In an effort to spread some joy, comfort and holiday cheer, Las Vegas Comedian Don Barnhart is offering complimentary tickets throughout the month of December in celebration of the Grand Reopening of his nightly residency at Delirious Comedy Club in Downtown Las Vegas.
Nightly laughter returns to Downtown Las Vegas as Delirious Comedy Club celebrates its Grand Reopening on November 30th at their new home on the 1st floor of ZAI Nightclub on Fremont Street. Shows begin November 30th and will run Thurs – Sun with 2 shows nightly at 7 & 9 pm.
The Grand Reopening of Delirious Comedy Club features resident headliner Don Barnhart, who co-produced and can be seen in the new Matt Rife Vampire Comedy “Don’t Suck”. Don Barnhart has traveled the world entertaining the troops and his Dry Bar Comedy Special is going viral. Joining Barnhart onstage are comedians Erin O’Connor, Ron Coleman and Guy Fessenden and each week features a rotating cast of special guests. It’s not uncommon for a celebrity or two to join Barnhart on stage.
Critics are raving, “Don Barnhart is hysterically funny, delivering well-written topical material with an improvisation flair that’s not to be missed. Don pushes the boundaries of “Cancel Culture” using common sense without being overtly offensive. He’s a refreshing voice in comedy with the clever, witty insights of George Carlin and the facial expressions of Jim Carey.”
“If you enjoy quick witted comedy and hilarious scenarios then you’re going to love this Dry Bar Comedy Special from Don Barnhart.” Although Don Barnhart’s Dry Bar Special is family friendly and safe for all audiences when Barnhart hits the stage, he doesn’t hold back and takes the audience to a whole new level.
When it comes to “Cancel Culture” the comedian explained, “Politicians say horrific, racist things and when people get mad, they claim it was a joke but when a comedian makes a joke and someone doesn’t like it, they protest and want that comedian’s head on a stick. At Delirious we follow the sentiment of Netflix as we have a vast array of different styles of comedians and support their artistic freedoms, so if you can’t give them the benefit of the doubt when it comes to humor then maybe a comedy club isn’t for you.”
Barnhart added, “We’re here to make you laugh but if you’re easily offended or have an agenda, then you’re really missing the point of going to a comedy club and should probably stay at home.”
It only took a couple of months to find their new home for Delirious Comedy Club and Barnhart added, “The thing I miss most about performing is seeing people smile and hearing their laughter, laughter can be a great healing tool and it’s important to our mental health and right now, we need it more than ever.”
Prior to finding their new location, Mayor Carol Goodman recently proclaimed Delirious Comedy Day honoring the comedy club’s 5 year run as the only full-time, professional comedy club in Downtown Las Vegas.
Full bar service, drink specials and bottle service are available during the show and customers are encouraged to visit the rooftop bar before and after the shows for the best happy hour and drink specials in Las Vegas.
Delirious Comedy Club will also reopen The House of Magic with their “Family Friendly” 5 Star rated Comedy & Magic Show beginning December 7th with shows Thursday – Sunday at 5pm. The show will feature a rotating cast of some the best comedy magicians working today with their motto, “Real Magic, Not Taken Seriously!”
Tickets are limited and customers must use the code, “Holiday” when checking online at www.DeliriousComedyClub.com