What's better than laughing together with a bunch of your closest friends? How about laughing together with a bunch of your closest friends while also helping to raise money for a great cause!

And that's a thing you'll be able to do in Missoula this weekend! Revival Comedy Night is going to be happening at the Zootown Arts Community Center on Saturday, December 4th beginning at 7:30. And all proceeds from this night's show will be going towards the Missoula Food Bank, a cause which needs even more help around the holidays.

And if you want to help out even further than just with the cost of your ticket, you can even bring some non-perishable food donations, too!

Nathan St. Onge will perform as the headliner, with a lineup of comedians that include Nick Hyde, Abby Gallepsie, Stephanie Voisine, Maddy Holland, Kyle McAfee, and Alyssa Calabrese. The evening will be hosted by Sarah Aswell.

For all the information you need, you can check out their Facebook event page. You can also buy tickets directly at the ZACC's website.

This is the same night as the Reverse Parade of Lights in downtown Missoula, and that starts at 4:00 - so there you go! Head to the Reverse Parade around 4ish, grab a bite to eat somewhere downtown, and cap off the night at 7:30 with some comedy. There, I just planned out your entire Saturday night! I gotta start charging people for this.

Think you'll be heading out to check out this comedy show on Saturday at the ZACC?

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