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Funny Or Dies Announces Oddball Comedy Fest

04:01 PM Monday 6/17/13 | |

You say you don’t go to comedy shows? What if this one features Dave Chappelle? And Flight of the Conchords? How about we throw in Demetri Martin, Hannibal Buress and Jim Jefferies? And what if it’s presented by Funny Or Die?  Yeah, we thought you’d change your mind.

The Funny Or Die Presents The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival also includes The Daily Show’s Al Madrigal, plus Brody Steven, Chris D’Elia, John Mulaney, Kristen Schaal plus other comedians. It covers 13 cities and is touted as the largest outdoor comedy tour ever promoted by Live Nation.

Well, no kidding. But how could all of these acts perform their material one after the next and still keep people in their seats?

Because this isn’t a show. It’s a festival. Like Lollapalooza or ACL or anything else with multiple stages.

That’s right: a comedy show with multiple stages. Two stages, psychics, freaks and street performers (Dear God: Let one of them be the mime that does the Aristocrats routine.)

“It took the extraordinary talents of Dave Chappelle and Flight of The Conchords’ Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement to create such an amazing night for comedy fans in such incredible summertime venues,” Live Nation’s king of comedy, Geof Wills, said. “We have an amazing supporting cast of comedians on two stages, and lots of extras that will make this a night to remember for comedy fans everywhere.”

The tour kicks off at the new austin360 Amphitheatre in Austin, Texas, Aug. 23.

Here’s the schedule:

Aug. 23 – Austin, Texas, Austin360 Amphitheater     
Aug. 24 – The Woodlands, Texas, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion     
Aug. 25 – Dallas, Texas, Gexa Energy Pavilion     
Aug. 30 – Burgettstown, Pa., First Niagara Pavilion     
Aug. 31 – Tinley Park, Ill., First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre     
Sept. 1 – Clarkston, Mich., DTE Energy Music Theatre     
Sept. 6 – Camden, N.J., Susquehanna Bank Center     
Sept. 7 – Holmdel, N.J., PNC Bank Arts Center     
Sept. 8 – Mansfield, Mass., Comcast Center     
Sept. 13 – Englewood, Colo., Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre     
Sept. 15 – Irvine, Calif., Verizon Wireless Amphitheater     
Sept. 20 – Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre     
Sept. 22 – Phoenix, Ariz., Ak-Chin Pavilion

Local support lineups may vary by city.

Tickets are available June 21.

More information is available at OddballFest.com.
 


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