Despite its small audience, comedy shows are thriving in Denver. Comedy shows in Denver have seen top-notch performers at local clubs, as well as on Comedy Central and “Conan.” Denver has a robust comedy scene, and many homegrown comedians have gone on to star on national TV and make their mark on the festival and touring circuit. Comedy stations are looking for new ways to attract listeners and tap into the growing popularity of live comedy. Comedy 103.1 hopes to capitalize on this success and make it an even better way to discover local comedic talent.
Denver’s comedy clubs have plenty to offer if you are looking for improv comedy. Comedy Works in Larimer Square is the starting point for the Denver comedy scene. This comedy club is owned and operated by Wende Curtis, a veteran comedian. Comedy Works has hosted many of the top comedians in the world. Dennis Miller, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, and Jerry Seinfeld are just a few of the notable performers at Comedy Works. The Denver Comedy Works hosts a weekly New Talent Night that showcases new material and inspires aspiring comedians.