For the first time at Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival, ticketholders will laugh until their sides hurt with the addition of THE KINDHOUSE, offering a daily standup comedy lineup. Located inside Place on 7th, the comedy showcase brings the venue to life with popular comedic acts, DJ performances, spa services, a lounge and bar, food trucks and more.
“We have music, art, learning, theatrical performances and now comedy for our fans to explore,” said Ryan Doherty, chief experience officer for Life is Beautiful. “The addition of the comedy lineup allows us to offer something new for our festival goers and continue to create an all-encompassing experience for our attendees.”
Friday’s entertainment, sponsored by Zappos and hosted by Sam Tallent, will begin at 2:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m., featuring performances by comedic masterminds Joe Gorman, Clare O’Kabe, Eddie Pepitone, Sean Keane, David Gborie, Todd Glass, Josh Androsky, Caitlin Gill, Kaseem Bently and Baron Vaughn.
Presented by Crapshoot Comedy, Saturday will include three showcase style performances at 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. lead by comedic stars, DJ Douggpound, Byron Bowers, Sean Patton and Emily Heller.
Hosted by comedian Bobby Wayne Stauts, Sunday will feature local Las Vegas comedians, with two shows at 4 and 7 p.m. Comedians on the lineup include Ari Phillips, Matt Markman, Jozalyn Sharp and Jason Harris.
Life is Beautiful will fill the streets of Downtown Las Vegas Sept. 23-25.