504Comedy is a one-stop location for everything comedy in New Orleans. We feature stand-up, open mics, sketch, improv, and storytelling show listings and a living calendar of comedy shows happening in the metro New Orleans area. Events are user-submitted by show producers and hosts, and curated by comedian Geoffrey Gauchet. Local comedy news is provided by Paul Oswell via nocomedy.com.
We aim to showcase all the great stuff comedians in New Orleans are creating, not just the shows they produce or perform on. We list podcasts and web series, along with albums and t-shirts for sale direct from the performers.
We also serve as a resource for comedians traveling and touring through New Orleans. We provide a listing of comedian-approved bars, restaurants, parks, museums, and other things to do while you're here in New Orleans, and not the typical tourist stuff. Where to get a good daiquiri, the best corner store fried chicken, the bar you can still sorta smoke in -- it's all there.
So whether you're looking for a stand-up showcase, a comedy open mic, a sketch show, an improv troup showcase, a storytelling show, a live podcast recording, a gameshow, or a nationally touring headlining comedian 504Comedy is where to find it. Subscribe to our daily or weekly emails to keep up to date! You can also follow us on Twitter at @504Comedy, on Facebook at /504comedy, or on Instagram at @504_comedy to get instant daily updates on shows happening around town.
All this takes time and money to do and visiting this site and attending a show is a great way to thank us! If you really wanna thank us, subscribe to our Patreon! The money goes 100% to hosting fees of the site and to purchasing promotional items such as stickers.
504Comedy is not associated with any specific bar, theater, or comedy club. We strive to list comedy shows from every venue in the area that respects performers and allows them to work in a safe environment. Additionally, the site and Geoffrey Gauchet are not affiliated with any of the businesses or locations listed in the Visiting Comics Guide. They're just cool places locals like to hang at.