After a strong inaugural outing, Comedy Central’s second Colossal Clusterfest dropped its lineup today, and it stands to outdo its first takeover of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.
The headliner slate features a Daily Show host reunion of sorts, as current host Trevor Noah and former host Jon Stewart are each set for the big stage. Amy Schumer will join them there, along with several yet-to-be-announced “friends” (though we can probably reasonably expect appearances from Bridget Everett, Sam Morril, and Mark Normand, all also on the bill). In addition to these familiar faces to the channel, the headlining slate features a major first: the very first live concert for The Lonely Island.
As with last year, there are live experiences to highlight Comedy Channel’s current slate of programming. Drunk History and Friends and This Is Not Happening will both be making live show appearances, while the South Park County Fair and Paddy’s Pub from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be featured as festival attractions. Making its third appearance in San Francisco, after limited engagements in New York and Chicago, will be the Daily Show Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, no doubt updated to reflect the many potential new additions he’s generated since the last exhibition.
Other notable additions to this year’s festival include live podcast recordings (Raised by TV, Last Podcast on the Left, Dougboys), live shows (Sasheer Zamata Party Time, Off Book: The Improvised Musical, Reductress Live and Mouth Time), and the return of drag queens Alaska Thunder f**k, Jinkx Monsoon, and Manila Luzon.
Comedy Central’s Colossal Clusterfest will take place June 1-3, 2018 in San Francisco, CA. The full lineup and three day passes are available on Clusterfest’s website, with single day tickets and schedules for each day of the festival to come.