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Blue Whale Comedy Festival
Aug 30, 2018 to Sep 02, 2018
423 N Main St
Savor four days of hilarity when the Blue Whale Comedy Festival takes over Tulsa's Brady Arts District. Held at several different venues, this district wide festival brings together some of the sharpest minds from all spectrums of underground comedy, including stand-up, improv , film, podcasting and music.
This year's festival will be headliners, Tig Notaro and Maria Bamford, will be joined by Flula Borg, Sheng Wang, Marcella Arguello, Steven Castillo, Jackie Kashian, Janelle James and The New Negroes. More than thirty regional comedians will be providing support for this weekend of comedy.
While the festival will be headquartered at Cain’s Ballroom, Blue Whale shows and events will also be held at several other Tulsa venues including the Soundpony, Inner Circle Vodka Bar and Guthrie Green. Check the event's website for full schedule, individual ticket and weekend pass information.