Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival lineup revealed; Kristen Schaal, John Oliver, Aisha Tyler among participants

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What began as a joke amongst jokers, has now become an annual comedy tradition in the New York City metro area. It’s the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival; and it’s now in its fourth year. And we’re happy to reveal this year’s lineup. The “fest” will span two venues in Brooklyn — the Bell House and Union Hall — from Sept. 15 – 18 and will host a stellar cast of comics featuring John Oliver, Kristen Schaal, H. Jon Benjamin and more.

As we reported last month, Mirman and co. have decided to fund the festival through a Kickstarter campaign; that means you can be a part of comedy history…if you have some money you want to give away. As of this writing, those crazy comedy kids have raised nearly $10,500 of their $18,000 goal.

The full schedule of events and performers are listed below. Though, we all know new names will be added in the coming weeks. Tickets are available here and here.

Thursday, Sept. 15
An Evening Of Science featuring StarTalk Live
with Neil deGrasse Tyson plus Kristen Schaal, Eugene Mirman and John Oliver (unless The Daily Show sends him somewhere)
at The Bell House / 8PM / $15

Friday, Sept. 16
Invite Them Up
Hosted by Jon Glaser As Bobby Tisdale
Featuring Eugene Mirman and Special Guests
at The Bell House / 8PM / $20

A Night Of Very Likable Comedians
at Union Hall / 7:30PM / $10

Saturday, Sept. 17
The Archer Variety Hour and Panel
Featuring Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Matt Thompson, Adam Reed, Jessica Walters
at The Bell House / 6PM / $20

The Talent Show Presents: The Drunk Show
Featuring Jon Hodgman, Ira Glass, Eugene Mirman and more
Hosted by Kevin Townley and Elna Baker
at The Bell House / 9PM / $20

A Night Of Very Likable Comedians
at Union Hall / 6:30PM / $10

The Rick Jenkins Comedy Studio Showcase
at Union Hall / 8:30PM / $10

Sunday, Sept. 18
Gastro-Laughy-Time: A Food Comedy Event
Including performances, delicious food, chefs and the world’s first caviar eating contest!
at The Bell House / 6PM / $20

Pretty Good Friends
at The Bell House / 9PM / $20

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