NY Comedy Festival in November #MakeNYLaugh

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The NY Comedy Festival is an annual festival in New York featuring the country’s top comedians, produced by Carolines on Broadway in association with Comedy Central. The biggest laugh-fest.

This year is the 14th Annual NY Comedy Festival! One of the best NYC events in November showcasing over 200 comedians in more than 60 shows!

Featured Comedians this year: Brian Regan, Tracy Morgan, Kevin Smith, Nick Offerman, Vir Das, Bill Maher, Jessica Williams and many more!

Event hashtag: #MakeNYLaugh

NY Comedy Festival: Website

WHEN IS THE NY COMEDY FESTIVAL

Tuesday, Nov. 7 – Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017

SCHEDULE AND TICKETS

Click here to see the complete schedule of the NY Comedy Festival and to buy tickets!

RECOMMENDED SHOWS TO SEE AT THE NY COMEDY FESTIVAL
Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

Writer, comedian, podcaster and film director. Has written and directed many films including Clerks, Chasing Amy, Dogma and more.

When: Monday, Nov. 6 & Tuesday Nov. 7 @ 7pm – Carolines on Broadway. Buy tickets here. $33.75 – $108.

Vir Das

Vir Das - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

Writer, comedian, podcaster and film director. Has written and directed many films including Clerks, Chasing Amy, Dogma and more.

When: Thursday, Nov. 9 @ 7pm – BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Buy tickets here. $40.

A Toast to the OG’s of Comedy with Tracy Morgan and Cedric The Entertainer

Tracy Morgan and Cedric - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

A celebration of comedy toasting trailblazing stand-ups Tracy Morgan and Cedric the Entertainer from the upcoming TBS comedy “The Last O.G.”

When: Thursday, Nov. 9 @ 8pm – NYU Skirball Center. Buy tickets here. $30.

Tom Segura

Tom Segura - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

His specials MOSTLY STORIES (2016) and COMPLETELY NORMAL (2014) are currently streaming on Netflix. His television credits include CONAN, NOT SAFE WITH NIKKI GLASER, HAPPY ENDINGS, THE LATE LATE SHOW, COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS: TOM SEGURA, MASH UP and HOW TO BE A GROWN UP.

When: Friday, Nov. 10 @ 7pm – Town Hall. Buy tickets here. $34 – $56.

2 Dope Queens with Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams

Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

Phoebe Robinson is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actress whom Vulture.com, Essence, and Esquire have named one of the top comedians to watch.

Jessica Williams is a talented comedian, writer and performer who has garnered the attention of television audiences with her influential voice, perspective, and wit around pop culture conversations in media.

When: Friday, Nov. 10 @ 7:30pm & 10:30pm – The Bell House. Buy tickets here. $15.

Nick Offerman

Nick Offerman NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

When: Saturday, Nov. 11 @ 7:30pm & 10:30pm – Beacon Theatre. Buy tickets here. $46 – $78.

Bill Maher

Bill Maher NY COMEDY FESTIVAL

For over 20 years, Bill Maher (with 38 Emmy nominations) has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on “Politically Incorrect” (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002), and for the last 14 years on HBO’s “Real Time,”.

When: Saturday, Nov. 11 @ 8pm – The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Buy tickets here. $46 – $156.

Brian Regan

Brian Regan - NY COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

Recently signed a two-special deal with Netflix joining Dave Chappelle, Louis C.K., Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld as the only comedians in multi-special deals with the leader in worldwide streaming.

When: Saturday, Nov. 11 @ 8pm – Carnegie Hall. Buy tickets here. $43.50 – $76.50.

WHERE IS THE NY COMEDY FESTIVAL

It takes place in more than 20 comedy clubs and venues!

Midtown Manhattan
  • Carnegie Hall: 152 W 57th St. & 7th Ave.
  • Carolines on Broadway: 1626 Broadway between 49th & 50th St.
  • The Town Hall: 123 W 43rd St. between Broadway & 6th Ave.
  • The Theater at Madison Square Garden: 4 Pennsylvania Plaza
  • Liberty Hall at the Ace Hotel: 20 W 29th St. & Broadway
Midtown East
  • The Irish Exit: 978 2nd Ave. between 51st & 52nd St.
Greenwich Village
  • The Bitter End: 147 Bleecker St. between Thompson St. & LaGuardia Pl.
  • NYU Skirball Center: 566 LaGuardia Pl between 3rd St. & Washington Square S.
  • Comedy Cellar at the Village Underground: 130 W 3rd St. between 6th Ave. & Macdougal St.
  • Film Forum: 209 W Houston St. between 6th Ave. & Varick St.
  • The Stonewall Inn: 53 Christopher St. between 7th Ave. & Waverly Pl.
Chelsea
  • UCB Theatre: 307 w 26th St. & 8th Ave.
  • Gotham Comedy Club: 208 W 23rd St. between 7th & 8th Ave.
Gramercy Park
  • Gramercy Theatre: 127 E 23rd St. between Lexington Ave. & Park Ave. S
  • The Stand: 239 3rd Ave. between 19th & 20th St.
East Village
  • UCB Theatre: 153 E 3rd St. & Avenue A
  • Joe’s Pub: 425 Lafayette St. & Astor Pl.
Nolita
  • Storefront for Art and Architecture: 97 Kenmare St. between Cleveland Pl & Mullberry St.
Upper West Side
  • Beacon Theatre – Upper West: 2124 Broadway between 74th & 75th St.
Upper East Side
  • 92nd Street Y – Upper East: 1395 Lexington Avenue & 92nd St.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1000 5th Ave. & 82nd St.
Harlem
  • Apollo Theater – Harlem: 253 W 125th St. between Frederick Douglas Blvd & Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
Bronx
  • The Point: 940 Garrison Ave. between Barretto & Manida St.
Brooklyn
  • BRIC Arts: 647 Fulton St. between Rockwell Pl & Ashland Pl
  • Knitting Factory: 361 Metropolitan Ave. & Havenmeyer St.
  • Union Hall: 702 Union St. & 5th Ave.
  • Brooklyn Museum: 200 Eastern Pkwy between Flatbush & Washington Ave.
  • The Bell House: 149 7th St. between 6th & 7th St.
  • Littlefield: 622 Degraw St. between 3rd & 4th Ave.
Queens
  • The Creek and The Cave: 10-93 Jackson Ave. between 49th Ave. & 11th St.


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