Win access to the best comedy conference of the year– ComedyPro at Just For Laughs in Montreal

By | July 16, 2013 at 10:14 am | No comments | Giveaways, News | Tags: ,

While the Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal is already chugging along, the exciting conference portion of the fest — aka ComedyPro — doesn’t start until July 25. And we’re please to announce we’re giving away two Conference Passes (normally $149 CDN) to Laughspin readers. Just email contest@laughspin.com with ComedyPro in the subject line and leave your full name. First two people win! The passes give you access to the following:

- Access to the 3-day COMEDYPRO Conference
- Access to the 3-day Podcast Series at the Hyatt Regency
- Access to the Comicpro Series
- Access to the Just For Laughs Awards Show
- Pre-arranged tickets to three (3) New Faces shows
- Access to the Festival rate at our partner hotels (NOTE 1: Please use this link to book rooms at the fest’s partner hotels. NOTE 2: The Conference Pass does NOT provide access to cocktails, networking lunches and the midnight party.

Winners can pick-up their passes at the Just For Laughs Welcome Desk located in front of the Creation Room on Level 6, Hyatt Regency Montreal (1255 Rue Jeanne-Mance), beginning Monday, July 22, 2013.

So, what events exactly will you have access to? Go here for all the details. But, to give you a taste of what to expect, you’ll be able to see Colin Quinn deliver the festival’s keynote address, Andy Kindler unleash his annual State of the Industry Address, check out an “in-conversation” event with Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz, watch the best upcoming comedians in the world at the New Faces shows, watch a live recording of WTF with Marc Maron and tons more!

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