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Now & Later @ Flight Path

Comedy and cannabis 😮‍💨

Luke Severeid onstage making a funny face
Every
3rd Sat

3rd Saturdays

Not to be confused with the candy, Now & Later is a cannabis-infused comedy experience. And like the chew that seemingly lasts forever, this show offers an extension of enjoyment. 

Flight Path has one of the best comedy open mics, held weekly on Wednesdays, and with this event, host and producer Luke Severeid brings a rowdy night to the venue. Employing the wild facial expressions of a bass player, Severeid presents comics who slang jokes (the “Now”), smoke dope, then do another comedy set—loaded (the “Later”). Bonus: Audience participation is encouraged via a QR code where you can send questions for the host to ask during the second set.

January’s lineup includes Jes Anderson, a self-described anxious comic. Then there’s Brendan Gay, who mixes humor about minority culture with growing up as a millennial, and Matt Torkelson from Wisconsin, where weed is STILL recreationally illegal. So… a comedian, a millennial, and an outlaw walk into a bar Pro Tip: Save a couple bucks by buying tickets online in advance ($8 vs. $10). Or even better, grab a VIP booth for $50. You get four seats, four drinks, and dedicated table service.

📸: Courtesy Luke Severeid | Photo by Dan Moore

Patheresa Wells is a Black/Persian, Pansexual, Polyamorous Poet and Writer (so many Ps) living in Seatac. An aspiring comic, you can catch her cracking jokes at open mics around the area. In her free time, she likes to imagine what she'd do with free time and feed her backyard crows cuz they're silly. Follow her on Twitter @PatheresaWells.

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