10 Las Vegas Comedy Acts That Will Keep You in Stitches

Enjoy a good laugh with these masters at exploring the funny side of life.

From the top names in comedy to ventriloquism, sleight-of-hand and a parody of a top-rated 1990s sitcom, the comedy scene in Las Vegas is robust and varied. Find something for every comedy style. 

Aces of Comedy The nation’s hottest comedians filter through on a rotating basis each weekend. (Mirage, 702.792.7777)

Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club The funnyman who opened for the Rat Pack in the ‘80s has a custom-built space for himself and other comedians. (MGM Grand, 866.740.7711)

Carrot Top This redhaired comedian keeps his audience in stitches as he unpacks trunkloads of crazy props and wacky inventions. (Luxor, 702.262.4400)

FRIENDS! The Musical Parody Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey and Phoebe return to poke fun at the pitfalls of work, life and love in 1990s Manhattan. (The D, 702.388.2111)

Gordie Brown Impressionist, singer and entertainer known for his celebrity impressions. (Hooters, 702.739.9000)

Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club Curated by Kimmel himself, this throwback to the spirit of classic Vegas features late-night shows, surprise guests and high-end casual cuisine. (The Linq Promenade, 702.777.2782)

Mac King Side-splitting comedy and magic from the man adored by adults and children. (Harrah’s Las Vegas, 702.777.2782)

PIFF the Magic Dragon An “America’s Got Talent” standout, this imaginative magician has more than 12 million YouTube hits. His sidekick is the performing chihuahua, Mr. Piffles. (Flamingo, 702.777.2782)

Rich Little/Laugh Factory The comedian, known for his impressions of celebrities and politicians, performs his autobiographical one-man show here. The comedy club also features a steller line-up that includes Andrew Dice Clay. (The Tropicana, 800.829.9034)

Terry Fator A ventriloquist who sings his celebrity impressions, Fator was the second winner of “America’s Got Talent.” (Mirage, 702.792.7777) 

Jennifer McKee
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Jennifer is the Managing Editor of Morris Visitor Publications, where she has worked since 2005. She grew up in small...