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Comedy Central Presents ‘Another Frickin’ Festival’

RONNY CHIENG, ROSE MATAFEO AND PAUL FOOT TO HEADLINE THE BRAND NEW COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS ‘ANOTHER FRICKIN’ FESTIVAL’

Auckland, Queenstown and Wellington have nothing to offer… except for spectacular sights and sounds (maybe not Auckland… except for that tower). And now we’re offering even more sight and sound… via a brand new frickin’ festival… yes another festival… Another Frickin’ Festival.

You’ve heard the saying, if you didn’t laugh, you’d die. So secure your tickets to NZ’s brand-new comedy festival ‘Another Frickin’ Festival’ presented by Comedy Central hitting Queenstown, Auckland and Wellington February 2018.

Kicking off with a gala showcase in Auckland at the ASB Theatre on February 8th, audiences will be treated to sidesplitting sets from a stellar line up of local and international comedians including Ronny Chieng (The Daily Show), Rose Matafeo (Funny Girls), Paul Foot (Never Mind the Buzzcocks) and Guy Williams (Jono and Ben) plus many more.

Post Auckland, the festival will head to spectacular Queenstown playing venues across town: February 9th and 10th before wrapping up in Wellington at the Opera House on February 11th. (No Opera will be held on this date, just comedy.)

Tickets for Another Frickin’ Festival will be on sale from November 2nd. Check out the festivals full line up below and for more info head to comedycentral.co.nz

ANOTHER FRICKING FESTIVAL – FULL LINE UP

Alice Snedden - Funny Girls, Jono and Ben (Three)
Angella Dravid - Jono and Ben (Three)
Guy Montgomery - Fail Army, The Worst Idea of All Time
Guy Williams - The Guy Williams Show (Three)
Mel Bracewell - The Project NZ (Three)
Paul Foot (UK) - Never Mind The Buzzcocks
Ray Badran (AUS) - No Experience Necessary (Comedy Central)
Ronny Chieng (MAL/US) - The Daily Show (Comedy Central)
Rose Matafeo - Funny Girls (Three)
Sam Campbell (AUS) - Nippers (Comedy Central)
Two Hearts (Laura Daniels and Joseph Moore) - Jono and Ben (Three)


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