The NY Comedy Festival will be back this fall from November 8-14 featuring featuring over 100 shows with more than 200 comedians in all five boroughs. Also on the lineup: Michelle Buteau, Brian Regan, Bill Maher, Ronny Chieng, Gary Gulman, Colin Quinn & more.
Even more than live music, live comedy needs an audience, but the coronavirus is making that hard. Dave Chappelle is giving it a try, though, via intimate, socially distant and invite-only shows near his hometown of Dayton, Ohio. He also has custom face masks as merch.
Netflix is presenting a massive new comedy festival in Los Angeles this spring, with over 100 performers, including Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Hart, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes, Ali Wong, Amy Schumer, and David Letterman, across over 20 venues.
Friday show options include: Bryan Ferry, My Morning Jacket, Marked Me, Iron Age, Virginia Wing, Natalie Prass, Peter Murphy, Drab Majesty, $uicideboy$/Denzel Curry/Turnstile, Smashing Pumpkins/Noel Gallagher, and more.