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SF Sketchfest Line Up Is Here!

SF Sketchfest Line Up Is Here!

It’s that time of year again when we start thinking about all the things we’re about to give up for our New Year’s resolutions, but certainly we would never give up on good laughs from our favorite comedians  There’s a lot of entertainment on the way right in January, and we have the scoop.

For the fourteenth year, SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, will be entertaining the masses from January 22 to February 8, 2015. SF Sketchfest was started in 2000 by David Owen, and our very own Cole Stratton and Janet Varney. It is a great opportunity to see new and exciting comedy acts, so if you’re in the San Francisco area, we definitely recommend you get your butts into seats for these shows!

We’re pretty pumped that Nerdist Industries will have a number of awesome things happening over the course of the two weeks the festival takes place, so we’ve compiled all the set times to catch members of the Nerdist family below. Without further ado, here’s the lineup:

Friday, January 23:
7:30pm – You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes at Marines Memorial Theatre

Saturday, January 24:
4pm – Pop My Culture with Cole Stratton and Vanessa Ragland at Eureka Theater

Friday, January 30:
8pm – Sex Nerd Sandra with Sandra Dougherty at Stage Werx
10:30pm – The Todd Glass Show at Stage Werx

Friday, February 6:
10pm – Nerdist Podcast with Chris Hardwick, Matt Mira and Jonah Ray at Marines Memorial Theatre

Saturday, February 7:
7pm & 10pm – Thrilling Adventure Hour at Brava Theater Center
10:30pm – Jonah Raydio at Cinecave at Lost Weekend Video
10:30pm – Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher featuring Jay Chandrasekhar, Emily Heller and Rory Scovel at Eureka Theater

This is just a small sampling of all the incredible performances you will be able to catch at SF Sketchfest so keep your eyes and ears primed for additions to the schedule. Tickets have already gone on sale, so make sure to get what you want early so you don’t forget! (Or they sell out…eek!)

Are you pumped to see the shows? Tell us what you’re most looking forward in the comments below!

Image via The Bay Citizen

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