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Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene
Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene
Collectie van Eventbrite
Comedians from all over the world come to LA to take their career to the next level. The Los Angeles scene is a stepping stone to the next big thing, and all over town you can witness world class comics showcasing their best. Whether it’s in a major comedy club, a parking lot next to a cafe, or on a picnic table in a backyard in Venice, the comedy shows here are as unique as they are plentiful. Follow along if you want to catch the best of the best of the LA comedy scene in places you might not expect.
Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene

Tommy Davidson / The Laugh Factory / Los Angeles, CA

  • Join the herd and drink the Kool-Aid at the new Cult Comedy at Cafe Tropical on Sunset Blvd. This show features comics you'll recognize from film and TV, right next door to some of the best Cuban coffee and Cuban sandwiches in the city.

  • We're in the golden age of multitasking, and this show is no exception. Watch a top-notch comedy show while also meeting some adorable rescue puppies. If watching stand-up and holding a puppy is your thing, this show's for you.

  • After a bit of a hiatus, the gang at Sauce is once again ready to serve you up slices of ooey-gooey, cheesy pepperoni comedy in the side room of DeSano Pizza Bakery. Order up a hot pie, grab a drink, and let the best comedians in the city tell jokes to your dough-filled body.

  • Ever stare deep into the stunning California sunset and think, "I wish this beautiful symphony of natural pastels was accompanied by comedians I recognize from Netflix, Late Night, and beyond"? Well, your wish has come true because this cozy outdoor show is exactly that.

  • Do you live in the valley, but you don't want to hop over the hill to see a comedy show? No problem. Head over to The Empire Tavern in Burbank and watch some of the best comedians in the biz perform in front of a wall of kegs while a two-piece jazz band plays them off.

  • A mini putt, driving range, dog park, skate park, and a world-class comedy show are all tucked into the beautiful scenery of the Arroyo Seco Golf Course. Sit back and enjoy what would happen if "Caddyshack" and stand-up co-mingled, then birthed a hilarious weekly comedy show.

  • Kibitz Comedy is back for another week of the best comedians this side of a roast beef on rye. Tucked beside Canter's Deli, this show features great comedians and sometimes some surprise celebrity drop-ins. Slither your way through the Fairfax shoe lines and come on in.

  • This comedy conglomerate manages to pull in the VIPs of the comedy industry every single week. Tucked into the intimate side room of Little Joy in Echo Park, you'll get up close and personal with the world's finest comedy career holders.

  • Don't let the 11 PM start time scare you. Yes, it's a weeknight and you have to work the next day, but you've earned a nightcap from the menu of premium vodkas paired with some of the best comedians in the country.

  • The Comedy Chow gang are lion tamers when it comes to herding Hollywood Boulevard tourists to their shows, and their latest show is located at the Dave and Buster's right in the heart of it. You'll leave the show happy, then immediately lose yourself in nine rounds of skeeball.

  • Let the comedians of Drunkalogue at the Club House regale you with their tales of rock bottom, addiction, and redemption. With an all-star lineup of some of the best comedians from across the country, this show will be exactly what you need to get over the mid-week hump.

  • Peacock is a new weekly show in Atwater Village at the chic and cool Club Tee Gee. Grab a drink at the bar and dip into the stylish side room to enjoy heaping plates of this comedy buffet being served up by the best comedians in the biz.

  • Happening at Kusina Filipina, Motherland always stacks their line up with great comedians from all over.

  • Grab an ice-cold Corona and start planning a high-speed heist to steal a truck full of DVD players! The cast of "Fast and the Furious: A Musical Parody" is back and ready to sing and dance their way through the ups and downs of Dominic Toretto and his "family."

  • Let the moon hit your eye like a rose quartz healing crystal at Full Moon Comedy. Enjoy some top-notch comedy, open your chakras, and raise your vibrations with special guest psychics, mediums, and energy healers within the calming walls of Liberate Hollywood.

  • Imagine a microphone and a pencil got married and had a beautiful child, and they named that child "Picture This!" Located at the Virgil, this show features a perfect pairing of the best comics in town with some of the best animators turning their words into hilarious drawings.

  • It's a secret so don't tell anyone, but do tell your friends because Don't Tell Comedy is one of the best shows happening in the city. Sign up and they'll tell you the secret venue, which could be anything from a backyard, a rooftop, to even a rock-climbing gym.

  • Head to The Pack Theater to witness the next big thing before the wave of fame hits and whisks them away to the hills. Enjoy some top-notch improv brought to you by the "Townies."

