High Plains Comedy Fest, one of the largest comedy festivals in Denver, is set to return to South Broadway and the Paramount theatre August 25-27. Once again, High Plains will showcase a mix of national and local acts including headliners Garfunkel & Oates, Kyle Kinane and Cameron Esposito.  This new wave of comics welcomes back many local faces including the Grawlix crew consisting of Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy, who will return to Denver fresh off the set of their second season of Those Who Can’t. Los Angeles will also lose a little more laughter as Denver’s Troy Walker, Kristin Rand, Chris Charpentier and Jordan Doll will also return to perform at the festival. Other can’t miss comics at this year’s event include comedy legend Bobcat Goldthwait, Jonah Ray from Hidden America and Mystery Science Theater 3000, and Baron Vaughn from Grace and Frankie.

Read on for the full list below and then make sure to get your VIP pass or tickets to the headliners show here. Make sure to check back here for more,  because as High Plains Comedy Festival’s media sponsor, 303 will have everything you need to know about this year’s fest.

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    2016 High Plains Comedy Festival comics thus far

    Adam Cayton-Holland

  • Andrew Orvedahl
  • Ben Roy
  • Bobcat Goldthwait
  • Jonah Ray
  • Sean Patton
  • Steve Agee
  • Aparna Nancherla
  • Baron Vaughn
  • Brooks Wheelan
  • Eliza Skinner
  • Brent Weinbach
  • Andrew Santino
  • Dulcé Sloan
  • Nick Vatterott
  • Sean O’Connor
  • Ahmed Bharoocha
  • Ian Karmel
  • Jermaine Fowler
  • Chris Garcia
  • Caitlin Gill
  • Joel Kim Booster
  • Noah Gardenswartz
  • Troy Walker
  • David Gborie
  • Kristin Rand
  • Bryan Cook
  • Chris Charpentier
  • Amy Miller
  • Jordan Doll
  • Sean White
  • Gilbert Lawand
  • Nato Green
  • Kate Willett
  • Kenny DeForest
  • Brandie Posey
  • Martin Morrow
  • Kristin Clifford
  • Sam Tallent

Get to know the Comics

The Grawlix – Those Who Can’t

Baron Vaughn

Garfunkel and Oates

Editor’s Note: 303 Magazine is a media sponsor of High Plains Comedy Festival.

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