Charlotte Comedy City Tour

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Tour Details


Explore Charlotte's most interesting neighborhoods on this 90-minute city tour, while your tour guide narrates the sights, sounds & history of the Queen City with a comedic spin. Bring your own beer and wine aboard this hilarious adult-friendly tour!


  • Fully narrated tour
  • Led by a local guide
  • Multiple times offered throughout the day

Know More about this tour

This Charlotte comedy tour departs at 224 East 7th Street in Charlotte and will begin in Uptown, where you'll board the open-air bus and meet your comedic guide.

Cruise along the streets to take in the sights and atmosphere as your guide humorously highlights the history, architecture, and entertainment of the city. As you travel through some of Charlotte's most interesting neighborhoods, including Uptown, Southend, Plaza Midwood, NoDa, and the Fourth Ward, listen to your guide's club-style jokes and commentary.

About halfway through, you'll stop for a quick break. Feel free to bring your own beer and wine on board to enhance your adults-only sightseeing experience.

Please note: Due to the mature nature of the jokes on the bus and the on-board alcohol, this tour is intended for adults only. Those under the age of 16 are not permitted, and absolutely no babies are allowed on the bus due to safety issues (there are no seat belts, and the bus cannot hold car seats or strollers). If any tickets are purchased for children, they will not be allowed to board and no refund will be issued.

Inclusions for Charlotte Comedy City Tour

  • Local guide
  • Live entertainment

Exclusions for Charlotte Comedy City Tour

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Minimum age is 16 years; no one under the age of 16 will be permitted onto the bus

There are no seat belts on the bus, and strollers and car seats cannot be accommodated

If any tickets are purchased for children, they will not be allowed on board and no refund will be issued

Operates in all weather conditions; please dress appropriately

All beer and wine must be sealed when boarding the bus; no open containers may leave the bus

Cancellation Policy
All sales related to this product are final and non-refundable. In case you wish to cancel the reservation you will be charged 100% cancellation fees.

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56 reviews by the users

  • It was AWESOME!!!

  • This was very entertaining and somewhat informative. The comedian was funny but he had too many racial overtones for our taste. He was a young black man and repeatedly refered to kidnapping us white folk for the cause. He also joked about black lives matter to black people too so they should wear their seat belts. People that were late were on colored people time etc.

  • This tour was great! The pickup location was at the 7th Street Public Market, where parking was plentiful and you could easily pick up some alcohol to bring on the bus with you. The tour was entertaining and funny, while also showing you the highlights of Charlotte and suggestions for dining, nightlife, etc.

  • I really enjoy the funny bus. It was informative as well as a great time filled with lots of laughs. CHURCH!!!!

  • This tour was amazing!

  • Thomas gave us a grand tour, did a great job. Was funny, entertaining, kept us laughing. Some raunchiness, but we were fine with the level... If you are in town, it was a fun diversion! FYI, BYOB did work on this tour!

  • A great time was had by all on this comedy tour. Great comedian and driver. Highly recommend it for adults !

  • JD was hysterical. Was unsure about this bus beforehand but hands down recommend to anyone looking for a laugh and drive around the city. Not much history was learned but we had a great time and it was a highlight of our time in Charlotte.

  • Great tour. Relaxing environment. Tour guy was funny with lots of adult jokes. You can bring your own beer/wine. We made a pit stop and got free hotdogs and a t-shirt at the music factory. Definitely recommended.

  • It was sacrilegious to use Jesus' name in his jokes and to make a drinking game out of going by churches. There are so many other ways to be funny but that was not one of them.

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