  • The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena is one of the oldest in the area. Start your weekend off right with some comedy industry heavy hitters and maybe some surprise celebrity drop-ins.

  • Join the herd and drink the Kool-Aid at the new Cult Comedy at Cafe Tropical on Sunset Blvd. This show features comics you'll recognize from film and TV, right next door to some of the best Cuban coffee and Cuban sandwiches in the city.

  • We're in the golden age of multitasking, and this show is no exception. Watch a top-notch comedy show while also meeting some adorable rescue puppies. If watching stand-up and holding a puppy is your thing, this show's for you.

  • After a bit of a hiatus, the gang at Sauce is once again ready to serve you up slices of ooey-gooey, cheesy pepperoni comedy in the side room of DeSano Pizza Bakery. Order up a hot pie, grab a drink, and let the best comedians in the city tell jokes to your dough-filled body.

  • Ever stare deep into the stunning California sunset and think, "I wish this beautiful symphony of natural pastels was accompanied by comedians I recognize from Netflix, Late Night, and beyond"? Well, your wish has come true because this cozy outdoor show is exactly that.

  • Do you live in the valley, but you don't want to hop over the hill to see a comedy show? No problem. Head over to The Empire Tavern in Burbank and watch some of the best comedians in the biz perform in front of a wall of kegs while a two-piece jazz band plays them off.

  • A mini putt, driving range, dog park, skate park, and a world-class comedy show are all tucked into the beautiful scenery of the Arroyo Seco Golf Course. Sit back and enjoy what would happen if "Caddyshack" and stand-up co-mingled, then birthed a hilarious weekly comedy show.

  • Kibitz Comedy is back for another week of the best comedians this side of a roast beef on rye. Tucked beside Canter's Deli, this show features great comedians and sometimes some surprise celebrity drop-ins. Slither your way through the Fairfax shoe lines and come on in.

  • This comedy conglomerate manages to pull in the VIPs of the comedy industry every single week. Tucked into the intimate side room of Little Joy in Echo Park, you'll get up close and personal with the world's finest comedy career holders.

  • Don't let the 11 PM start time scare you. Yes, it's a weeknight and you have to work the next day, but you've earned a nightcap from the menu of premium vodkas paired with some of the best comedians in the country.

  • The Comedy Chow gang are lion tamers when it comes to herding Hollywood Boulevard tourists to their shows, and their latest show is located at the Dave and Buster's right in the heart of it. You'll leave the show happy, then immediately lose yourself in nine rounds of skeeball.

  • Let the comedians of Drunkalogue at the Club House regale you with their tales of rock bottom, addiction, and redemption. With an all-star lineup of some of the best comedians from across the country, this show will be exactly what you need to get over the mid-week hump.

  • Peacock is a new weekly show in Atwater Village at the chic and cool Club Tee Gee. Grab a drink at the bar and dip into the stylish side room to enjoy heaping plates of this comedy buffet being served up by the best comedians in the biz.

  • Happening at Kusina Filipina, Motherland always stacks their line up with great comedians from all over.

  • Grab an ice-cold Corona and start planning a high-speed heist to steal a truck full of DVD players! The cast of "Fast and the Furious: A Musical Parody" is back and ready to sing and dance their way through the ups and downs of Dominic Toretto and his "family."

  • Let the moon hit your eye like a rose quartz healing crystal at Full Moon Comedy. Enjoy some top-notch comedy, open your chakras, and raise your vibrations with special guest psychics, mediums, and energy healers within the calming walls of Liberate Hollywood.

  • Imagine a microphone and a pencil got married and had a beautiful child, and they named that child "Picture This!" Located at the Virgil, this show features a perfect pairing of the best comics in town with some of the best animators turning their words into hilarious drawings.

  • It's a secret so don't tell anyone, but do tell your friends because Don't Tell Comedy is one of the best shows happening in the city. Sign up and they'll tell you the secret venue, which could be anything from a backyard, a rooftop, to even a rock-climbing gym.

  • Head to The Pack Theater to witness the next big thing before the wave of fame hits and whisks them away to the hills. Enjoy some top-notch improv brought to you by the "Townies."

  • The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena is one of the oldest in the area. Start your weekend off right with some comedy industry heavy hitters and maybe some surprise celebrity drop-ins.

Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene

Tommy Davidson / The Laugh Factory / Los Angeles, CA

Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene
Headliners, Upstarts, and Legends: The LA Comedy Scene
Collectie van Eventbrite
Comedians from all over the world come to LA to take their career to the next level. The Los Angeles scene is a stepping stone to the next big thing, and all over town you can witness world class comics showcasing their best. Whether it’s in a major comedy club, a parking lot next to a cafe, or on a picnic table in a backyard in Venice, the comedy shows here are as unique as they are plentiful. Follow along if you want to catch the best of the best of the LA comedy scene in places you might not expect.
Comedians from all over the world come to LA to take their career to the next level. The Los Angeles scene is a stepping stone to the next big thing, and all over town you can witness world class comics showcasing their best. Whether it’s in a major comedy club, a parking lot next to a cafe, or on a picnic table in a backyard in Venice, the comedy shows here are as unique as they are plentiful. Follow along if you want to catch the best of the best of the LA comedy scene in places you might not expect.
  • Join the herd and drink the Kool-Aid at the new Cult Comedy at Cafe Tropical on Sunset Blvd. This show features comics you'll recognize from film and TV, right next door to some of the best Cuban coffee and Cuban sandwiches in the city.

  • We're in the golden age of multitasking, and this show is no exception. Watch a top-notch comedy show while also meeting some adorable rescue puppies. If watching stand-up and holding a puppy is your thing, this show's for you.

  • After a bit of a hiatus, the gang at Sauce is once again ready to serve you up slices of ooey-gooey, cheesy pepperoni comedy in the side room of DeSano Pizza Bakery. Order up a hot pie, grab a drink, and let the best comedians in the city tell jokes to your dough-filled body.

  • Ever stare deep into the stunning California sunset and think, "I wish this beautiful symphony of natural pastels was accompanied by comedians I recognize from Netflix, Late Night, and beyond"? Well, your wish has come true because this cozy outdoor show is exactly that.

  • Do you live in the valley, but you don't want to hop over the hill to see a comedy show? No problem. Head over to The Empire Tavern in Burbank and watch some of the best comedians in the biz perform in front of a wall of kegs while a two-piece jazz band plays them off.

  • A mini putt, driving range, dog park, skate park, and a world-class comedy show are all tucked into the beautiful scenery of the Arroyo Seco Golf Course. Sit back and enjoy what would happen if "Caddyshack" and stand-up co-mingled, then birthed a hilarious weekly comedy show.

  • Kibitz Comedy is back for another week of the best comedians this side of a roast beef on rye. Tucked beside Canter's Deli, this show features great comedians and sometimes some surprise celebrity drop-ins. Slither your way through the Fairfax shoe lines and come on in.

  • This comedy conglomerate manages to pull in the VIPs of the comedy industry every single week. Tucked into the intimate side room of Little Joy in Echo Park, you'll get up close and personal with the world's finest comedy career holders.

  • Don't let the 11 PM start time scare you. Yes, it's a weeknight and you have to work the next day, but you've earned a nightcap from the menu of premium vodkas paired with some of the best comedians in the country.

  • The Comedy Chow gang are lion tamers when it comes to herding Hollywood Boulevard tourists to their shows, and their latest show is located at the Dave and Buster's right in the heart of it. You'll leave the show happy, then immediately lose yourself in nine rounds of skeeball.

  • Let the comedians of Drunkalogue at the Club House regale you with their tales of rock bottom, addiction, and redemption. With an all-star lineup of some of the best comedians from across the country, this show will be exactly what you need to get over the mid-week hump.

  • Peacock is a new weekly show in Atwater Village at the chic and cool Club Tee Gee. Grab a drink at the bar and dip into the stylish side room to enjoy heaping plates of this comedy buffet being served up by the best comedians in the biz.

  • Happening at Kusina Filipina, Motherland always stacks their line up with great comedians from all over.

  • Grab an ice-cold Corona and start planning a high-speed heist to steal a truck full of DVD players! The cast of "Fast and the Furious: A Musical Parody" is back and ready to sing and dance their way through the ups and downs of Dominic Toretto and his "family."

  • Let the moon hit your eye like a rose quartz healing crystal at Full Moon Comedy. Enjoy some top-notch comedy, open your chakras, and raise your vibrations with special guest psychics, mediums, and energy healers within the calming walls of Liberate Hollywood.

  • Imagine a microphone and a pencil got married and had a beautiful child, and they named that child "Picture This!" Located at the Virgil, this show features a perfect pairing of the best comics in town with some of the best animators turning their words into hilarious drawings.

  • It's a secret so don't tell anyone, but do tell your friends because Don't Tell Comedy is one of the best shows happening in the city. Sign up and they'll tell you the secret venue, which could be anything from a backyard, a rooftop, to even a rock-climbing gym.

