Snowmass Live Comedy Series announces winter 2023-24 lineup

Snowmass Comedy WKND! headliner Natasha Leggero.
Courtesy Snowmass Comedy

Get ready to laugh your way through the winter season. The Snowmass Live Comedy Series for 2023-24 includes a talented line-up of national and regional comedians, plus a brand-new Comedy WKND event. This season in Snowmass promises to be the funniest yet. Tickets for all shows go on sale Monday, Nov. 6 at noon MST at

There’s something in store for everyone in the Snowmass Base Village venues (The Collective Hall, and, new this year, Base Village Conference Center). The line-up includes:

• Valley Comedy Showcase, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, featuring the valley’s most outstanding comedians at The Collective Hall. Tickets start at $15.

• Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Comedy Show with SNL’s KC Shornima, Denver’s Janae Burris and more, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 20 at The Collective Hall. Shornima returns to Snowmass after her sold-out summer show. Tickets start at $25

• An Evening of Comedy with Dino Archie, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10 at The Collective Hall. Winner of the Seattle International Comedy Competition and also seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live and NPR’s “Snapped Judgement,” Archie’s comedy is known for his captivating storytelling, sharp wit and thought-provoking social commentary. Tickets start at $25.

• Laugh Out Proud! 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. Celebrate with Gay Ski Week for a Snowmass Live show featuring Denver-based LGBTQ+ comedians at The Collective Hall. Tickets start at $25, and proceeds benefit AspenOut.

• An Evening of Comedy with Laura Peek, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31 at The Collective Hall. One of the most promising young Los Angeles-based stand-up comics to come out of Nashville’s bustling comedy scene, Peek was selected as a New Face at the prestigious 2022 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and was named one of Vulture Magazine’s Comics You Should and Will Know 2022. Tickets start at $25.

• Comedy Open Mic Night featuring the funniest local and visiting comedians at The Collective Hall, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7. From hilarious one-liners to gut-busting stories, you never know what to expect at an open mic night, and that’s its beauty — it’s raw, unfiltered, and hilarious. Tickets start at $15.

• Comedy WKND! at The Collective Hall, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16-18. Join the inaugural Comedy WKND in Snowmass, where the laughter never stops. In venues across Snowmass Base Village, come for the comedy, stay for the memories, and leave with a heart full of laughter. The line-up             includes: Friday’s Double the Trouble Comedy Night with Jeff Wright and Joey Avery (“Late Night with Seth Meyer’s” own Jeff Wright joins rising star Joey Avery for a hilarious evening at The Collective Hall). Tickets start at $25. Saturday’s Evening of Comedy at Base Village Conference Center with Natasha Leggero (an accomplished actress, writer and stand-up comedian, Natasha recently released “The Honeymoon Stand Up Special” on Netflix and starred in the CBS sitcom “Broke” and more). Tickets start at $35. On Sunday, Feb. 18, the Drag Queen Bingo Brunch kicks off at 12:30 p.m., hosted by Aspen’s Queen Kendra Matic and DJ Romy Ancona. This duo will leave you dancing, laughing and, of course, winning prizes all afternoon at The Collective Hall. Tickets start at $25.

An Evening of Comedy with Langston Kerman, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 at The Collective Hall. LA-based comedian, actor, writer and producer Langston stars in “Bust Down” on Peacock, on his podcast “My Momma Told Me” and on Comedy Central, HBO Max and ABC. Tickets start at $25.

• Valley Comedy Showcase, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13 at The Collective Hall. A showcase of the valley’s most outstanding comedians. Line-up TBA. Tickets start at $15

“We’ve nurtured this series into something extraordinary over the past few years. I’m ecstatic to keep delivering the gift of laughter to our community,” said Sarah Sanders, director of plaza venues and events. “This season’s lineup is set to be an absolute riot and our best yet. I’m counting down the days until we are laughing together in Snowmass.”