Tenacious D promises Festival Supreme 2 will ‘leave all other comedy and music festivals crying in the dust’

By | May 13, 2014 at 1:33 pm | One comment | News, TV/Movies | Tags: , , ,

Tenacious D announce Festival Supreme 2Jack Black and Kyle Gass, aka Tenacious D, have announced the return of Festival Supreme, the comedy, music and arts festival curated by the world’s most popular comedy rockers. “Yes, Festival Supreme was the comedy and music event of 2013,” Jack Black and Kyle Gass said in a statement. ‘But we’ve improved it tenfold. Festival Supreme 2 (The Metal Years) will feature a dark carnival haunted house circus of death! A hilarious short film festival!! Improved plumbing!!! And a line up of comedians and musicians that will shake the heavens!!!! We will leave all other comedy/music festivals crying in the dust. That’s a Tenacious D promise.”

While the lineup for Festival Supreme 2 hasn’t been announced – that will happen on May 27 – we can tell you the rollicking event will go down on Oct. 25 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena and Exposition Park. Tickets will go on sale Friday, May 30 at 10 am PST. And you should probably know that you can only attend Festival Supreme 2 if you’re 18 years old—because there’s going to be fucking in the streets! (Probably).

The first Festival Supreme was held last October at the Santa Monica Pier and featured the likes of Zach Galifianakis, Sarah Silverman, Adam Sandler, Fred Armisen, Hannibal Buress and Maya Rudolph’s Prince cover band. Though Tenacious D said they reached out to Spinal Tap to perform at the inaugural festival, it didn’t become a reality. One can hope that Spinal Tap takes part in this very heavy metal themed comedy music event!

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