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type of event

Comedy

price

From $29.05
(Plus Tax & Fees)

performance time(s)

8:30 PM, 10:00 PM

performance day(s)

Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

contact

855-234-7469
702-777-2782

venue

The Improv
at Harrah's Las Vegas

The Improv Comedy Club

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Ready for a fun-filled night of laughter? Voted Best Las Vegas Comedy Club year after year, The Improv Comedy Club at Harrah’s Las Vegas is the ideal place where you can laugh it up to the funniest, freshest faces in comedy. These comedians take the stage twice a night at 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Each week, three new comedians perform at The Improv Las Vegas in a Vegas comedy show that is always unique and definitely funny. Stick around after the show – most of the time, comedians will stay for a meet-and-greet, sign autographs and sell merchandise. Plus, the written jokes plastered on the outside of the theater’s walls are a riot!

Past Improv Comedy Club stars include Jay Mohr, Chris Reid (better known as Kid from “Kid ‘N Play”) and Chris Rock.

VIP AND GROUP SHOW TICKETS

VIP tickets to The Improv Comedy Club include preferred seating and a complimentary Improv T-shirt.

Orders of 10 or more can contact the group sales department at (866) 574-3851 or send an email.

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Upcoming Lineup

Date

Headliner

Feature

Host

July 8-13

Ben Gleib

Gene Pompa

Peter Banachowski

July 15-20

Todd Glass

Bobby Miyamoto

David Gee

July 22-27

Rocky LaPorte

Ron Morey

Justin Martindale

July 29-August 3

Skyler Stone

Lucas Seely

Tracey MacDonald

The Improv Celebrates 50 Years of Laughs

To celebrate 50 years as the industry’s premier stage for both up-and-coming comedians and the greats of the genre, Harrah’s Las Vegas will host appearances by some of comedy’s brightest stars throughout the year.

Featured Comedians

Ben Gleib:

Best known for his regular round table appearances on hit show “Chelsea Lately,” Ben Gleib has been named one of “six comedians who could be the next big thing” by Esquire. Never a dull moment, Gleib fills his time with multi-facet projects from “The Gleib Show” on FOX, voice-over work in “Ice Age- Continental Drift,” to working for The Oscars, hosting The Academy’s first ever “Oscar Roadtrip” and making appearances as guest correspondent on CNN sharing his comedic take on politics and frequent political discussions on NPR with Patt Morrison’s “Comedy Congress.” Gleib has performed his standup on “The Late Late Show,” “Last Call” and “Last Comic Standing.” 

Gene Pompa:

Comedian and writer Gene Pompa's offbeat perspective to comedy crosses all racial and ethnic lines. His diverse background inspired Pompa to incorporate universal themes into his stand-up comedy and writing. Pompa's television credits include "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Late, Late Show," “In Living Color” and “Comedy Rehab.”

Peter Banachowski:

Second City Detroit alum Peter Banachowski combines his writing and improv talents to create a cocktail of characters and emotions launching into well thought-out rants, voice driven monologues and personal stories. Banachowski has appeared on CBS and played in all the stages in Detroit, Los Angeles, and NYC. He’s opened for such acts as Eddie Ifft, Gilbert Gottfried, Bobby Collins, John Melendez and brought comics to the stage in the likes of Dane Cook, Aziz Ansari, Amy Schumer, Nick Kroll, Todd Glass and many more.

Find more Las Vegas comedy shows at Bally's  LA Comedy Club.

Reviews

"There are few things greater in life then the gift of laughter and the Improv at Harrah's brings you just that. The show features a rotating roster of comedians, often from shows like "Last Comic Standing" and "Seinfeld." As you walk in, there are clips of the comics you will be seeing on a big-screen monitor on stage. The comedians will lift your spirits with original live comedy and two shows per night." -Nikki Neu, Vegas.com
"This offshoot of Budd Friedman's famed comedy club (the first one opened in 1963 in New York City) presents about four comedians per show in a 400-seat showroom. These are talented performers -- the top comics on the circuit, ones you're likely to see on Leno and Letterman. You can be sure of an entertaining evening." -Frommer’s
"Comedy impresario Budd Friedman oversees the bookings for this 300-seat showroom on the second floor of Harrah's. It has the occasional bigger name such as Jay Mohr and is frequently packaged with room or player's club discounts." -Fodor’s