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IS THE BEST MEDICINE Laughter Join Chelsea Handler, David Spade, Nikki Glaser, Donnell Rawlings, Shaun Majumder and much more on August 13th & 15th at the Edmonton Exhibition Lands Racetrack Infield!

The Great Outdoors Comedy Festival is all about good times and incredible live comedy that we've all come to miss over the past year and a half. We're making it safer and more intimate while creating more space and keeping the same excitement and togetherness that guests have come to expect from a live event. Safety is our top priority, and while we want to encourage everyone to have a good time, we will be taking some extra precautions to make sure everyone can enjoy the experience safely.

Limited Capacity

Tons of outdoor space to enjoy your favourite comedians live on stage this summer!

Social Distancing

Please respect others space when moving around the site and stay 2m apart!

Reserved Tables

Your own reserved table (all 2m apart) for up to 6 people.

Cashless Ordering

Order food, drinks and merch from your phone, delivered right to your table!

Two amazing comedy lineups on Friday August 13th and Sunday August 15th!

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Racetrack Infield

The Great Outdoors Comedy Festival will take place at the historic Racetrack Infield on the Edmonton Exhibition Lands (formerly Northlands Park) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Located in Treaty 6 Territory - Amiskwacîwâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ

Over 350,000 square feet of outdoor event space

Limited capacity and social distancing

Comedy Club / patio style setup

Supporting Local

The Great Outdoors Comedy Festival is part of a summer outdoor event series produced by Trixstar focused on getting the entertainment industry back up and running safely while supporting dozens of businesses, artists and local charities along the way. $2 from every ticket purchased for the event series will be donated to Boyle Street and Hope Mission helping them support men, women, youth & children experiencing poverty and homelessness in Edmonton, as well as 50/50 programs and employment opportunities at the festival grounds.

A portion of festival proceeds are also being donated to the Centre for Arts and Music, adding a new improv program to their existing music program for vulnerable youth. Participating in the arts earns the children self-esteem, respect for themselves and others, and much needed self-confidence. Studies show that children who are exposed to the arts do better in school and other areas of life.

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