About this event
The Boho welcomes back the very funny, Will Phillips to Host. And we are so excited to have Rick Matthews Feature and Shaun Murphy Headline! Both of these hilarious comedians will be making their Boho debut! Don’t miss it!
Showtimes: 6:30pm & 8:30pm
*Doors will open at 6pm for the 6:30 show. Doors will open at 8:30pm for the 8:30 show.
Tickets: $15 per person
Please select the number of people in your party when purchasing your table. You will only be seated with people from your party.
At this time, a cash bar and snacks are available for purchase inside The Boho. A full bar and menu is available upstairs at The Bistro.
We have PLENTY of parking in the back of the hotel, in the lower lot by the river. This is also the closest lot to The Boho.
*Proof of Covid Vaccination is required to attend for all members in your party. 18+ to attend and 21+ to drink responsibly.
ABOUT OUR COMEDIANS
Shaun Murphy is a comedian originally from Buffalo, NY who has performed in many clubs and colleges throughout North America. He has told jokes at prestigious places like the Asheville Comedy Festival, the Boston Comedy Festival, the Helium Comedy Clubs to less prestigious places like a high school graduation party with a broken microphone. He has been lucky enough to feature for a diverse group of headliners such as Dave Attell, Mark Normand, Jen Kirkman and Tom Green.
Shaun’s like-ability and awkwardness keeps audiences captivated whenever he performs. However, he thinks it’s really weird to impress strangers by talking about his accomplishments but hopefully it worked. If not, that’s okay too. He currently lives in New York City with a lot of roommates and no money.
Rick Matthews is a comic who was born and raised in Western NY. His first album “This Is Where I Lose You” can now be heard on SIRIUS/XM Raw Dog Radio, among other SIRIUS/XM stations. He has taken what he has learned from growing up in Buffalo has taught him, which is being hard working, gritty, raw, and destined to be in second place. He has developed a reputation for being honest, relatable, and painfully endearing. His family, past, and full-length mirror give him all of the material he needs to keep crowds amused and excited about what he’s going to say next.