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Comedian Josh Blue to Perform at Aims Community College on March 24

Aims Community College will host comedian Josh Blue on Thursday, March 24 at the new Aims Welcome Center, 4901 W. 20th St. in Greeley. 

Photo of Josh Blue

The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The north lobby doors open at 5:45 p.m. The auditorium doors open at 6 p.m. and the comedy show begins at 7 p.m. 

Attendees must follow Aims Community College policies and procedures, including but not limited to:

  • No food and beverage, including water bottles is allowed in the performance
  • No recording of any kind. No flash photography (artist request)
  •  Aims has a clear bag policy.  All guests are encouraged to not bring any type of bags to the venue to expedite the entry process, they will be able to enter the event with the following style and size bag:
    • Guests are allowed one large clear bag or one-gallon Ziploc style bag and
    • One small personal item as a small clutch or wallet

The event is sponsored by the Campus Activities Programming Board, Disability Access Services, and the Marketing Communication Department of Aims Community College. This program is funded by student fees and is provided for the students of Aims Community College. Call 970-339-6225 or email for more information. 

The views presented at this program do not necessarily represent those of Aims Community College.

About Josh Blue
Following his 3rd place finish on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Josh Blue is hitting the road with his As NOT Seen on TV Tour.  There’s nothing quite like the experience of seeing a Josh Blue show LIVE.  In the words of the great Howie Mandel, “This is the year of Josh Blue!”, so get your tickets and “Buckle UP!”. 

After his groundbreaking win on Last Comic Standing in 2006, Josh Blue has risen through the ranks to become a well-established headliner at venues throughout the world. In 2018, Josh crushed his set on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. In the same year, he was honored with a performance at the William H. Macy Gala at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. He wrapped up 2018 by recording his fifth hour special, Broccoli, at his home club, Comedy Works in Denver. Josh does over 200 shows a year, continuing to spread laughter and break down stereotypes of people with disabilities. His stand-up routine is in a constant state of evolution and his off-the-cuff improvisational skills guarantee that no two shows are alike. 

Critics have said Josh is not a cerebral palsy comic; he’s a comic who happens to have cerebral palsy.