SPECIAL EVENT

Midwest Survival Guide Tour with Charlie Berens Live in Naples, Florida!

Berens began his career working for the MTV News show Choose or Lose. He covered Wisconsin state politics and was arrested while covering protests at the 2008 Republican National Convention. In 2012, Tribune Media recruited Berens to host the comedic news show Nightcap. While a reporter for KDAF-TV, Berens won his first Regional Emmy.

In 2014 CBS Sports Network hired Berens to host the sports gameshow You're So Money and PMC made Berens the host of their comedy/entertainment news brand @Hollywood.

Berens has been featured on Funny or Die. His comedic mashups, including "If Jack Dawson was Really from Wisconsin," have garnered more than thirteen million views.

02/04/2022 7:00 PM
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General admission ticket holders will have the seating location selected by the club at time of arrival. Full menu and Full bar will be available for this performance. 2 Item minimum will apply per person.

VIP tickets are for preferred seating, within 5 rows of the stage. Bottle service and full menu available for entire show. 2 Item minimum will apply per person.

VIP Suites are located on the side wall with the raised platform. This is private table for up to 5 guests Maximum. Bottle service and full menu served during show with $200 minimum purchase during the event. A credit card will be required upon arrival to hold purchase of

Berens began his career working for the MTV News show Choose or Lose. He covered Wisconsin state politics and was arrested while covering protests at the 2008 Republican National Convention. In 2012, Tribune Media recruited Berens to host the comedic news show Nightcap. While a reporter for KDAF-TV, Berens won his first Regional Emmy.

In 2014 CBS Sports Network hired Berens to host the sports gameshow You're So Money and PMC made Berens the host of their comedy/entertainment news brand @Hollywood.

Berens has been featured on Funny or Die. His comedic mashups, including "If Jack Dawson was Really from Wisconsin," have garnered more than thirteen million views.