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Colossal Clusterfest Tickets
Colossal Clusterfest TicketsColossal Clusterfest, sometimes known as just Clusterfest, is a multi-day music and comedy extravaganza put on by Comedy Central in San Francisco. At Clusterfest, you can see the biggest names in comedy perform back-to-back, along with live music performances from bands and DJs. Clusterfest also adds interactive displays and appearances from popular podcast hosts to their lineup for a festival that's completely unique. Clusterfest typically happens in June, and the 2020 festival will be the comedy festival's fourth year in operation.
Comedy Central IRLComedy Central announced its first Colossal Clusterfest in the spring of 2017. The festival would occur over multiple days with comedians and musicians appearing on multiple stages. The first year's lineup was impressive: Kevin Hart, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Burr, Sarah Silverman, Fred Armisen, Bob Odenkirk and Tig Notaro were among the comedians to take the stage while Tegan and Sara and Ice Cube provided musical accompaniment. Maya Rudolph even entertained the masses with her Prince cover band. Colossal Clusterfest is still going strong and has added unique attractions, such as Arrested Development's banana stand and The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library since its advent. All these activities make Colossal Clusterfest a must-see if you're in San Francisco in June.
Where can I buy Colossal Clusterfest tickets?Get a chance to see your favorite comedians, musicians and podcasts live when you buy Colossal Clusterfest tickets at StubHub.
Where does Colossal Clusterfest happen?In the past, the festival has occurred at multiple venues: Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Attendees should pay close attention to the venue and stage where each performer will be to ensure they are in the right place.
Who else has appeared at Colossal Clusterfest?Comedians who have performed at Clusterfest include Tiffany Haddish, Amy Schumer, Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, Patton Oswalt, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler and Jim Jeffries. Musicians such as Salt-N-Pepa, The Lonely Island and Third Eye Blind have graced the festival stages. The addition of podcasts meant attendees could see Comedy Bang! Bang!, Last Podcast on the Left, My Favorite Murder and Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness record live episodes in between laughing along with their favorite comedians.
What else is there to do at Colossal Clusterfest?If you want to socialize or stretch your legs for a bit, Colossal Clusterfest has you covered. Past festivals have included exhibits where you can snap a selfie, such as the recreations of Jerry Seinfeld's on-screen living room and the Dunder-Mifflin officer from The Office or the Drunk History pub.
What should I know about Colossal Clusterfest?The festival is big. The first year anticipated 30,000 attendees. Plan plenty of time to move between stages or venues. Those people last in line may miss their chance to get a seat and have to stand at the rear of the room. Because doors close for each show, you can miss a show even if you've reserved your place. Shows require reservations for tickets, which open two hours before the show.
What ticket options are available for Colossal Clusterfest?You can buy day passes as well as weekend tickets for Colossal Clusterfest to accommodate your schedule. The festival announces day lineups in advance, so you can determine which ticket option is best for you.
How do I navigate Colossal Clusterfest?There will be maps available on the premises, and you can download a digital version from the website.
Do I need the Clusterfest app?From the official app, learn more about the entertainment and play trivia for a chance to win free tickets, among other activities. The app also enables you to reserve tickets for shows.
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