Habajeeba Good Time Happy Hour Comedy Show
Hab’-a-jee’-ba (Hab: sounds like “have” with a “b”) Not a n. (necessarily…) Not a v. (necessarily…) But a word, coined by Brian Gary and Todd Harding, years ago, to make a statement. A statement that listeners in our region have adopted to express utter joy and gratitude that it’s FRIDAY! Habajeeba!
Back for their 6th annual variety show as they conclude the celebration of their 25th anniversary of on-air partnership, the unstoppable and hilarious K99 Good Morning Guys bring you the Habajeeba Good Time Variety Happy Hour Comedy Show. Brian, Todd and Susan will take the stage at the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley for the first time ever on the evening of Friday, January 31st.
The show promises to bring down the house by leaving no comedic stone unturned. Interacting with a devoted listening audience through games, original skits, stand-up comedy, singing, dancing and so much more! Parmalee, Jon Pardi and Brothers Osborne will join in the fun and make this a night to remember.
Since 2010 this has been a sold out performance, with hundreds of fans left to wonder what they’d missed. Even with a larger venue to seat more fans, this year’s milestone show is on track to sell out once again.
Country Music Artist Lineup
American country music sensation Parmalee, consists of brothers Matt Thomas (lead vocals, guitar) and Scott Thomas (drums) along with their cousin Barry Knox (bass) and Josh McSwain (guitar) who is a best friend since childhood. The band is signed to Broken Bow Records’ Stoney Creek division and has charted two songs in the Top 40 of Country Airplay. Their song Carolina is currently the #1 song on the country music charts.
Jon Pardi released “Up All Night,” in April 2013. It became his first Top 20 hit on the U.S. Billboard Country Airplay chart. The song will appear on Pardi’s debut album, “Write You a Song”, which will be released January 14th, 2014.
Brothers Osborne is an American country music duo composed of brothers John Osborne and T.J. Osborne. They are signed to EMI Records Nashville. They released their debut single “Let’s Go There” in late 2013. Taste of Country gave the single 3.5 stars out of 5, with reviewer Billy Dukes saying that “The musicianship is strong and powerful from start to finish”. Chuck Dauphin of Roughstock wrote that it had “more of a bluesy feel” than most other modern country songs.
Tickets to the show benefit the 28 Hours of Hope and go on sale at Noon on Friday, December 13, 2013. If you are a member of the K99 Country Club, you will be able to purchase tickets on Thursday, December 12th at 10am via a pre-sale code emailed to Country Club members. Join the Country Club now to receive the code.
There are a variety of ticketing options available:
You can buy tickets online or visit the Union Colony Civic Center’s Box office, which is open Monday through Friday 12-6 pm and Saturdays 12-4 pm. The box office is also open one hour prior to the show, through 30 minutes after curtain if tickets are still available.
About the 28 Hours of Hope
This year in recognition of The Good Morning Guys 15th Annual 28 Hours of Hope fund-raising drive, a portion of every ticket sold for this year’s variety show will be donated to help fight child abuse in Northern Colorado. Proceeds will benefit three community organizations dedicated to helping children in our own backyard:
- A Kid’s Place in Greeley
- Namaqua Center in Loveland
- Larimer County Child Advocacy Center in Fort Collins
Since it’s inception, the Good Morning Guys have raised more than $750,000 in support of these organizations.