Nicole Byer Set to Make Whistler Laugh

One of the most anticipated events during Whistler Pride and Ski Festival is the Night of Comedy. The evening attracts a big crowd to the conference centre every year ready to laugh and have fun. The night is event a highlight of the year for local residents, giving them the chance to see a high profile act without having to travel to the city. Organizers are absoluely tickled pink to be announcing Nicole Byer as the headliner for Whistler Pride Night of Comedy 2020.

Nicole Byer is one of the most versatile and recognizable voices in today’s comedy landscape. She is instantly recognizable as the host of Netflix’s Emmy-nominated competition baking series Nailed-It and her voice will also sound very familiar to fans of  Tuca & Bertie. Many also know her from her weekly podcast Why Won’t You Date Me, and her hosting duties on Drag Her (formerly What the Tuck!) a podcast recapping Rupaul’s Drag Race.

She is no stranger to film and television with credits that include Mike and Dave need Wedding Dates, Lady Dynamite, Brooklyn 99, The Unicorn, Black Lady Sketch Show, Bojack Horseman, and 30 Rock.

Comedy Night takes place on Wednesday January 29, 2020 at the Whistler Conference Centre. It will feature Nicole Byer with a currently unannounced opening act. Doors open at 7pm with the show starting at 8pm.

The event is followed by an after-party at CABN at the Aava Whistler Hotel, the host hotel for the festival.

The opening act will be announced November 27th, Talent for the Friday and Saturday night cabaret performances will also be announce on that day. Individual tickets for those events will be available for purchase on that day.

Comedy Night and the After Party are included in Full-Week Festival pass. Those passes are already on sale and included in some Host Hotel Booking Packages.

Visit our ticketing site for festival event details and ticket information.

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival started out as a small gathering of ski-enthusiasts back in 1992. Now one of the largest queer-focused ski festivals in the world. The award-winning festival attracts participants from around the globe for an unparalleled mountain experience and the expertise of the friendly ski/snowboard guides . The week also includes world-class event programming featuring internationally recognized talent. Join the fun in 2020 from January 26 – Feb 2.