L.A. Comedy Club





The theme song from the beloved '80s and early '90s TV sitcom "Cheers" could easily be used for the L.A. Comedy Club. Not only is it a place where you can take a break from all your worries, but the staff here soon will know your name -- if they don't already. 

A large percentage of the L.A. Comedy Club's patrons are locals who have been following the franchise since it was launched several years ago at Palace Station. After a stint in Trader Vic's at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, it moved to downtown's Four Queens and now the show has landed at Bally's Las Vegas.  

Inside the venue you'll find the hallmarks of a typical comedy club. A mic and wooden stool are front and center on a large stage that is flanked by two video screens. Clips of practical jokes and bloopers are broadcast to patrons before the show begins. There's a variety of seating options (chairs, tables and booths) -- and no matter where you sit, you'll have a good view.  

The format at the L.A. Comedy Club is simple. The bulk of the stage time is given to two well-known road comics. Many of the headliners like Felipe Esparza have competed on NBC's reality laugh fest "Last Comic Standing," while others including Willie Ferrell, Tom Rhodes, Joey Medina, Butch Bradley and Shang have Showtime, HBO or Comedy Central credits to their name.

These headlining comedians are paired with a host from Las Vegas, which is another unique feature of the L.A. Comedy Club. Not only does it offer a top-notch venue for professional comics, but local talent is also nurtured and promoted. Occasionally, a surprise guest or famous friend of a headliner stops by and performs to the delight of customers as well.

And like the "Cheers" theme song, at the L.A. Comedy Club, they're always glad you came.

Please note: James Michael's Redneck Comedy Magic Show at 6 p.m. has tricks, jokes and lots of laughter due to its uniquely redneck spin. With 25 years of magic under his belt, you can expect card tricks, optical illusions and even rope tricks all set to a country music soundtrack and a little bit of offensive language and humor sprinkled in. 


Show Times:
6 p.m. Redneck Comedy Magic (Thursday thru Monday), 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. LA Comedy Club performs nightly.
Show Length: 
90 minutes
Dragon Room, The STRAT Hotel, Casino and Skypod
Age Restriction:

General Admission seating - $24.99

VIP Seating - $34.99
- (Includes early access to the showroom to receive preferred seating.)

All You Can Drink Package - $54.99
- (Includes early access to the showroom to receive preferred seating, and an All-You-Can-Drink package (Domestic beer and well drinks). Guests aged 18-20 may purchase this ticket, however they will be offered soda, juice or water.)

(click here for seating chart)



Call (702) 944-9388 for reservations 


*Prices do not include all taxes and fees*