Helium Comedy Club
1510 S.E. 9th Avenue Portland, OR 97214
(888) 643-8669 | More Info: heliumcomedy.com
Come join us for an AMAZING evening starring comedian Nick Thune, magician Hart Keene, and the jazz quartet of Quartet Barbette. The evening begins at 6:30 with close-up magic in the Hawthorne lounge and live jazz in the 9th Ave lounge. Our three act comedy show starts in the showroom at 8:00.
The open bar packages go from 6:30-9:30pm. Standard open bar includes beer, wine, and well drinks. Premium open bar includes beer, wine, and PREMIUM drinks. We do NOT serve shots. We will NOT serve you if you are visibly intoxicated.
All tickets come with a free ticket to a future show!
Please note that ticket prices will increase on December 11.
All tickets may be picked up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime).
Nick Thune grew up in Seattle and moved to LA to pursue his dream of comedy. Since then he has performed on The Tonight Show two times and on both occasions, he won. Also, Nick has a half hour special on Comedy Central an appearance on Late Night w/ Jimmy Fallon and his own web series w/ Atom Films at nicksbigshow.com.
Nick’s album, Thick Noon, was released in February of 2010 by Comedy Central Records. Nick can be seen in Mike Judge’s movie “Extract” and the independent film “Highway 61” opposite Tobin Bell. Thune’s other film credits include “Spring Breakdown”, “Unaccompanied Minors” and “Knocked Up”. Currently, Nick is touring the country, changing lives one joke at a time.
Hart Keene has been presenting his unique style of interactive magic and mentalism all over the Northwest for over 10 years. His repeat clients of note include Nike, Intel, Microsoft, and Life Technologies-to name a few! In 2010 he appeared on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent!” He performs over 200 shows per year at corporate functions, colleges, fairs, trade shows, and private events. Hart combines expert sleight-of-hand, sophisticated psychological illusions, and comedy to create a one of a kind experience. Audiences love his presentations because they are part of the show, not merely spectators.