« Japanese band Toe reissuing LPs, announce first-ever North American tour (dates & album stream) | Akitsa playing NYC with Volhan, who are also touring with Black Twilight Circle collective (dates) »
Jim Gaffigan w/ Sarah Silverman in NYC in 2012 (more by David Andrako)
The not-for-profit Woodstock Comedy Festival is being held from September 20-22 across various venues in Woodstock, NY. Net profits from the festival will benefit two charities: Family of Woodstock (which works with domestic violence) and Polaris Project (which works with human trafficking). More information on tickets (TBA), performers (TBA), venues and donations is available via the festival's website.
Much sooner than that, there will be a fundraiser for the festival happening in Brooklyn on Friday (6/28) at Littlefield. The intimate space will be headlined by comedian Jim Gaffigan, and the show also features Adam Conover, Eddie Brill, Lizz Winstead, and "special guests." There will also be a dance party afterwards hosted by Josh Ruben. Tickets ($15) for the fundraiser are on sale now.
Show flyer below...