dinner at the American Legion before the show with the comedians.

American Legion Riders on their motorcycles will be escorting these men from DIA to Estes Park the day before the show. The Federal Protection Agency is providing an official escort for the procession. Any motorcyclist’s interested in participating in this ride may do so by contacting American Legion Post 119 Estes Park.

100% of all money raised from this event will be used to help veterans, their families, and the community. Join us for this night of honor, inspiration and laughter. It will be an evening you will never forget.

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