There are many ways to break the monotony of the harsh winter months. One sure way is quite satisfying and to the point; take in a LIVE comedy show to relieve the stress of the season. That way, you can stop laughing in misery about the weather for a moment and instead focus your laughter on jokes told by a hilarious comedian. The guy for the job? Sean Patton, of Comedy Central fame, who's set to perform at the Lewis & Clark Taproom in Helena (1517 Dodge Avenue) on February 5th! As illustrated by Bone Dry Comedy, the organizers of the event, Patton, has appeared in two Comedy Central originals, Live at Gotham and Inside Amy Schumer. He has also been featured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, What's Your F@#king Deal?!, Viceland's Flophouse, IFC's Maron, TruTV's Those Who Can't, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, and This is Not Happening. (more below)

Sean Patton is also a true "comedy festival" guru who has graced the stages of venues in New York, Nashville, Los Angelos, Australia, and Canada. He also premiered his show NUMBER ONE at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017. This comedic "force to be reckoned with" has also released the comedy albums Scuttlebutt and King Scorpio. To see the comedic stylings of Sean Patton, set to keep you in stitches on February 5th at the Lewis & Clark Taproom in Helena, check out his YouTube video below. The night of the show, doors open at 6:30 pm, show begins at 7 pm. TICKETS are only $20 and can be purchased HERE via Bone Dry Comedy. To learn more about the Lewis & Clark Taproom and their events scheduled throughout the year, click here  -> TAPROOM. The Taproom's vibe is exceptional, so you're bound to be back for more.  **Video Below - Explicit language. Viewer discretion advised

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