Comedy Nite

Event Information


Join us for a night of celebration, entertainment and saving lives! We’ve given more than 7,500 dogs and puppies what they need most…a second chance for life. This night will celebrate our accomplishments, our continued growth, and future success. Le Woof: A Night in Paris is Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 5-9 p.m. at the Fort Collins Marriott (350 E Horsetooth Road).


No reservations will be available at the door. Limited seating, ticket sales limited to first 375 people. COMEDY NITE SOLD OUT IN 2018; GET YOUR 2019 TICKET BEFORE THEY ARE GONE!

PLEASE NOTE: All dinner entree choices are due by Monday, April 9, 2019. Guests without an entree choice submitted will receive the vegan option. MENU COMING SOON.

  • Doors open & silent auction begins at 5:00 p.m.
  • Adoptable Meet N Greet from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
  • Comedy entertainment & ballroom program begins at 6:30 p.m.

Our unique evening will include:

  • Full dinner with a French theme
  • Emcee
  • Auctioneer
  • Opening comedian
  • Headliner comedian Chris Voth
  • Adoptable Dogs
  • Cash bar
  • Complimentary glass of wine inthe ballroom
  • New Belgium Brewing limited edition LED sign sale
  • Silent auction, live auction, photo booth, Heads or Tails Game & more
  • Paddle Raiser/Direct Appeal


Emcee TBD

Auctioneer TBD

Opening Comedian TBD

Headliner Chris Voth is an accomplished comedian, a licensed teacher, and a published author. Hehas made several national television appearances, includingthe Late Late Show, Last Comic Standing, and Comics Unleashed. He also appeared in his own half-hour special on Altitude Sports Cable andwas chosen for the prestigious Great American Comedy Festival. A 20-year comedy veteran, Chris is a past winner of the Denver Comedy Works Competition and has worked with everyone from Dave Chappelle to Larry the Cable Guy to Linda Ronstadt. Voths first comedy CD titled Never Mind the Jim J Bullocks, Heres the Chris Voth is currently available for purchase. Chris balances his performance schedule with a full-time high-school teaching career. You can read his short story, Stand Up and Deliver, published in the Cream City Review Literary Journal. In it, Chris shares the experiences he had when entering the teaching field after years in stand-up comedy. Check out his website!