In decades, Vegas Comedy has specialized in adding some levity to life. If you’d like to crack a smile and have some fun, you should check out one of the city’s comedy clubs or even a bigger show.
You can find some of the hottest comedians at The Mirage’s Aces of Comedy series, which just opened with Tom Segura. Some of the biggest comedians have performed there for a decade, such as Jay Leno, Kathleen Madigan, David Spade, Ray Romano, Daniel Tosh, Gabriel Iglesias and Tim Allen, and most of them have shows scheduled for later this year. Chelsea Handler, a talk show host, author and sharp-witted comedian, will appear July 10, while Bill Maher will appear July 16-17.
It is common for comedians to appear at the Plaza, and the next show will be T.J. Mills with his observational stand-up show, Bulbous Uncle Tour by T.J. Mills. IROK was Miller’s character in Ready Player One, and he has hosted Chelsea Lately.
There have been plenty of up-and-coming acts at the Delirious Comedy Club at Downtown Grand, from local acts to big names like Pauly Shore, who will be returning July 9-10. From July 8-11, hosts Don Barnhart and Guy Fessenden are joined by David Ryan and Ryan Cole.
This week from July 5-8, Darryll Joyce, Mark Eddie, and Steven Roberts, who also perform July 9-11, will perform at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the MGM Grand, where the big man himself performs periodically. Later this month, Garrett will play two more shows.
Laugh Factory, located on the second level of Tropicana Las Vegas, has a great atmosphere for watching shows. The club, a sister venue to one of L.A.’s most revered venues, has been in Vegas for many years now, and draws plenty of big names like Jon Lovitz, who performs two concerts July 13-17 and 19-21.
Every day, the L.A. Comedy Club at The STRAT hosts several shows, such as Butch Bradley & Friends, which features a rotating cast of comedians, and Chad Cheswick’s Comedy Magic Unhinged. On July 5-9, you can also catch Willy Barcena and touring comedians like Adam Hunter; there are even midnight shows on Fridays and Saturdays.
Every night, Carrot Top, a Vegas comedian, performs at the Luxor. Each night’s hilarious results are guaranteed by the comic’s unique combination of observational humor and show-and-tell. Each trunk lining the stage will contain a different set of props depending on what’s going on in the world.
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