  • Head to The Pack Theater to witness the next big thing before the wave of fame hits and whisks them away to the hills. Enjoy some top-notch improv brought to you by the "Townies."

  • The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena is one of the oldest in the area. Start your weekend off right with some comedy industry heavy hitters and maybe some surprise celebrity drop-ins.

  • Join the herd and drink the Kool-Aid at the new Cult Comedy at Cafe Tropical on Sunset Blvd. This show features comics you'll recognize from film and TV, right next door to some of the best Cuban coffee and Cuban sandwiches in the city.

  • We're in the golden age of multitasking, and this show is no exception. Watch a top-notch comedy show while also meeting some adorable rescue puppies. If watching stand-up and holding a puppy is your thing, this show's for you.

  • After a bit of a hiatus, the gang at Sauce is once again ready to serve you up slices of ooey-gooey, cheesy pepperoni comedy in the side room of DeSano Pizza Bakery. Order up a hot pie, grab a drink, and let the best comedians in the city tell jokes to your dough-filled body.

  • Ever stare deep into the stunning California sunset and think, "I wish this beautiful symphony of natural pastels was accompanied by comedians I recognize from Netflix, Late Night, and beyond"? Well, your wish has come true because this cozy outdoor show is exactly that.

  • Do you live in the valley, but you don't want to hop over the hill to see a comedy show? No problem. Head over to The Empire Tavern in Burbank and watch some of the best comedians in the biz perform in front of a wall of kegs while a two-piece jazz band plays them off.

  • A mini putt, driving range, dog park, skate park, and a world-class comedy show are all tucked into the beautiful scenery of the Arroyo Seco Golf Course. Sit back and enjoy what would happen if "Caddyshack" and stand-up co-mingled, then birthed a hilarious weekly comedy show.

  • Kibitz Comedy is back for another week of the best comedians this side of a roast beef on rye. Tucked beside Canter's Deli, this show features great comedians and sometimes some surprise celebrity drop-ins. Slither your way through the Fairfax shoe lines and come on in.

  • This comedy conglomerate manages to pull in the VIPs of the comedy industry every single week. Tucked into the intimate side room of Little Joy in Echo Park, you'll get up close and personal with the world's finest comedy career holders.

  • Don't let the 11 PM start time scare you. Yes, it's a weeknight and you have to work the next day, but you've earned a nightcap from the menu of premium vodkas paired with some of the best comedians in the country.

  • The Comedy Chow gang are lion tamers when it comes to herding Hollywood Boulevard tourists to their shows, and their latest show is located at the Dave and Buster's right in the heart of it. You'll leave the show happy, then immediately lose yourself in nine rounds of skeeball.

  • Let the comedians of Drunkalogue at the Club House regale you with their tales of rock bottom, addiction, and redemption. With an all-star lineup of some of the best comedians from across the country, this show will be exactly what you need to get over the mid-week hump.

  • Peacock is a new weekly show in Atwater Village at the chic and cool Club Tee Gee. Grab a drink at the bar and dip into the stylish side room to enjoy heaping plates of this comedy buffet being served up by the best comedians in the biz.

  • Happening at Kusina Filipina, Motherland always stacks their line up with great comedians from all over.

  • Grab an ice-cold Corona and start planning a high-speed heist to steal a truck full of DVD players! The cast of "Fast and the Furious: A Musical Parody" is back and ready to sing and dance their way through the ups and downs of Dominic Toretto and his "family."

  • Let the moon hit your eye like a rose quartz healing crystal at Full Moon Comedy. Enjoy some top-notch comedy, open your chakras, and raise your vibrations with special guest psychics, mediums, and energy healers within the calming walls of Liberate Hollywood.

  • Imagine a microphone and a pencil got married and had a beautiful child, and they named that child "Picture This!" Located at the Virgil, this show features a perfect pairing of the best comics in town with some of the best animators turning their words into hilarious drawings.

  • It's a secret so don't tell anyone, but do tell your friends because Don't Tell Comedy is one of the best shows happening in the city. Sign up and they'll tell you the secret venue, which could be anything from a backyard, a rooftop, to even a rock-climbing gym.

  • Head to The Pack Theater to witness the next big thing before the wave of fame hits and whisks them away to the hills. Enjoy some top-notch improv brought to you by the "Townies."

  • The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena is one of the oldest in the area. Start your weekend off right with some comedy industry heavy hitters and maybe some surprise celebrity drop-ins.