MIDDLE POINT — Van Del Drive-in Theater will offer a live comedy show featuring Ricky Glore beginning at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5, at its location, 19986 Lincoln Highway, Middle Point.
Gates will open at 2:30 p.m. The opening acts will be Zach Wycuff and Billy Devore. Tickets are $25 at vandeldrivein.simpletix.com.
Concessions and restrooms will be available, but masks are required when guests are moving around the drive-in.
Courtesy of Saunders Theater Properties:
About the comedians:
Zach Wycuff (hey, that’s me!) uses storytelling and sharp wit to charm and delight audiences.
He is the two-time winner of the Funniest Person in Cincinnati contest, one-time winner of Funniest
Person in Columbus contest, and no-time winner of most other things. He has had the pleasure of
sharing the stage with acts such as Chad Daniels, Jimmy Pardo, Big Jay Oakerson, and Brian Posehn. He
has also been featured in multiple comedy festivals across the Midwest.
When Billy DeVore turned 21 in 2011, he discovered he could go to bars, grab a microphone, and make
people laugh. Since then, he has performed at comedy clubs, breweries, and music venues all over the
country. An over the top, loud, and high pitched fireball of goofy energy, he makes a compelling and
charming co-host of the Cincinnati Reds focused podcast, “The New Nasty Boys,” which is a part of the
Armchair Media Network. His comedic presence is unavoidable in his hometown of Cincinnati, OH, as he
produces and hosts half a dozen different comedy shows. Billy’s debut album, “Drinking at the Kids
Table,” debuted #1 on iTunes. So, grab a drink, sit back, and enjoy his light-hearted stories about family,
food, and his full-time job of being a cat dad.
Ricky Glore can be heard on his newly released album, SPITTING IMAGE (iTunes, Spotify, Sirius XM), THE
BOB AND TOM SHOW, seen on DRY BAR COMEDY SPECIAL DAD BOD, and is the head writer of the
nationally syndicated #ExplainAMoviePlotBadly commercials airing on the IFC network.