Kay Dodd and Kenn Kington are back in Polk County this Friday night to put on a show to help benefit one of Polk County’s nonprofits who are in dire need of help.

Tickets are still on sale for the upcoming comedy show set to start on Friday night at 7 p.m.

Dodd and Kington, both nationally-touring headliners, have shared stages with some of the biggest names in comedy and are bringing their brand of humor to the Cedartown Performing Arts Center for a show that is raising money for Our House Women’s Shelter, which serves victims of domestic violence here in Polk County.

Tickets are just $15 for the Stand Up for Hope Comedy night, and can be purchased online or at the box office ahead of the 7 p.m. start on October 14.

Those who want to watch Kington ahead of time before getting to see some new material on Friday night can find specials on Netflix, Amazon Prime and even appearances on Comedy Central. Kington is also on XM Radio regularly.

Dodd also has a special on Prime Video and is on the Dove Channel.

Cedartown City Commissioners during their Monday meeting also encouraged the public to go enjoy the comedy show and support Our House Women’s Shelter. They additionally noted the need is greater than ever, since the shelter has recently found itself with a need for funding help.

“Even if you can’t go yourself, purchase a ticket for someone you know who can,” Commissioner Matt Foster said. He added the organization can benefit from the help from the ticket sales, and proceeds go to Our House Women’s Shelter.

Commissioner Dale Tuck also added for great family-friendly comedy, Dodd and Kington put on a great show.




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