Comedy legend George Lopez will open the brand new Comedy Works on October 10th & 11th as part of the grand opening festivities at the new facility.

Located at 5345 Landmark Place in Greenwood Village, Comedy Works will be the entertainment centerpiece of the Landmark Village located just west of I-25, between Orchard and Belleview. The three story 21,000 sq ft facility (plus 4,000 square feet in patio space) will feature a state of the art showroom accommodating up to 450 patrons. In addition, Comedy Works will operate Lila B., a lounge, with small plates and signature drinks; as well as the restaurant Lucy, featuring modern American cuisine with a southern twist. The Curtis Ballroom on the third floor will be available for private events, parties, & receptions. 

“We can’t wait to share our new club and restaurant with the community,” said owner Wende Curtis.  A stellar line-up of talent has been confirmed for the first three weekends of operation. 

George Lopez (TV & film, Time Magazine’s top 25 most influential Hispanics in America):

October 10th – 11th

Bob Saget (“America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “The Aristocrats,”  “Full House”): 

October 17th – 18th

Jimmy Fallon (“Saturday Night Live,” “Factory Girl,” future host of “Late Night” on NBC):

October 23rd – 25th

Kathleen Madigan (Lewis Black’s “Root of all Evil,” “Last Comic Standing” ):

October 30th – November 1st

 

Tickets go on-sale Thursday, August 21st at 10am. For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit comedyworks.com or call 303.595.3637. Downtown will continue to ring with laughter seven nights a week at the Larimer Square location (1226 15th Street).