Netflix recently released Bill Burr’s new comedy special Red Rocks: Live at Red Rocks Many viewers are curious about who the opening act is, and they’re not alone.
Bill speaks about everything, including COVID-19 to cancel culture and feminism.
However, fans who watched the special on Netflix didn’t know that the Colorado show also had an opening act.
Who was the opening act for Bill Burr at Red Rocks
The opening act for Bill Burr at the Red Rocks 2020 show, which was held on October 1, 2021 was comedian Dean Delray.
Dean Taken to TwitterHe posted a picture of him on stage with the message a day later “Wow what an insane feeling Red Rocks was. This was a lifelong dream come true. @billburr absolutely melted the place to the ground.”
Dean took to Instagram in May 2021. To announce the next gig.
A fan was present at the venue and praised Dean and Bill for their performances.
“@billburr was hysterical last night at Red Rocks. What an awesome time seeing a show at such a great venue. @deandelray also killed it as the opening act. Definitely recommend seeing both in person,” The fan wrote.
Netflix’s new comedy special gets a lot of reactions from its viewers
Red Rocks, Bill Burr: Live at Red RocksIt premiered worldwide on Netflix at 3.00 AM ET on July 12, 2022. Many viewers took to Twitter to commend the comedian after seeing the new special.
“Hey @billburr, you killed it at Red Rocks! Thanks for being exactly who you are,” One fan agreed.
“Bill Burr live at Red Rocks was unreal. Deep, dark, uncomfortable. He continues to be one of the best comedians of our generation,” Another fan said the same thing.
“Just watched Bill Burr’s new special at Red rocks. This was the funniest, most honest stand-up I have seen in the past two years. Just great comedic genius and writing. I didn’t stop laughing the whole time,” I wrote to a third fan.
What’s Bill Burr up to now?
The comedian, 54 years old, is currently on his 2022 Tour.
He is Perform atThe Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas on Friday, Jul 15.
Bill’s ongoing 2022 tour will go on till December 17, when he will perform the last show at the AT&T Center.
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