A: 2301 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

A: Detroit House of Comedy is a 16+ club and we do check IDs at the door. We do caution that comedy is subjective and the material may be offensive to some. We generally consider our shows to be R-rated. Please do your own due diligence to research comics if you are unfamiliar with the comic’s material.

A: Seating is general admission for all shows unless otherwise stated. Patrons are advised to show up at least 30 minutes ahead of show time for the best chance at choosing their seats.

There are 6 levels of seating, in a half moon shape facing the stage, similar to an amphitheater. Seating will be accompanied by a table and chairs will be 4 to a table.

A: The box office will open 30 minutes before showtime.

Parking can be competitive on nights when there are several events taking place downtown. Please plan accordingly.

A: We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and debit cards. No personal checks accepted.

A: All sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges.

A: There is no drink minimum.

A: Yes. Comedy is subjective and certain comedians are not for everybody. Watching a YouTube clip or reading the headliner’s biography is a great way to get insight on the expected performance.

A: Shows are usually 90 minutes, although the show’s actual length is entirely dependent on the headliner and what their current performance calls for.

A: Yes, the club is fully accessible. Detroit House of Comedy is on the first floor of Hockeytown Café and there is a ramp down the side of the showroom to access each seating level.

A: There are several parking facilities around Detroit House of Comedy.
Click here for our Parking Link to purchase parking in advance of traveling to the club.

A: Patrons may take personal photographs BEFORE or AFTER the show. Taking pictures and videotaping shows during the show without the club’s and the artist’s written consent is strictly prohibited.

A: We are a no heckling club and discourage unprompted interaction with the comedian while they are on stage. If you or a member of your group becomes a distraction to the act or the audience you will be asked to leave. Often the comedian will be available after the show for pictures and conversation. Please note: the comics reserve the right to interact with audience members at their own discretion. If you’d prefer that this does not happen to you or members of your party, we suggest requesting seats farther away from the stage when you arrive.

A: We run a weekly open mic called Tune Up Tuesday’s that is free to attend. For more information on how to sign up please click here.

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A: For general questions you can call us at ‪(313) 312-4965‬ or email us at detroit@houseofcomedy.net.