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The B-town Comedy Festival

Similar to the popular show, "Last Comic Standing," comedians go head to head and are eliminated each week.

The Funny Bone Comedy Club hosts its first comedy festival. The contest features 32 local and regional comedians competing for the right to be called the “Funniest Person In Bloomington.” Similar to the popular show, “Last Comic Standing,” comedians go head to head and are eliminated each week. Dayna Thompson, Co-owner of the club describes the voting process.

You can tickle your funny bone at the club every Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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