The Peachtree Comedy Festival is a national entertainment event focused on the art and business of comedy. Our mission is to provide a national platform for emerging and experienced comedians by generating opportunities for collaboration, engagement and empowerment.

We are committed to providing a quality event with comedy shows highlighting the best in entertainment.  The festival will be packaged with educational and influential seminars to help comedians boost their careers.

Our goal is to be the first successful comedy festival in metro Atlanta by becoming a well-known, highly attended and respected event in urban communities across all multi cultural ethnicites but with an emphasis on African America culture.


The Peachtree Comedy Festival is the vision of Luelue Korrell. Luelue created this festival in April, 2018 with the help of Marteeta Spradling, Tiffanie Harris, DeMarkus Taylor and a host of friends, to whom we are eternally grateful.
Luelue Korrell

Luelue Korrell

Luelue Korrell is the creator and Executive Producer of the Peachtree Comedy Festival.  Luelue started her comedy career in 2010 and is an alumnus of Rodney Perry’s Never Deny Improv, American Comedy Institute (ACI), Jeff Justice Comedy Institute and Joel Byars Comedy.  She has performed in comedy shows throughout the U.S. and at some of Atlanta’s hottest comedy clubs, including Punchline, Laughing Skull, and Atlanta Improv.  She has also been featured in shows at Gotham Comedy Club in New York and Joey’s in Dearborn Michigan. In 2012, Luelue created the Sistahs in Spanx Comedy showcase, an annual comedy event highlighting upcoming female comediennes, which she has served as the executive producer for the past eight years.  Luelue’s passion for comedy has evolved into a vision that will create a national platform for emerging and experienced comedians to generate new opportunities in the comedy industry.