The Plano Comedy Festival is back for its sixth year with over 20 shows and over 100 comedy acts in just eight days. Check out a list of headliners below:
- Beth Stelling (Netflix, Comedy Central, CONAN, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chelsea Lately, HBO Max, Amazon’s Red Oaks, Peacock’s Rutherford Falls)
- Rachel Feinstein (Comedy Central, Netflix is a Joke, HBO’s Crashing, Amazon’s Red Oaks, Inside Amy Schumer, ABC’s The View, Hulu’s Life & Beth)
- Mia Jackson (Comedy Central, EPIX, Just for Laughs New Faces, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Mother’s Day)
- Paul Varghese (Comedy Central, Showtime, Telemundo 2, Moontower Comedy Festival, NBC’s Last Comic Standing)
- Ali Macofsky (Kill Tony, Just for Laughs New Faces, KIIS’s On Air with Ryan Seacrest)
- Usama Siddiquee (NBC’s America’s Got Talent, BET, Netflix’s Inventing Anna and Survival of the Thickest, HBO’s And Just Like That, Just for Laughs New Faces)
- Flo Hernandez (HBO, NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Showtime, Winner Funniest Comic in Texas)
- Linda Stogner (Emmy Award Winner, Dry Bar Comedy, Winner Funniest Comic in Texas, HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival, Joan River’s Comedy Special)
- Mitch Burrow (Fox’s Laughs, Crazy Ass Criminals, and Punchline, Winner Trial By Laughter)
- The Magic of Eric Eaton (Merlin Award Winner, Masters of Illusion)
- Fonzo Crow (Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam Tour, Funniest Comic in Texas)
- Sheridi Lester (Winner Funniest Comic in Dallas, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival)
- Daryl Felsberg (Truth or Daryl, YouTube Series Daryl Eats, Open Bar Comedy Special)
- Raul Sanchez (EPIX, Just for Laughs New Faces, Winner Funniest Comic in Texas, Moontower Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival)
The festival will also feature a free family-friendly comedy and magic show at 2:30 p.m. at The Plano House of Comedy with performances by Linda Stogner, The Comedy Arena and Gregg Ka-Zam.
The mission of the Plano Comedy Festival is to enrich the City of Plano and surrounding communities with the comedic arts by organizing an annual comedy festival that contributes to Plano’s artistic development and creates an environment for comedians to showcase their talent, according to a press release. The festival is a nonprofit organization funded in part by the City of Plano.
Individual show information, day passes, vip passes, the full lineup and more can be found on Plano Comedy Festival’s website.