Laugh Out Loud

Laugh until your sides ache at the award-winning and incredibly diverse comedy joints in and around the Twin Cities.

Acme Comedy Co.

A crown jewel of comedy in the Midwest.

The Brave New Workshop in downtown Minneapolis

Brave New Workshop

The longest-running sketch-comedy theater in the nation, the BNW boasts alumni including Louis Anderson and United States Senator Al Franken.

Bryant-Lake Bowl

Comedy theater, cabaret, awesome food and, of course, bowling unite at this popular hangout in Minneapolis’ lively Lyn-Lake neighborhood.


Voted Best Improv Show by locals on a routine basis.

A group of people are sitting in a line horizontally behind a man who is standing and holding a large fish with two hands.

HUGE Improv Theater

As the only Twin Cities stage dedicated to long-form improvisation, there are performances up to seven nights a week here.

Joke Joint Comedy Club

Laugh along with the nationally-touring comedians who take the stage at Joke Joint Comedy Club, then grab a bite to eat.

Patrick's Cabaret

Enjoy the weekend cabaret featuring a diverse range of performers. The stage welcomes dance, performance art, comedy, theater, spoken word and more.

Rick Bronson's House of Comedy

Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy represents just one of the fourth floor dining and entertainment options at Mall of America.

Southern Theater

If you’re up past midnight on Saturdays, head over to Balls Experimental Cabaret and immerse yourself in Minneapolis’ bohemian subculture.

Man holds a fish in "Attack of the Asian Carp!" segment at HUGE Improv Theater in Minneapolis on October 25, 2012. Comedy clubs in the Twin Cities.

Twin Cities Comedy Clubs

From local favorites spouting comedy gold at stand-up shows to side-busting improv sketches, the Twin Cities know funny.


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