The Festival hits full throttle in 2020 by welcoming more international stars and promoting more local talent than ever before. This year is going to be the biggest HOOT yet.
WHAT WILL I HEAR?
Hyenas, chimpanzees, seals, dolphins and parrots. But certainly, no crickets. In other words, a whole lot of laughing.
WHO WILL I SEE?
In alphabetic order: Aaron Chen, Aaron Gocs, Agro, Akmal, Alex Ward, Alex Williamson, Andrew Hansen, Around the Campfire, Becky Lucas, Cameron James, Blake Freeman, Brennan Reece, Brett Blake, Brisburned, Cal Wilson, Cam Knight, Charity Werk, Chris Ryan, Craig Quartermaine, Dan Rath, Dave Hughes, David Quirk, David Woodhead, Demi Lardner & Tom Walker, Dilruk Jayasinha, Double Denim, Dreamgun, Dusty Rich, Effie, Fiona O’Loughlin, Frank Woodley, Gen Fricker, Geraldine Hickey, Gillian English, Greg Larsen, Harley Breen, Heath’s Chopper, Ivan Aristeguieta, Jacques Barrett James Veitch, Jeff Green, Jimeoin, Jimmy McGhie & John Hastings, Jonathan Pie, Jordan Raskopoulos, Josh Earl, Jude Perl, Larry Dean, Lauren Bonner, Lawrence Mooney, Luke Heggie, Mark Lombard, Mark Watson, Matt Okine, Matt Stewart, Mel Buttle, Melanie Bracewell, Mr Snot Bottom, Natalie Bochenski, Nath Valvo, Nazeem Hussain, Nick Cody, Nina Oyama, Oliver Coleman, Paul & Gatesy, Pax Assadi, Peter Hellier, Rosie Waterland, Sam Campbell, Sam Taunton, Sammy J, Shitfaced Shakespeare, Speed: The Movie, The Play, Steph Tisdell, Stephen K Amos, The Chaser & The Shovel, The Stevenson Experience, The Travelling Sisters, Tom Ballard, Tom Walker, Tommy Little, Zack Dyer, Zoe Coombs Marr.
That’s 85 acts in total!
WHERE IS THE BRISBANE COMEDY FESTIVAL?
This year the Festival will play at 14 performance spaces across five Brisbane venues from Brisbane Powerhouse to Brisbane City Hall, Newstead Brewing Co., The Tivoli and Fortitude Music Hall.