Jokesters Comedy Club in Las Vegas, NV

The D Las Vegas301 Fremont StLas Vegas, NV 89101
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If you’re looking for laughs in Las Vegas, this show is for you! Jokesters Comedy Club features a rotating cast of resident headliners as well as national touring comedians who make special appearances. This is the place to visit for a hysterical good time.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Las Vegas Travel Experts
  • Parking is free with validation.
  • The show lasts 75 minutes.
  • Show age restrictions are 18+.


from Jokesters Comedy Club
Jokesters Comedy Club is the winner of the 2018 "Best of Las Vegas Comedy Club" Silver Award. Jokesters features professional, live stand-up comedy seven nights a week in Downtown Las Vegas.

We're located on the 2nd-floor showroom inside the D Casino Hotel on Fremont Street overlooking the Fremont Street Experience. Jokesters is proud to feature some of the most hysterical national touring comedians along with our rotating cast of resident headliners as well as showcasing some of the best local up and coming comedians in Las Vegas. And for those that can't make it to our live show, we even have our own local and national Television Show - Jokesters TV.

Ticket Tiers
First seating at cocktail tables in front rows.
Host escorted seat.

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West Wareham, Massachusetts
"Lots of laughs!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 12, 2019 NEW
Went here on a weeknight. Small crowd, maybe less than 20 people. Host was very funny and personable. His wife just had a baby so he had a lot of parenting jokes which was funny for us as parents. There were three comedians and then the headliner. First guy used to be an MMA fighter and then I guess wanted to try comedy. Should have stuck to fighting. He almost reminded me of Barney rubble with cauliflower ear. 2nd guy was an older guy, maybe mid 60s. He was a little funnier than the first guy, but not by much. 3rd guy was an old guy too but much funnier than previous two. Raunchy but hilarious. Headliner was amazing, my husband normally doesn’t like comedy shows because he isn’t easily impressed, but I could see him cackling next to me. I would definitely see this show again the next time I was in Vegas!
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Penny C
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 12, 2019 NEW
The comedy was great! Even for a weeknight we had an awesome time in a small crowd! Highly suggest wondering over to Fremont Street to say hi to Ralph and the gang! Todd and Penny-New Hampshire
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Rancho Cucamonga, California
"Great Show"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 06, 2019 NEW
We had been wanting to see this show for a while, and I'm glad we finally saw it. The crowd was only 16 people which I feel made the show more personal. The comedians were all hilarious. If you have the time go see it.
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Kaiser R
"Funny as Heck!!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 04, 2019 NEW
So went to the show and surprisingly it was a total crowd of maybe 16. So we were a little worried that it would impact the laugh factor. However the small crowd worked in reverse and made the show more personal and funnier. Don Barnhart was the headliner but Keith Lyle, Rick D'Elia,and Shawn Fitzsimmons were all very funny. One of the guys brought a puppy, who added a cuteness factor to the show. Again I believe the crowd or lack of, made the comedians more relaxed and personable. They did an improv set after the show as an addon that was great fun. I totally recommend this "club",if you want to laugh hard. They even included the bartender/waitress in to all their routines. Anyways go, good time.
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Mark W
Henderson, Nevada
"Great night of cheap laughs"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 04, 2019 NEW
I had the chance to catch the show on a recent Tuesday evening. Tickets are very reasonably priced, surprisingly the drinks are as well. The evening started with the emcee Keith Lyle who warmed up the crowd. His delivery was spot on, he really engaged with the crowd and got everyone in a great mood for the following comedians. The next two acts were ok. Their material and delivery were generally funny . My only problem was with one comedian whose act was built around "fat" jokes. While self deprecating humor can be funny, it is also an area that has been mined by many prior comedians. A lot of the jokes seemed familiar from previous experience. The headlining act was Don Barnhart. His act was definitely well thought out and polished. I was pretty much laughing through the whole 30 plus minutes of his set. He was very interactive with the customers in the club, funny without being mean spirited. Also he went out of his way to salute veterans that were in attendance. Sometimes this can come across as forced and insincere, in his case you can tell he has an obvious respect for the sacrifices that people have made. Overall I would go back in a heartbeat. It is rare in Vegas that you can find a venue where you can laugh for an hour and have a drink or two all for less than you will probably slide into a slot machine.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jokesters Comedy Club

When are shows performed?
The show times are nightly at 10:30 pm.

Is parking provided?
Yes, parking is free (with validation).

When’s the earliest I can pick up my ticket?
You can pick up your ticket as early as 10 am the day of the show and the latest you can pick up is 15 minutes after the show starts.

Where is it located?
301 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101.

Is the show appropriate for children?
It’s not appropriate for children. Ages allowed are 18+.

Is the theater wheelchair accessible?

Are pictures allowed?