Laugh In The Park returns to Glasgow this summer with some of Scotland’s best comics

Laugh In The Park will return to town this summer with some of the best comics in the country ready to hit the stage.

The festival will feature a staggered lineup in June at Queen’s Park, in the heart of the south site, with the park’s bandstand serving as a unique outdoor venue.

Back for the second edition of the festival, organizers say this year will be bigger and better than before, with many great Scottish comedians taking part – alongside some Scottish rising stars.

Here’s everything you need to know.

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When is it?

Laugh In The Park returns to the city on Saturday, June 11.

Who is efficient?

Hosted by Billy Kirkwood, who recently won a top prize at the Scottish Comedy Awards, the lineup features some of Scotland’s brightest comedy stars, including Viv Gee, Stephen Buchanan and Scottish Comedian of the Year 2021 finalist MC Hammersmith.

There will also be a host of up-and-coming Scottish comics, including MikeyMotion, Rachel Jackson and Rosco McClelland.

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Where is it?

Performances take place in Queens Park in the heart of Glasgow’s south side. The park bandstand will act as a unique outdoor venue with some 500 people expected.

What about this year’s festival?

Organizers said they were delighted to bring the festival back after last year’s “resounding success”.

“The festival was founded last summer between shutdowns and was a smash hit and the culmination of last year’s comedy shows,” they said.

“The first event sold out within hours and turned out to be a sunny evening packed with award-winning comedies from some of Scotland’s finest comics.”

Organizers added that Laugh In the Park plans to be “a permanent fixture on the calendar as a celebration of Scotland’s wealth of comedy talent”.

They said: “Our lineup features seven of the absolute best performers to be found in Scotland and we promise 2.5 hours of award-winning, mind-bending comedy.”

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How can I get tickets?

Tickets will be sold in two-, four-, six-eight-seat bubbles and go on sale tomorrow (Friday, May 6) at noon.

The full program and ticketing information is available at

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