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Friday, August 10th 2018 7pm-10pm

Beer Garden provided by Anchorage Billiard Palace



Since the 1980’s Suzanne has been performing her one of a kind comedy shows all across the United States as the hysterically outrageous character, “Bag Lady Sue.” Sue has performed from Alaska to Florida, Texas to New York, and almost every state in between. Tales of her shows are told in many countries around the world as well, by the many international fans that she acquired by performing multiple times at internationally attended events such as, the Iditarod Sled Dog Races in Nome, Alaska, and Sturgis Motorcycle classic in S.D., as well as headlining her own shows at the fabulous Four Queens Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada and other large venues for folks from around the globe. Our troops who have seen her at military bases, have spread the word far and wide as well! She has performed before millions of people from all walks of life, and sells out shows consistently!


Suzanne “cut her chops” and created her character in the steel town burlesque clubs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and has since moved onto amazing national and even international celebrity. She is adored by people from all walks of life, and income brackets, as well as being equally well received by both men and women, something not all comics can claim. Her material crosses all borders because everyone has loved or lusted after someone, or has a colorful intimate, or embarrassing past they just swept under the rug. She lifts the rug and helps them remember.


Her fearless spirit and love of motorcycling, led her to perform in front of some of the toughest critics around, the biker community. She has been seen by literally millions of people and has acquired an amazing number of loyal fans at major motorcycle rallies alone from Sturgis South Dakota’s annual Bike week, to Daytona Beach, Myrtle Beach, and the Republic Of Texas Rally in Austin to name just a few. She is asked back to them all year after year. Sue has won many awards and has been featured in countless major publications, from Hustler to Easyrider, and even in Vibes, the only American Motorcycle magazine in Tokyo, Japan! (See her website for these articles and more.)