Southwest Chief Bicycle & Comedy Festival Names Headliner

Southwest Chief Bicycle & Comedy Festival Saturday night headliner, David Gborie, selected as the new “Voice Of Comedy Central”

With only two weeks remaining before the first Southwest Chief Bicycle & Comedy Festival, David Gborie, the event’s Saturday night headliner and co-host of the hit podcast “All Fantasy Everything” has been revealed as the next voice of Comedy Central. In a virtual passing of the mic current Comedy Central Spokesperson, Kyle Kinane, announced that his tenure as the channel’s signature voice was coming to an end and that David Gborie has been selected to take his place. The news came in the form of an instagram post.

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“Congrats to @coolguyjokes87 on becoming the new voice of Comedy Central. Time for me to turn in my gun and badge and retire to Boca Raton.”

In recent years David Gborie, known on instagram as @coolguyjokes87, has earned a reputation for being a fresh and unique voice in the national comedy scene. With his unveiling as Comedy Central’s next spokesperson the Colorado raised comedian’s voice will now be heard daily by millions of comedy enthusiasts throughout the country.

David Gborie will be arriving via Amtrak’s Southwest Chief train in Trinidad, CO on Friday May 3rd and will be performing stand-up at Brix Sports Bar and Grill for one night only on Saturday May 4th at 8pm.

Gborie will be joined for the three day festival by 80+ other comics including Friday night headliner Billy Wayne Davis and festival host Sam Tallent. Additional performers include Ron Lynch of “Bob’s Burgers”, Chris Charpentier of “Those Who Can’t” and late night talk show regular Brad Wenzel.

With twenty-five comedy showcases and over a dozen live podcast recordings, the Southwest Chief Bicycle & Comedy Festival is offering a weekend jam packed with laughs. Whether it is the nationally acclaimed game show “Late Late Breakfast” at Brix, the comedy infused drinking game “Designated Drunkard” at Moose’s or the three hour lineup of family friendly comedy being offered at the Carnegie Public Library, this one-of-a-kind train, bicycle and comedy festival truly has laughs for everybody.

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