On August 24th and 25th, FYF Fest will once again take over to Los Angeles Historic Park for the 10th annual incarnation of the L.A. institution, and today, the festival is happy to announce the initial comedy lineup. FYF's comedy showcases this year will feature sets from Rob Huebel & Paul Scheer, Doug Benson, Matt Dwyer, Cameron Esposito, Chris Fairbanks, Ron Funches, Brett Gelman, Jim Hamilton, Karen Kilgariff, Jonah Ray, Brendon Small,Hampton Yount, and more.
These comedians will join the festivals previously announced musical acts, including headliners the Yeah Yeah Yeahsand My Bloody Valentine. FYF Fest will also host sets from TV on the Radio, MGMT, Beach House, FLAG (Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski, Dez Cadena, Bill Stevenson & Stephen Egerton playing the songs of Black Flag),Deerhunter, Devendra Banhart, The Breeders performing Last Splash, Yo La Tengo, Solange, Washed Out, Toro yMoi, Holy Ghost!, Death Grips, Strfcker, Thee Oh Sees, and many more. Full lineup below.
In an effort to keep FYF Fest affordable to all festivalgoers, weekend passes will be available for the economical price of $99. Weekend VIP will also be available for $199. Tickets are currently on sale
FYF Fest Comedy Lineup (Alphabetical)
Rob Huebel & Paul Scheer
FYF Fest 2013 Lineup (Alphabetical)
!!! (Chik Chik Chik)
Fear of Men
FLAG (Keith, Chuck, Dez, Billy & Stephen playing the songs of Black Flag)
Horse Meat Disco
How to Dress Well
Kurt Vile & the Violators
Les Savy Fav
My Bloody Valentine
The Breeders (Performing Last Splash)
Thee Oh Sees
Toro y Moi
TV on the Radio
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Yo La Tengo
+ many more
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