Steve Burr (Headliner)
Steve Burr grew up in Rochester, NY and got his start in stand-up comedy by placing third in the 1994 "Funniest Person in Rochester Contest". He has since gone on to become a favorite at comedy clubs and college campuses across the United States and Canada and also makes regular trips overseas to entertain US troops stationed in places such as Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Japan. In addition to his stand-up career, Steve is the host of his own iTunes podcast show, "The Threesome Show", has traveled the country as the face of the webisode series, "Odd America" and is also the creator/producer/MC of the annual fund-raising event, "Comics Against Cancer". Realizing that when people go to a comedy show they are there for one laugh, Steve very naturally gets them to do just that. Combining great story telling, everyday observations, interaction with the audience and the simple desire to have fun, he brings the complete comedy package to the stage. Steve likes to give everyone a night away from it all and uses his personal brand of hilarity to do just that. He always seems to be having the best time on stage and with his silly antics you can't help but like him. So if you're looking for some good, clean fun, something a little different than anything you've experienced before, spend some time with Steve Burr and let the roller coaster ride begin.

Mark DeBonis
MARK DEBONIS (Just For Laughs; 2011 Great Canadian Laugh Off Winner; 2010 Canadian Comedy Award Winner and 2009 Tim Sims Award Nominee; finalist on XM Radio’s Canada’s Next Top Comic) Mark DeBonis took the plunge into stand up in 2008. In 2010 he won a Canadian Comedy award for “Best New Comer”. He followed that by winning the $25,000 grand prize for “The Great Canadian Laugh Off”. Mark has preformed multiple times at the International Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. Beside’s stand up he has produced numerous shows around Toronto, and is now one of the co-founders for “The LOT Comedy Club” which just won runner up for “Best Comedy Club” in Toronto. Mark had his acting debut in 2012 when he was in the award-winning movie “Picture Day” where he got to walk the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Mark can be seen/heard on CBC’s “Accent on Toronto”, CBC’s “The Debaters” Much Music, Comedy Network, and his Comedy Special filmed for I-Channels “No Kidding”.