- Admission to Aces of Comedy at the Mirage Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip
- See stand-up acts by some of today's most popular comedians including Jay Leno, Kevin James and Kathy Griffin
- Choose from front or rear seating at early or late shows, depending on the comedian
- Ideal way to unwind after a full day of sightseeing or to kick off a fun night on the town!
What You Can Expect
Ron White - December 5, 6, 12, 13; February 6, 7, 13, 14; March 20, 21
Ray Romano and Kevin James - November 14, 15
Jay Leno - November 21, 22; February 28; May 15; June 13; July 4
George Lopez - November 28, 29
Joel McHale - December 29, 30
Ray Romano and David Spade - February 20, 21; April 10, 11
Wayne Brady - February 27, 28; April 17
Beloved as the long-time host of The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, this veteran funny man packs a powerful stand-up punch. An inductee into the Television Hall of Fame, Leno is a perennially popular performer.
Appearing on the big screen in movies such as Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Zookeeper, Grown Ups and Hitch, James was also the star of the long-running sitcom King of Queens, for which he earned an Emmy nomination in 2006 for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
Kevin James and Ray Romano
King of Queens star James and Everybody Loves Raymond star Romano take the stage together to display their unique comedic stylings.
David Spade and Ray Romano
Ray Romano the star of Everybody Loves Raymond teams up with David Spade, the wise-cracking, power-hungry assistant from Just Shoot Me for an evening of hilarious banter.
Emmy Award winning actor, recording artist, improvisationalist, dancer, and television personality, Wayne's work can be seen almost everywhere! Brady can be seen everyday on CBS as the host of the daytime classic "Let's Make A Deal," and he has had guest-starring roles on "The Dave Chappelle Show," "30 Rock," "How I Met Your Mother," "Dirt," and "Everybody Hates Chris".
A cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking comedian who performed with Jeff Foxworthy on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, White has sold millions of CDs and DVDs of his act, starred in two top-rated Comedy Central specials and has had a book on The New York Times Best Seller list.
One of the busiest actors in show business, Joel McHale brings his own unique brand of humor to Aces of Comedy. Currently, Joel is the host of E!'s The Soup and can also be seen in the hit comedy show Community. He is a star of the big screen with credits including A Merry Friggin' Christmas with Robin Williams, Blended with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore and TED with Mark Wahlberg.
Regularly performing on late-night shows hosted by David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon and Conan O'Brien, Burr had a recurring role on the TV show Breaking Bad and has also appeared in several films including The Heat. His Monday Morning Podcast is one of the most popular comedy podcasts on iTunes.
Iglesias is known for poking fun at his robust size and for his ability to imitate a variety of sound effects from speeding cars to microwave ovens, as well as voices. His high-energy, clean style makes him a favorite with audiences of all ages.
A favorite of other comedians, this funny woman has enjoyed more than 25 years in the business and has performed on nearly every late night show on television. She's released a multitude of comedy specials, including one that iTunes named one of the Best Comedy Albums of 2013.
This comedian has long poked fun at celebrity gossip and Hollywood hijinx and has performed her stand-up act on Broadway. A versatile and long-time performer, she is also a two-time Emmy winner, three-time Grammy nominee and New York Times bestselling author.
This intense comic rants on stage about history, politics and culture. He is a Grammy Award winner and star of Comedy Central's The Root of All Evil and is known for his regular no-holds-barred commentaries on The Daily Show.
Swardson has a number of comedy writing and producing credits to his name, including Malibu's Most Wanted, Benchwarmers and I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. He has also been in films such as Blades of Glory and had a sketch show on Comedy Central called Pretend Time with Nick Swardson that ran from 2010 to 2012.