Goodnight's celebrates thirty years of laughs
Posted April 18, 2013
Raleigh, N.C. — The years have flown by for Goodnight's Comedy Club in Raleigh, which has been a downtown staple for three decades.
The club turned 30 this past October, and they're celebrating with even more big-name comedy shows, including Corey Holcomb, Greg Proops and Paul Reiser. As one of the few remaining independently-owned comedy clubs, the owners are happy to have reached thirty years in Raleigh, and are looking forward to even more.
"Goodnight's is one of only a handful of clubs around the country to reach this milestone," co-owner Shannon Reeder said. "We have an awesome local community that continues to support an open artistic forum like live comedy."
Goodnight's has shows every weekend and the always-popular Fajita-Margarita Comedy Showcase on Wednesday nights. If you join their mailing list, you'll receive two free tickets, plus another two free tickets for your birthday.