Clusterfest Dates Announced for 2019

Comedy Central has officially announced the return of Clusterfest. The third annual comedy superfestival will return to San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23, 2019.

Known as an epic celebration of comedy and music the festival promises to continues to deliver major stars, up and coming talent, one of a kind fomo-inducing performances and super immersive fan experiences based on some of the world’s most beloved comedy series.

The talent lineup is still under wraps and will will be announced in March, followed by ticket pre-sale available exclusively at but for now you can at least mark off those dates, book some airline tickets and get yourself a hotel room. It doesn’t matter who is on the lineup, if you are looking for a super fun, manic crazy over the top experience with Instagrammable moments everywhere you turn, you can book your ticket now.

Here’s a quick look at some of what you already misses by not being at Clusterfest for years one and two: Jon Stewart returned to the Bay Area for his first West Coast stand-up performance in more than 15 years, for the first time ever, The Lonely Island performed live, bringing out special guests Michael Bolton, Chris Parnell and T-Pain culminating in an exciting debut, Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer led a live-table-read of Wayne’s World complete with guest stars and live Queen cover band.RuPaul’s Drag Race stars performed a live read of the iconic musical comedy Spice World, festival goers got to visit Arrested Development’s iconic Bluth’s Original Frozen Banana stand complete with a “Never Nude” parade through the festival grounds, and ate bagged spaghetti, at a full scale recreation of Paddy’s Pub from FXX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, including a surprise drop in from the show’s creator and leading actor Rob McElhenney.

We’ve talked with the festival producers every year, and we know there is no way they won’t top themselves in 2019.


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