Snowed in Comedy Tour hits Alberni

What do you get when four comedians join forces to go snowboarding during the day and do comedy shows at night? You get the Snowed In Comedy Tour, which will hit the Capitol Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 8.

Peter Kelamis has now joined the tour.

What do you get when four comedians join forces to go snowboarding during the day and do comedy shows at night? You get the Snowed In Comedy Tour, which will hit the Capitol Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 8.

All accomplished comedians in their own rights, Dan Quinn, Phil Nichol, Craig Campbell and Peter Kelamis speak as much of their snowboarding escapades on their tour blog as their performances.

Kelamis recently joined the tour, replacing Glenn Wool, who has a few prior engagements.

Kelamis, who is a strong stand-up comic, has twice been nominated as Canadian Comedian of the Year and currently portrays Adam Brody on the Stargate Universe series.

The comedians will likely hit the slopes at Mount Washington Alpine Resort—which has the deepest snowbase in the world right now, and arguably the best powder west of the Canadian Rockies—before heading to the Capitol for their show Tuesday night.

Tickets for the Snowed In Comedy Tour are available at the Capitol box office. Please call 250-723-1195 for show time and ticket prices.

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