The BOB & TOM Show’s Pop-Up Comedy For A Cause Event Kicks Off Summer in Indianapolis With a Night of Comedy


The BOB & TOM Show the most successful nationally syndicated morning drive show in radio history, heard on over 100 radio stations across the U.S., kicked off the summer on Friday, June 17th, with an evening of live comedy that raised $12,000 in one night to send Indianapolis area children to summer camp.

The sold-out benefit event, The BOB & TOM Show’s Pop-Up Comedy For A Cause, was presented at the historic Irving Theater in Indianapolis, and featured performances by Willie Griswold, Jeff Oskay, Josh Arnold and Pat Godwin, stand-up comedians from The BOB & TOM Show, and was co-hosted by the Hall of Fame morning show’s Tom Griswold and Chick McGee.

Tom Griswold, Host of The BOB & TOM Show, said: “It was great to be back in the beautiful Irving Theater with stars of The BOB & TOM Show and an enthusiastic, sold-out crowd. We raised more funds than ever with this year’s one-night show, and that means more kids get to go to summer camp.

Thanks to the tremendous support of our fans who came out for a night of comedy and fun, the treasured childhood experience and great American tradition of summer camp will be a reality for local kids.”

The BOB & TOM Show is exclusively syndicated by Westwood One, the largest audio network in America.