COOL KIDS PATIO SHOW HOSTED BY ANDIE MAIN – Tickets – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR – September 20th, 2018

COOL KIDS PATIO SHOW HOSTED BY ANDIE MAIN

Every Thursday in September - Free Comedy & Music on the Patio

COOL KIDS PATIO SHOW HOSTED BY ANDIE MAIN

Nariko Ott, Debbie Wooten, Dylan Jenkins, Music by Joaquin Lopez with Antonio Centurion

Thursday, September 20, 2018

6:00 pm (event ends at 8:00 pm)

This event is 21 and over

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Nariko Ott
Nariko Ott
Winner of the Portland's Funniest Person Contest 2016 and named one of SplitSider Magazine's "Top Up and Coming Comedians" in 2015, Nariko Ott is definitely a name you won't forget. He's been accepted into the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, The Beast Village Comedy Festival and the Idaho Laugh Fest. Always working, Nariko frequently features at Helium Comedy Club and clubs all over. He was host of "No Pun Intendo" at Ground Kontrol in Portland and the Willamette Week also named Nariko Ott as a member of their “Funniest Five." He also had the great pleasure of opening for Kurt Braunholer on his Comedy Central special "Trust Me."
Music by Joaquin Lopez with Antonio Centurion
Music by Joaquin Lopez with Antonio Centurion
Joaquin Lopez will perform boleros, rancheras, and original compositions with harpist Antonio Centurion. Like a telenovela, Joaquin enjoys infusing drama and action into his performances expressing the emotional longing, torture, and dolor that love incites. He has a flair for the dramatic and is deeply inspired by his Latin American flame within his soul.

Joaquin Lopez is a Mexican American performing artist from Portland, Oregon who blends music and storytelling and he holds a passion for producing cultural events that honor Latin American heritage. Professionally, he is the Arts & Culture Manager at Latino Network and coordinates the UNID@S for Oregon statewide leadership program. He is the first recipient of the Espiritu Award presented by Milagro. He is also the oldest son of the Lopez family who for eighteen years has run La Bonita Mexican restaurant in the Alberta Arts District. Non-profit boards he serves on are the Hollywood Theatre and Open Signal of which he is the Mayoral Appointee. Joaquin received his B.F.A. in Theatre Arts from Southern Oregon. He also holds a Masters in Counseling from Portland State University and is a Board Certified Counselor and runs a private practice.