Laugh with Nationally Famous Performers at Comedy Cabana in Myrtle Beach | Visit
Nothing better than a good laugh, and a Myrtle Beach venue has been keeping you laughing for over two decades.
Comedy Cabana, at 9588 N. Kings Hwy. in Myrtle Beach, has been a Grand Strand favorite for 25 years.
Owned and operated by Jeff and Christine Emanuel since day one, the club attracts a large crowd of locals and tourists each week.
“We have new professional comics every week,” Christine Emanuel said. “All of our headliners have some sort of TV, radio, or movie credit.”
Some of the special event headliners who have appeared at Comedy Cabana include Lewis Black, Bobby Collins, Gary Valentine, TJ Miller, Frank Caliendo, Gallagher, Greg Giraldo, Pauly Shore, Tim Wilson and Jimmie “JJ” Walker, with credits including Comedy Promotions Central and HBO, “Last Comic Standing”, “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and feature films.
Emanuel said comedians love to visit Myrtle Beach because they appreciate the venue’s accommodations as well as the atmosphere and attractions of the Grand Strand area.
“They appreciate the club atmosphere, the professionalism, the beach, the golf course,” said the owner.
The history and popularity of Comedy Cabana has kept talent at the forefront since day one, and the owners call these artists friends as well.
“A lot of these comics, we’ve also established a personal relationship with them,” Emanuel said. “They have become like a second family.
Emanuel said most of the shows are aimed at adults, but are geared towards teens and grandparents.
“Most of our shows are aimed at adults, but they are not rude, rude or offensive,” she said. “Every now and then we’ll have an R-rated show, but we announce it as such.”
The club is open year round and hosts shows seven days a week in the summer. The club was closed on July 4.
Throughout the summer, Comedy Cabana hosts a family comedy and magic show with Michael Bairefoot every Tuesday and a family stand-up show every Wednesday and Thursday. The comics rotate for family stand-up shows.
Upcoming acts include:
- Joey Kola from June 25 to July 1
- Basil July 2 to July 8 (Basil’s Greek comedy show at 5 p.m. on July 8 is a special event)
- Rollin ‘Jay Moore July 10-14
- Special event with Pauly Shore July 15 and Rick Corso July 16 to 22
- Pete Lee July 23-29
- Greg Morton July 30 to August 5
- Don Barnhart August 6-12
- Greg Warren August 13-19
- Joe Bronzi from August 20 to 26
- Dale Jones Aug 27 to Sep 2
“In addition to our regular shows, we have a lot of fundraisers, benefits, private parties and receptions,” Emanuel said. “We have had several wedding receptions, anniversary celebrations and graduation parties here.”
General admission tickets cost $ 17.50. Preferred seat is $ 20.
“Our rates are very reasonable considering the entertainment we provide,” said Emanuel. “Special events are sometimes slightly higher. “
There is a two-item minimum (not two drinks) for guests attending a show at the club, which the owner says is standard for most comedy clubs.
“Our prices for food and drink are also reasonable,” she said. You will definitely have a great time at Comedy Cabana, said the owner.
“Laughter is good for the heart, and I think our love of laughter has played a role in making Comedy Cabana a landmark in Myrtle Beach all these years,” she said.
Comedy Cabana is conveniently located near Restaurant Row on North Kings Highway. The place offers ample parking. For more information, to see the full schedule and to purchase tickets, visit comedycabana.com or dial 843-449-4242.