Mustangs Bar in Aldergrove will begin their 'closing out weekend' with their final Comedy Night

Comedy night finale for Mustang’s Bar

Mustangs Bar in Aldergrove will begin their "closing out weekend" with their final Comedy Night, featuring headliner Vancouver's Simon King

Mustangs Bar in Aldergrove will begin their “closing out weekend” with their final Comedy Night, featuring headliner Vancouver’s own Simon King along with four other fantastic comedians. Supporting Simon King are Vancouver’s Chris Gaskin, Vancouver’s Larke Miller and just added Vancouver’s Stephen Peever. The night’s comedic host will be Langley’s own Dick Thompson.

Simon King utterly changes a room when he takes the stage. His high energy, aggressive, intelligent and edgy comedy style makes him nothing short of a force of nature. Known for his explosive performance that marries sharp socially conscious material with a keen point of view, Simon goes flat out with hilarious and game changing results.

In 2010 Simon recorded his first full length album, Unfamous, with Los Angeles based American comedy recording label Uproar Entertainment.

His unmistakable style, powerful commanding stage presence and lightning wit will win you over but the sheer hilarity and spontaneity of his performance will keep you coming back for more. From the simple to the surreal, from topical to absurd there’s no doubt that Simon King is like nothing else in the comedy world.

This will be Mustangs Bar’s final show. Mustang’s Entertainment is presently securing new venues throughout the Fraser Valley to continue this gut busting entertainment.

Mustangs bar is located at 3227 – 264 Street, Aldergrove; call 604-856-9004 or see website: www.mustangsbar.com

Comedy Night 2 on Friday, April 26, starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are available at Mustangs.

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The 24/7 Group is saddened to announce that Mustangs Bar is closing their doors forever April 30, 2013.

Due to changing business climates and the overall cost of overhead, 24/7 CEO and President Lucky Dhaliwal has decided to change their direction from the service industry to the entertainment industry and is pleased to announce the launch of Mustangs Entertainment.

Mustangs Entertainment will be a full service entertainment company.

“We will be able to offer security services, bartending services, DJ services and eventually catering. Mustangs Entertainment has two mechanical bulls available for events as well as a full PA system that can facilitate all levels of live entertainment,” said Dhaliwal.

Mustangs will also have the ability to provide all levels of live entertainment, from magicians, comedians, hypnotists, cover bands, tribute acts to the best national and international recordings artists. They even have a fire dancer.

Future plans of Mustangs Entertainment include providing printing services for poster and ticket production as well as a graphic artist to design posters and tickets for specialized events. Mustangs Entertainment is also planning the purchase of a catering trailer which will also be used for food service as well as a mobile bartending service.

Mustangs Entertainment has also launched a partnership with the Fraser Valley’s number one concert promoter, Rockitboy Entertainment. They have been responsible for bringing hundreds of major recording artists and events to the Fraser Valley and is very happy bringing Mustangs Entertainment on as another community partner. Mustangs Entertainment is very excited to be supporting Rockitboy Entertainment along with Country 107.1 Abbotsford in the production of recording artist Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertains at the Clarke Theatre in Mission, Saturday, May 11.

Mustangs Entertainment is also planning a partnership with local venues to insure that the musicians that have played their establishment still have venues to play at. As always the 24/7 group is dedicated to supporting up and coming local entertainers and will ensure that they continue to bring the best to a stage near you.

The 24/7 Group would like to thank their staff, the entertainers and most of all the citizens of Aldergrove for their years of support. The 24/7 group and Mustangs will continue to do business at the 24/7 Security offices at C1 – 3227 264th Ave Aldergrove, phone 604-625-0247.

Mustangs Bar is still open until the end of April and would like to invite all of their old friends to stop in for a last time. Mustangs will be hosting Comedy Night 2, Friday, April 26, featuring Simon King with guest Chris Gasken and Larke Miller and hosted by Dick Thompson. Mustangs’ final blow out event will be their closing down night, Saturday, April 27.

The location of Mustangs bar and Grill, C7 – 11, 3227 264th Ave Aldergrove will be closing down April 30 for an extensive renovation with a new ownership group in place. The pub will be opening as an Irish themed pub in August or September 2013. The 24/7 group and Mustangs Bar & Grill would like congratulate the new ownership group and wishes them all the best in their future endeavors.

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