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Jun 7th & 8th at 8 PM

Located in the Chinook Winds Convention Center!

Tickets on sale April 2, 2024 at 10am! Reserve your seats by phone at 1-888-MAIN ACT (1-888-624-6228), in person at Chinook Winds Box Office, or online through the link above or on

Tickets: $15. Must be 21 or older to attend. Doors open at 7pm, no-host bar available.

All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

ID required for will call pick up. If these tickets are a gift, please call (541) 996-5700 and arrange for will call ticket release.


Chinook Winds Casino Resort utilizes Etix as the official ticketing company for events on its property. Please be advised that any other ticketing website and/or outlet is not an authorized seller, or reseller, of tickets for events at Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Purchasing tickets outside of Etix and Chinook Winds Casino Resort may result in fraudulent tickets, or tickets that cannot be used for entry. These tickets will not be exchanged and/or refunded by Chinook Winds Casino Resort or Etix.




Ken Rogerson, the funniest man you’ve never heard of, started his comedy career working the Chicago club circuit and at the famed Second City. After touring with the improvisational troupe The Comedy Rangers, Ken moved east and became a central part of the now famous and infamous exploding Boston comedy scene of the 1980’s. There he honed his standup act to a fine edge.

Rogerson is one busy comic. A recent hit on Showtime’s Billy Gardell’s Road Dogs, just off his third Rescue Me Comedy Tour, appearances in Showtime’s When Standup Stood Out, and recently seen on CNN Comedy and at the TBS LOL Lounge from The Comedy Festival in Vegas, you may have also seen him as “Kevin the Biker Fireman” on F/X’s hit show Rescue Me starring Denis Leary or as “Pat the Cop” on ABC’s It’s All Relative with Lenny Clarke. He has made numerous other television appearances on such shows as NBC’s , Late night with Conan O’Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman, Last Comic Standing, Comics Come Home for Comedy Central and Showtime’s A Pair of Jokers, just to name a few.

A writer, sketch player, actor and comedian, Ken wrote and starred in comedy film pieces on Fox Television Network’s Sunday Comics and has made film appearances in Fever Pitch and There’s Something About Mary. He has also been seen on Byron Allen’s Comedy Jam and starred in his own episode of Who Wants to Date a Comic? Rogerson has also written for the new series Sirens.

Comedian Art Krug has a style that has been described as intelligent, surprising, and universal. Krug’s quirky observations about everything from strange news stories to free range chicken will take you in a direction you couldn’t have guessed.

A staple of Pacific Northwest comedy since the eighties, Krug has also traveled across the U.S. and into Canada, performing at such prestigious venues as The Improv in L.A. and The Riviera in Las Vegas. Krug has appeared on cruise ships and comedy clubs, colleges and corporate parties for over 30 years. He has appeared on The Showtime Network and won the Peoples Choice Award at the Bend Comedy Festival 2010.

Beau McDowell is a standup comedian and co-host of the Losers With A Dream podcast with comedy legend Lisa Lampanelli. Beau performs regularly on the East Coast, and is known for his big personality, his big stature, and his even bigger sense of humor about his former struggles with substance abuse, family co-dependence, and his search for self-acceptance. Beau’s ability to approach serious and sometimes heartbreaking experiences with levity and warmth differentiate him as a comedian on the rise with something new to say.