2017 - Cottage Country Comedy Festival
2017 - Winnipeg Comedy Festival
2016 - JFL42 - Toronto
2016 - TV Taping for Kevin Hart's Laugh Out Loud Comedy Network
2016 - Just For Laughs Comedy Festival - Montreal
2016 - Icebreakers Comedy Festival
2014 - Writer for the Canadian Comedy Hit Series "Spun Out."
2013, 2015 - Halifax Comedy Festival
2013, 2016 - Laugh Out Loud Sudbury Comedy Festival.
2012 New Years Eve Comedy Extravaganza, at Massey Hall, Toronto.
2010 - Finals in the $25,000.00 Yuk Yuks Great Canadian Laugh Off.
2007 - A runner-up for the prestigious Tim Sims Encouragement Award.
Patrick Haye has grown to be a favourite wherever he plays. He has been featured on the Panel on CBC’s, George Stroumboulopoulus Tonight. Patrick has also opened for Gerry Dee ("Mr. D"), Brian Callen (Mad TV, "Hangover"), Eddie Griffin ("Undercover Brother"), and Harland Williams (Dumb and Dumber, Half Baked)
His hilarious observations, storytelling, and a keyboard musical Comedy piece has him busy performing at Clubs, Colleges, Universities, and Corporate events all over the country
April 20th - Yuk Yuk's - Toronto
April 21st, 22nd - MC - Yuk Yuk's - London
April 25th - I'll Be Seeing You - Toronto
April 27th - MC - Western Fair District - London
April 29th - HEADLINE - Stampede Ranch - Guelph
April 30th - HEADLINE - Kenny Robinson's Nubian Night - Yuk Yuk's - Toronto
May 6th - Cottage Country Comedy Festival - Muskoka
May 30th - FEATURE - Oakwood Resort - Lake Huron
June 9th, 10th - MC - Yuk Yuk's - Ajax
July 28th, 29th - MC - Yuk Yuk's - Hamilton
August 18th, 19th - CO-FEATURE - Yuk Yuk's - London
"Patrick Haye, on the verge of major breakout success, delivered a perfect set that included being racially profiled in an Edmonton gun range, how they should have warning labels on alcohol bottles as they do on cigarette packs and – his best joke – unintentionally intimidating an older white woman while standing in line at the bank. His timing is impeccable and his physicality – including big facial gestures – reinforces his punchlines without feeling contrived." ~ Glenn Sumi - NOW MAGAZINE