Thursday, May 28, 2015

Catch the Season Finale of Romo Tonight Live at the Flycatcher on Sunday

Posted By on Thu, May 28, 2015 at 11:11 AM

click image If you haven't seen this local late night talk show yet, you're missing out. - COURTESY OF ROMO TONIGHT LIVE
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  • If you haven't seen this local late night talk show yet, you're missing out.

Tucson's very own live late night talk show is wrapping up its first year on the stage of The Flycatcher and you won't want to miss the show. Romo Tonight Live, hosted by Steven Romo, is celebrating its "season finale" with local comedians, musicians, a bartending competition and more on Sunday, May 31. 

If you haven't seen Romo's show before, which happens on the last Sunday of every month, think of it like any other late night talk show a la Conan or Jimmy Fallon except you don't have to go to New York or L.A. to be in the audience. Plus, each show is jam packed with guests, featuring the folks in Tucson that are making the town a more fun, interesting or generally better place.

For Sunday's show, guests include comedians Josiah Osego and Henry Barajas, magician Kenny Stewart and Jared McKinley showing off their new Yacht Rock white wine, comic maker and cosplayer Frank Powers, Jes Baker of the Body Love Conference, mountain climber Adrea Richmond and stripper Alexa Michelle answering audience questions. House band Dirty P and the Thunderchiefs, as well as WHOOPS!, will be providing the evening's music.

This month's event will also feature a vodka-centric cocktail competition that will pit bartenders Karl Goranowski, Erick Bornmann, and Matt Martinez against each other in a cocktail quiz off.

You can catch all of that Sunday starting at 9:30 p.m. at The Flycatcher, located at 340 E. Sixth St. Ticket will be sold at the door the day of the show for $5.

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