7th Annual High Plains Comedy Festival Makes First Line-Up Announcement

Denver’s High Plains Comedy Festival is one of the best comedy festivals (that’ just a comedy festival rather than part of a bigger music and arts festival) that we have going in the U.S. Now in it’s 7th year, it looks to keep that way for the weekend of Thurs. Sept. 26th-Sat. Sept. 28th.

The first wave of comics announced for this year sure makes it seem like High Plains will continue on its hot streak.

Thus far, scheduled to perform:

–   Moshe Kasher
–   Kyle Kinane
–   Rhea Butcher
–   Adam Cayton-Holland
–   Baron Vaughn
–   Andrew Orvedahl
–   Ben Roy
–   Ian Karmel
–   David Gborie
–   Kate Willett
–   Chris Garcia
–   Shane Torres
–   Sean Jordan
–   Nore Davis
–   Kyle Ayers
–   Amy Miller
–   Joyelle Nicole Johnson
–   Allen Strickland Williams
–   Eric Dadourian
–   Joe Kwaczala
–   Charla Lauriston
–   Dave Stone
–   Bryan Cook
–   Maggie Maye
–   Andy Peters
–   Sammy Arechar
–   Casey Ley
–   Barbara Gray
–   Mike Carrozza
–   Adam Burke
–   Chelsea Hood
–   David Perdue
–   Zach Peterson
–   Ian Aber
–   Anwar Newton
–   Mike Turner
–   Troy Walker
–   Chris Charpentier
–   Jordan Doll
–   Mara Wiles
–   Stephen Agyei
–   Brent Gill
–   Rachel Weeks
–   Matt Monroe
–   Kevin O’Brien
–   Mallory Wallace
–   Eric Henderson
–   Nolawee Mengist

Pretty great, right? If you’re in and around Denver, CO at the end of Sept., you really ought to snag a $140 pass or get some tickets to as much of this as you can. Get more details, tickets, passes, etc. for High Plains here.