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Amy Poehler to appear at Clusterfest 2019

It was announced today that Amy Poehler has been added to the Clusterfest 2019 lineup. She will most likely be bringing some friends because it was announced as “Amy Poehler & Friends”, even though they didn’t say who is she going to bring. Amy is set to make an appearance in the San Francisco festival on Friday, June 21. Read more about the event below!

“Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler and Fred Armisen, along with  Neal Brennan, have been added to the third annual Clusterfest lineup, organizers announced Friday, March 15 — just in time for single-day ticket sales.

Poehler is slated to join the first day’s bill for the three-day comedy and music celebration scheduled for June 21-23, at the Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Billed as “Amy Poehler & Friends,” expect the “Parks & Recreation” star to bring out famed comedic colleagues (maybe an Oscars reunion with Maya Rudolph and Tina Fey?) similar to Amy Schumer’s headlining set last year that included appearances by Bridget Everett, Nikki Glaser and Michael Che, among others.

News of Poehler, Brennan and Clusterfest veteran Armisen joining in on the fun follow the first wave of announcements for the festival that included comics John Mulaney and Patton Oswalt as well as musical group the Roots.

Organizers plan to reveal more acts and attractions in the weeks leading up to the summer festival, which is co-produced by Comedy Central, Superfly and Bay Area-based Another Planet Entertainment in collaboration with SF Sketchfest.

Single-day tickets, ranging from $89 to $224.50, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via www.clusterfest.com.

Three-day general admission, VIP and Platinum tickets are also still available. Platinum tickets at $1,250, introduced for the first time this year, include VIP perks along with a special festival entrance, invitations to exclusive after-parties, talent meet-and-greet events and “unlimited french fries — seriously.”

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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