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Kirov by Night

Created: 01/29/2014 8:57 AM WDIO.com

Andrew Kirov, host of Kirov by Night, stopped by the studio to discuss his upcoming show.

Kirov by Night is a late night comedy show. Previously, it had a five show run at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. Now the show is held at the Underground in Duluth.

The show features interviews, original comedy sketches, a house band and live performances. Duluth mayor Don Ness will be featured this coming Friday.

Kirov by Night combines the formats of The Tonight Show and Saturday Night Live to create something original. The next show will be held at The Underground, at 506 West Michigan Street, in Duluth. Tickets are $5 at the door, and the show begins at 8:00pm.

You can connect with Kirov by Night on Facebook or on the web.

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