Special Event

Steven Crowder from Louder with Crowder

Steven Blake Crowder is an American-Canadian conservative political commentator, media host, actor and standup comedian.

Early in his career, Crowder worked for Fox News and posted satirical videos on conservative media platforms. Once his relationship with Fox News ended, Crowder began hosting Louder with Crowder, a daily political podcast and YouTube channel, which features comedic content and political commentary from a conservative viewpoint. The program is popular among young conservatives and includes a recurring segment called "Change My Mind", in which Crowder discusses controversial topics with bystanders who are often college students.

TICKETS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR THE THURSDAY SHOW

Feature: TBD

Tickets: $45-$75

  • Early shows are 18+ with valid ID unless stated otherwise.
  • Shows starting at 10 PM or later are 21+ with valid ID.
  • Ticket price is more expensive at the door.
  • Premium seating is in the front couple of rows. GA is first come, first serve.
  • No refunds on any ticket purchase.
  • 2-item recommended minimum in showroom. Most comedy clubs require you to purchase 2 drinks, we just recommend it! Not only does it help us keep the lights on, but it is scientifically proven that food and drinks will make you laugh more!

Show/Doors Times

  • 6:00 PM Show/5:00 PM Doors
  • 7:00 PM Show/6:00 PM Doors
  • 10:00 PM Show/9:15 PM Doors

Steven Blake Crowder is an American-Canadian conservative political commentator, media host, actor and standup comedian.

Early in his career, Crowder worked for Fox News and posted satirical videos on conservative media platforms. Once his relationship with Fox News ended, Crowder began hosting Louder with Crowder, a daily political podcast and YouTube channel, which features comedic content and political commentary from a conservative viewpoint. The program is popular among young conservatives and includes a recurring segment called "Change My Mind", in which Crowder discusses controversial topics with bystanders who are often college students.