Las Vegas is always a fun time, but it can also be equally as funny. With an impressive line-up of Las Vegas Comedy Shows, there is no shortage of laughter in the city. Whether you’re after a more raunchy comedy show or a family-friendly affair, there’s a wide range of comedy shows to please all ages. We’ve put together our list of the top seven places to go for your daily dose of laughter.
If you’re after an authentic comedy club experience, than Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club in Vegas is the perfect choice for you. Going back to the grungy comedy club roots, the club is tucked away in the depths of the MGM Grand and is simply designed to be bright and but the comedian in the spotlight. Brad Garrett—who famously played the role of Robert on Everybody Loves Raymond—did an amazing job of combining Vegas throwback with a modern twist. Don’t be surprised if his good friend Jerry Seinfeld pops in to give the audience a roasting every now and then!
Proving that ventriloquists can be funny too, Terry Fator puts on a brilliant comedy show that caters to both children and adults alike. A former winner of America’s Got Talent, Terry Fator brings his puppets to life in a hilarious way without ever opening his own mouth once! The children will be mesmerized by the singing puppets and the adults will be in hysterics over his subtly raunchy humor. Currently on a five year contract at the Mirage, it is arguably one of the best comedy shows currently on the Strip and one that is not to be missed.
A Vegas comedy classic, Carrot Top is one of the longest standing comedians on the strip. Appropriately named fromGeo his bright red hair, Carrot Top makes fun of every day objects and their conventional uses, all the while using a bit of improv to simultaneously roast the audience. But don’t worry, he also spends a good portion of the show making fun of himself as well. It’s not unlikely you’ll be laughing for the entire stand up comedy show at the Luxor Hotel and might possibly suffer from soar ribs as an aftermath.
While this New Zealand comic missed out on winning the most recent season of America’s Got Talent, he did end up snagging himself a residency and personalized theatre called the House of Tape at the Harrah’s. Not uttering a single word for the entire performance, Tape Face uses unique miming to produce laughter—in which he relies on facial expressions and house hold items, along with some questionable dancing skills.
One of the newest comedy shows to hit the Strip, this two man band is quickly becoming one of the most talked about performances in Vegas. John Caparulo and Tom Green have both independently had outstanding comedy careers thus far and together they are most definitely double the trouble and double the belly laughs. Performing at the Main Showroom at the Harrah’s, The Comedy Lineup is a most definite for any Vegas trip.
George Wallace makes everyday life hilarious in his stand up comedy show. He’s got real star quality, having performed in movies with Morgan Freeman and Jerry Seinfeld. Making his show a real family outing, Wallace tells stories of his world travels and every day life experiences that people of all ages will find funny.
The title is funny and the actual show is funnier. Performing at the Paris Las Vegas, Jai Rodriguez and Kendra Wilkinson discuss sex tips in an extremely comedic and authentic way, in which the main topic of discussion is how to please your partner during sex. You’ll have plenty of belly laughs during the show and you might be inspired to be open-minded later that evening.
Looking forward to laughing the night away? Book now and start planning your next trip to Las Vegas!