Laugh and Raise the Paddle!

Great Waters’ Comedy Cabaret Starring the Hilarious and Handsome, Juston McKinney!

WOLFEBORO, NH, July 25, 2019 – Great Waters Music Festival (GWMF) is bringing an evening of complimentary cocktails, fine food, a few very special LIVE auction opportunities, and most importantly, lots of laughter on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at The Barn: The Inn on Main in Wolfeboro, NH at 6:00pm. 

This comedy cabaret stars comedian, Juston McKinney, to deliver lots of laughter. New England’s Juston McKinney returns with lots of new material!! It’s been a busy year for Juston having just released his new special “Parentally Challenged” on Amazon Prime. Last year he filmed a Showtime Special with Rob Gronkowski, “Unsportsmanlike Comedy”, and performed at the TD Garden with Denis Leary and Jimmy Fallon as part of “Comics Come Home”. 

Juston is consistently selling out theaters, has two Comedy Central Specials, both; a one-hour and half-hour, multiple appearances on the Tonight Show, and on Conan O’Brien, but there’s no place like home!

The LIVE auction includes priceless items such as a New York City trip to see HAMILTON and the Jimmy Fallon show, a Bald Peak Colony Club stay, and a music and dinner evening, all for your friends and families to bid on. All proceeds support Great Waters’ 25th anniversary season program and initiatives. 

The night will begin with cocktails and d’oeuvres at 6:00pm, followed by the dinner cabaret at 7:00pm. To enjoy this evening of fun, prices are $100/per person, $1,500 funnybone table for 8-10, or $2,000 hilariously helpful table for 8-10. 

For tickets: Call Great Water’s office at 603-569-7710, email, or stop by the office with a check or credit card located on 54 North Main St., Wolfeboro, NH.

GWMF is wrapping up their summer season with only one more incredible act, delivering the best of the blues.

About Great Waters Music Festival:
Founded in 1995, Great Waters Music Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to culturally enriching New Hampshire’s Lakes Region.  Dr. Gerald Mack, Director of the Worcester Chorus and a former professor at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, founded the non-profit summer festival to encompass a diversified program designed to appeal to a variety of musical tastes. More importantly, Great Waters Music Festival was created to promote live musical performances including choral, symphonic, folk, pop, jazz, Broadway, dance, and renowned vocal and instrumental artists, both amateur and professional alike, for the benefit of the Lakes Region.

For more information about Great Waters Music Festival visit or call Cheryll Andrews at 603-569-7710.

For pre-performance interviews or on-air performances, please contact Maura Webster at or at 774-249-5582. 


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