Gabriel Isglesias has Okanagan fans roaring with laughter during his Friday night performance at Prospera Place in Kelowna.

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Gabriel Iglesias has Okanagan fans roaring with laughter at Fluffy Breaks Even tour stop at Prospera Place



Gabriel Iglesias had Okanagan fans roaring with laughter during the Fluffy Breaks Even tour stop at Kelowna’s Prospera Place Friday.

The comedian had an equally good time in Kelowna, extending his performance well beyond his original time slot.

Opening for Iglesias were fellow comedians and friends Rick Gutierrez and Martin Moreno.

All ages enjoyed the show, despite some more crude cracks from Gutierrez and Moreno’s self-admitted love for marijuana – but the audience was pre-warned.

Iglesias’ stand-up comedy produced a mixture of storytelling, parodies, characters and sound effects that bring his personal experiences to life.

His side-splitting performance was well received, both the newer pieces and the crowd’s requests of familiar favourites.

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