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Comedy Takes Center Stage

Open Now! Welcome to the best place in Las Vegas to catch the hottest names in stand-up - from established stars to the funniest up-and-comers. To add to the fun factor, every show takes place in a specially designed theater custom-built for comedy.


Phone 866.740.7711

Date & Times

Thursday & Sunday 8:00 PM

Friday - Saturday 7:00 PM & 10:00 PM

Dark Dates

Monday - Wednesday

Performance Calendar


1/14 - 1/17
LANDRY with Jay Hollingsworth

1/21 - 1/24
DAVE BURLEIGH with Gary Cannon

1/28 - 1/31
LARRY REEB with Spencer James


2/4 - 2/7

2/11 - 2/14
RALPH HARRIS with Matt Markman

2/18 - 2/21
JOHN DICROSTA with Lenny Schmidt


Three time Emmy Award winning Brad Garrett brings his signature brand of comedy to MGM Grand. The multitalented star is well known for his role as "Robert Barone" on the iconic television series Everybody Loves Raymond. His trademark voice and stand up career spans from film to television.

Brad Garrett is also an experienced poker player and in 2011 released his first book, an autobiography published by The Gallery division of Simon and Schuster titled, When The Balls Drop, a humorous look on life’s second half.

Maximum Hope Foundation

Established by Brad Garrett in 2007, the Maximum Hope Foundation has offered urgent financial relief to over one thousand families caring for a child with a life-limiting illness.

MGM Grand hosts the annual Maximum Hope Foundation Poker Tournament allowing players the chance to play alongside Garrett and other celebrities. Tournament proceeds are donated to the charity fund.


Best Comedy Club in Las Vegas
Casino Player Magazine, December 2013
Best Comedy Club in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Weekly, July 2014


Pre & Post Show Dining


Property Map


Brad Garrett's Comedy Club

Walking Directions

From the MGM Grand front desk

Walk to the escalators located near the main entrance doors. Descend escalators and continue past Fat Tuesday. Brad Garrett's Comedy Club will be on your left.

From the Strip

Enter the resort from Las Vegas Boulevard. Walk towards Centrifuge and stay to the left passing The Buffet. Continue through the Casino, passing Jabbawockeez Theater. Walk towards Avenue Café. Turn right when you reach Avenue Café and continue into The Lobby. Continue to the escalators located next to the main entrance doors. Descend the escalators and continue past Fat Tuesday. Brad Garrett's Comedy Club will be on your left.

Box Office Hours

Brad Garrett Comedy Club Box Office 5 PM to 30 minutes after last performance. Closed on dark days.

Dark Dates

Monday - Wednesday

Group Reservations

For group reservations of 12 or more, please call MGM Resorts Social Occasions at 855.554.5004 or email

Phone Number

Phone 866.740.7711

Age Requirements

Guests must be at least 21 years old. Please note: Seating is best available within the zone purchased. Seats are NOT assigned.



Prohibited Items

  • Weapons, Firearms, Pepper Spray, Pocket Knives or Mace.
  • Bags or backpacks will not be permitted into the venue expect for small personal bags or purses. (12”x12” and 6” Max)
  • Smoking including vape devices and electronic cigarettes.
  • Animals or Pets (accommodations made for trained, harnessed and housebroken service animals)
  • Cameras with interchangeable/detachable lens or external flash.
  • Outside food.
  • Patrons without shoes or shirt.

Disorderly conduct at any time will not be permitted within this venue.

Strobe lights and atmosphere effects may be used during today’s event.


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KÀ by Cirque du Soleil

Welcome to the edge of your seat

A masterpiece in storytelling, this ultra lavish production uses mind-bending acrobatics, fierce martial arts, blazing pyrotechnics and jaw-dropping aerial adventures.

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David Copperfield

Seeing is believing

David Copperfield is a legendary showman known as the "greatest illusionist of our time." Experiencing his show is proof that "magic is as vast as the imagination."