New York Magazine's Vulture Festival has announced the full lineup for its 2017 edition which happens May 21-22 in NYC, much of it at Milk Studios in Chelsea. Tickets for all events go on sale Friday, April 20 at 10 AM with a Citi cardmember presale starting Tuesday (4/18) at 10 AM.

Among the May 20 eventsAziz Ansari discussing the new season of Master of None (5/20); "State Of The Union With Stephen Colbert and Frank Rich" which has the Late Show host and New York Times writer talking politics and more; Hannibal and American Gods creator Bryan Fuller talks with critic Matt Zoller Seitz about those shows and "bloody scenes" that inspired him; TV showrunner Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy, The Shield) talking about his new show Mayans MC; "Connie Britton, Y'all" where the much-loved actress will talk Nashville, Friday Night Lights and more; "Titus Burgess and his Pinot Noir" (including a tasting); Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson host a live taping of their "2 Dope Queens" podcast; "Saturday Morning Cartoons" with a host of animated voice talent from Bob's Burgers, Rick & Morty, Archer and more; the previously announced Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast taping and more.

Sunday, May 21 events include: "An Afternoon Jam Session with Sisters: Waxahatchee (Katie) and Allison Crutchfield"; Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones will discuss their series that creeps everyone out; Demetri Martin will screening his acclaimed new film Dean; The OA's creator/star "Britt Marling Explores the Meaning of Life"; Chelsea Handler will be talking and cooking with extrovert chef José Andrés; a talk with Shameless stars William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, and Nancy Pimental; Sarah Jessica Parker talks with New York Magazine editor in chief Adam Moss; and more.

Check out Vulture Fest's website for full 2017 lineup/schedule, and more details.

Speaking of Waxhatchee, details on her new album were just revealed.