Known as La Puerta De Colorado, Trinidad, CO is an emerging mountain town steeped in natural and architectural beauty. A traditional stop along the Santa Fe Trail, the once booming coal city has a long and colorful history. These features alone make it an ideal local to host modern day festival crowds, but what makes Trinidad so unique is it's position along Amtrak's Southwest Chief Passenger line and Interstate 25. A one-of-a-kind crossroads; sitting both halfway between the legendary comedy and improv city of Chicago, Illinois and the global film and entertainment mecca of Los Angeles, California and only a few hours drive south of the top mid-sized comedy city in the county, Denver, Colorado and a few hours north of New Mexico's thriving film and art community. There is no other place quite like it.
This festival offers a fun and unique travel excursion for comedy enthusiasts of all ages while offering development opportunities for Trinidad and Southern Colorado.
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Southwest Chief Festivals
Trains, bicycles and lots of laughs! Trinidad serves as the center station of Amtrak's Southwest Chief rail line that connects Chicago to Los Angeles by way of Kansas City, Albuquerque, Flagstaff and more. This festival combines the area's love of the outdoors stand-up comedy at relaxing Trinidad venues.