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They say that laughter is the best medicine, so why not cure what ails you and get exactly what the doctor ordered with tickets to see your favorite live comedy acts? You’d better warm up those chuckle muscles or you’ll be in stitches with the huge array of comedy acts that Ticket Squeeze has to offer! Whether you’re after the hidden gems and rising stars of the circuit or you’re looking to see the stadium fillers at the top of their game, we’ll get you there! We’ve got observational comics, alternative comics, anecdotal comics, insult comics, improv comics, sketch comics, topical comics, deadpan comics, surreal comics, and musical comics – if you can laugh at ‘em, we’ve got ‘em! 

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Jul
13
Brad Williams

Saturday - 10:15 pm - Byham Theater - Pittsburgh, PA

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Jul
13
Aaron Berg

Saturday - 10:30 pm - Side Splitters Comedy Club - Tampa, FL

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Jul
13
The Gotham All-Stars

Saturday - 10:30 pm - Gotham Comedy Club - New York, NY

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Jul
13
Stand Up Comedy In New York City

Saturday - 10:30 pm - Greenwich Village Comedy Club - New York, NY

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Jul
13
Second City After Hours: A Late Night Improv Show

Saturday - 11:00 pm - UP Comedy Club at Second City - Chicago - Chicago, IL

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Jul
13
Saturday Night Live Late Open Mic

Saturday - 11:30 pm - EastVille Comedy Club - Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY

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Jul
13
L8NITE Comedy

Saturday - 11:30 pm - Jimmy Kimmel's Comedy Club at the LINQ - Las Vegas, NV

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Jul
13
Night Cap Comedy

Saturday - 11:30 pm - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Jul
13
Stand Up Comedy In New York City

Saturday - 11:45 pm - Greenwich Village Comedy Club - New York, NY

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Jul
14
The Second City's Improv Brunch

Sunday - 12:00 pm - Mainstage at Second City - Chicago - Chicago, IL

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Jul
14
The Best Of The Second City

Sunday - 03:00 pm - Mainstage at Second City - Chicago - Chicago, IL

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14
Brad Upton

Sunday - 04:00 pm - Helium Comedy Club - Indianapolis - Indianapolis, IN

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14
Dustin Nickerson

Sunday - 04:00 pm - Zanies Comedy Club - Chicago - Chicago, IL

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14
Bob Marley - Comedian

Sunday - 05:00 pm - Blue Ocean Music Hall - Salisbury, MA

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14
Panda's Comedy Bash

Sunday - 05:00 pm - Hyena's Comedy Night Club - Dallas - Dallas, TX

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14
Matt Rife

Sunday - 05:00 pm - Altria Theater - Richmond - Richmond, VA

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Jul
14
Laughing Buddha Open Mic Spectacular

Sunday - 05:30 pm - EastVille Comedy Club - Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY

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14
Kristin Key

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Funny Bone Comedy Club - Toledo - Perrysburg, OH

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14
Dave Attell

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Hilarities 4th Street Theatre At Pickwick & Frolic - Cleveland, OH

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14
Shuler King

Sunday - 06:00 pm - The Comedy Zone - Greenville - Greenville, SC

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14
Mike Epps

Sunday - 06:00 pm - The Comedy Zone - Charlotte - Charlotte, NC

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14
Jeff Allen

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Bricktown Comedy Club - OKC - Oklahoma City, OK

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14
Tom Filline

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Funny Bone Comedy Club - Columbus - Columbus, OH

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14
Michael Blackson

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Warner Theatre - DC - Washington, DC

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14
Alfred Robles

Sunday - 06:00 pm - Off The Hook Comedy Club - Naples, FL

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Did you know that ‘laughter is the best medicine’ isn’t just a saying? Having a good laugh has multiple short and long-term health benefits! Laughter makes you take deeper breaths, which in turn stimulates your heart, lungs, and muscles and increases the endorphins (happy chemicals) that your brain makes. A good joke will also create tension and release, which safely activates and quickly deactivates your stress response, leaving your blood pressure rapidly increased and then decreased, giving you a relaxed, slightly euphoric feeling. Laughter can also stimulate circulation and aid muscle relaxation – excellent for stress-busting! Long-term positive effects of watching comedy include: an improved immune system, improved pain resistance, increased resilience, and overall improved mood. So get booking now – doctor’s orders!

Perhaps surprisingly, stand-up comedy is a relatively new artform… In the United States, it has its roots in minstrel shows, vaudeville emcees like Frank Faye whose expert and hilarious patter would entertain audiences between acts, and comic lecturers, such as Mark Twain, who would travel the country in the 19th century.

Throughout the 1930s and ‘40s, many of the Jewish entertainers of the ‘Borscht Belt’ began to try out their comedy material (often acerbic, gag-filled monologues) in the popular holiday resorts of the Catskills Mountains. It was around this time that British-American comedian, vaudevillian, actor, singer, and dancer Bob Hope began broadcasting his radio program The Pepsodent Show Starring Bob Hope, where his pithy one-liners and topical jokes began establishing the foundations of modern stand-up. Between Bob and the Borscht Belt comics, a classic stand-up style was established and began making it onto television with variety programs like The Ed Sullivan Show.

From the late-1960s onward, stand-up grew as a counter-cultural phenomenon, with comedy clubs sprouting up all across the country. Today, comedians are revered much as rock stars, with big-name comics selling out 20,000-seat arenas and releasing best-selling comedy albums.