Clusterfest Announces This Year’s Instagrammable Moments

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Comedy Central’s now annual Clusterfest comedy festival launched just a few years back and instantly became known for going beyond providing great stand up comedy performances.  They create one of a kind events that have never happened before and will never happen anywhere else again with specialty shows pairing unlikely performers doing unlikely things, combining comedy and music and more.  They also have thrilled festival goers with immersive experiences that let fans feel like they’re walking into in the world of their favorite television comedy series- like having a beer at Paddy’s pub or visiting a replica of Jerry Seinfeld’s apartments.  These are highly instagrammable moments and fans love em.

This year Comedy Central has announced “Comedyville” will give you a chance to experience the worlds of Atlanta, Crank Yankers, Drunk History, The Office and more Seinfeld.

Here’s what you’re going to get the chance to do in Comedyville this year.  Atlanta fans– step into the Benny Hope & Teddy Perkins Memorial Museum for an up-close look at the wonderfully weird artifacts from the most buzzed about episode of FX’s Atlanta, including Benny’s wheelchair, Teddy’s father’s mannequin, and the infamous ostrich egg holder.

Visit Yankerville where you can listen to classic crank phone calls, take photos with Crank Yankers puppets to help hype the return of the classic series Crank Yankers to television coming next year, and while you’re doing that you can  recharge your phone.

This year’s pub experience takes you inside Drunk History, where you can create your own drunken past. Honestly we have no idea what this means- but Derek Waters will make appearances, and there will be themed trivia, karaoke and more.

You will also be able to spend some time at Dunder Mifflin, hanging out in The Office and re-experience the Seinfeld apartment which is returning to Clusterfest in honor of the series 30th anniversary.

Single-day and three-day general admission, VIP and Platinum tickets are on-sale now exclusively via www.clusterfest.com. Single-day admission starts at $89, single-day VIP starts at $224.50, three-day general admission starts at $219.50, three-day VIP starts at $584.50 and Platinum, which is new for 2019, is $1,250. Platinum tickets come with all the exclusive access that comes with VIP, plus much more, including unlimited french fries – seriously. Clusterfest also offers a layaway payment plan for all ticket types that allows fans the option to purchase tickets now and pay later by splitting the purchase into multiple payments over time.

 

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