Comedian Aries Spears Brings His ‘Distinctive and Poignant’ Comedy To Louisville

This weekend, comedian Aries Spears is bringing his “distinctive and poignant” comedy to the Louisville Comedy Club this Friday through Sunday, May 13-15. Spears, a MAD TV alumnus of eight seasons, is the host of a podcast, “Spears and Steinberg.” He’s also had roles in movies such as “Jerry Maguire” and “The Pest.” He has several comedy specials, including on Showtime. 

Spears’ comedy spans current events, pop culture and definitely a host of impressions. This show is adults only. Tickets are on sale for the shows at this link: or 502-795-1919

Shows run Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.; Sun. at 7:30 p.m.

What to know about Louisville Comedy Club: 

  • Premium seating is in the front couple of rows. GA is first come, first serve.
  • No refunds on any ticket purchase.
  • 2-item minimum in showroom. This can be food, alcohol, or non-alcoholic beverages.

From Spears’ biography:  

“Ever since New York native Aries Spears was 14 years old, he has been a force to be reckoned with in the comedy scene throughout America. His quick wit, charisma and ferociously aggressive style of comedy have earned him critical acclaim, high accolades, and above all, a busy schedule. From being a regular on Fox’s Mad TV, starring in feature films, appearing on a number of national talk shows, and continually touring the country where he continually sells out each and every city, Aries’ talents are widespread as he just passed the 3 million spins played on Pandora and his podcast is one of the ‘Musts’ in the US.”

Aries Spears plays Louisville Comedy Club located at 110 W Main St. on May 13-15. 

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Comedian Aries Spears Brings His ‘Distinctive and Poignant’ Comedy To Louisville

Erica Rucker is LEO Weekly’s editor-in-chief. In addition to her work at LEO, she is a haphazard writer, photographer, tarot card reader, and fair-to-middling purveyor of motherhood. Her earliest memories are of telling stories to her family and promising that the next would be shorter than the first. They never were. You can follow Erica on Twitter, but beware of honesty, overt blackness, and occasional geeky outrage.


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