SF Sketchfest 2016 Lineup And Ticket Info Announced

Annual Comedy Fest Will Feature Kids In The Hall & King of the Hill Reunion

SF Sketchfest announced their extensive 17-day schedule of podcasts, stand-up shows, and live comedy events this past week and it’s a mother of a lineup.

Topping the bill are the Kids In The Hall who’ll be performing a live-read of the movie Brain Candy. Also offering up a live read: the cast of King Of The Hill, with Mike Judge, Pamela Adlon, David Herman, Toby Huss, Kathy Najimy, and Stephen Root all taking the stage to celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary.

Here’s the rest of the SF Sketchfest Lineup 2016.

SF Sketchfest Lineup 2016

sf sketchfest 2016 lineup

About SF Sketchfest

SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by David Owen, Cole Stratton and Janet Varney as a way to showcase the talents of six Bay Area sketch comedy groups: The Fresh Robots, Kasper Hauser, The Meehan Brothers, Please Leave the Bronx, Totally False People and White Noise Radio Theatre. The festival debuted in January of 2002 at the Shelton Theatre in downtown San Francisco and has grown rapidly into a nationally recognized comedy festival that mixes national headliners, local favorites and the best up-and-coming groups from throughout North America for a month of sketch, improv, stand-up and alternative comedy.

A favorite with audiences, critics, and performers alike, the festival has grown substantially to become a highly anticipated artistic showcase that consistently delivers top quality comedic performances, tributes and panel discussions. To learn about past participants, visit the Past Festivals page (coming soon).

Audiences have overwhelmingly responded to SF Sketchfest’s diverse programming which has featured performers from every major North American television comedy smash of the last 25 years including “Saturday Night Live,” “The Kids in the Hall,” “Mr. Show,” “Arrested Development,” “VEEP,” “The Upright Citizens Brigade,” “The State,” “Mystery Science Theatre 3000,” “Strangers With Candy,” “Key & Peele,” “The Simpsons,” “The Daily Show” and more. SF Sketchfest offers its audiences the rare opportunity to see their favorite performers in intimate live performances and discussions.

Find out more at the official website for SF Sketchfest.


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