ANDY GOLD is headed to NYC! $5 Admission proceeds go to Andy Gold!
Jan 6, 2013 at 7:30 PM
Ticket sales ended Jan 6, 2013 8:30 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Andy took the stage for the first time in May, 2010 at an open mic at Wiseguys Trolley Square. Since then, he's become a staple of the stand-up comedy scene in Salt Lake.
His unique brand of humor quickly captured the attention of local TV programs, newspapers, radio stations and other media outlets. In his act, he talks about his own life with a refreshing & unapologetic honesty. His laid back delivery & confident stage presence makes him effortlessly entertaining and his last 3 headline shows at Wiseguys have each earned the highest reviews.
His writing style & willingness to share his personal life struggles gives him an endearing style that is engaging & hilarious.
For the last 2 years, Andy has been making audiences at Wiseguys laugh harder than few others & has loved every minute of it...but now, it's time to move on. Sunday, Dec 9th will be the last time you can catch Andy's one-of-a-kind act before he moves to NYC.
This will be an experience you will not want to miss.
- 18+ Show -
Live Comedy : Genre: Rated PG-18
Andy Gold is a stand-up comedian. He rules. His jokes are totally sweet and way rad. A lot of times, after his shows, people say "Man, that dude's jokes were totally sweet and way rad." He got his start in Utah and quickly became a club regular at 3 different clubs. All of which are owned by the same dude and all called Wiseguys. This afforded Andy the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in the business and totally ruin their shows. It was dope. After just a few months, Andy began featuring on the road at various cow towns throughout the mountain west. In less than 2 years, he began headlining prestigious venues like active seniors communities and bowling allies. Andy also continued to do a lot of comedy at home and word spread quickly of his sweet jokes. He was soon featured in various news programs, papers, local TV shows, radio shows and virtually every other media outlet in the entertainment mecca that is Salt Lake. After a while, Andy got tired of being a well-liked and supported local comedian and moved to New York where he currently performs stand-up comedy and lives in a studio apartment that smells like a gas station mop.