Thanks for attending the nation's LARGEST Sketch Comedy Festival's 13th year! We'll see you back here Jan 8 - 18, 2015!

We just finished our 13th year and things were bigger and better than ever! We had over 188 shows with 169 groups and over 1,000 performers. This is always our favorite time of year and hope to see your smiling (and often laughing) faces back here next year!



It's not Sketchfest without Mother Nature trying to be funny too

So if you're not able to brave the weather, or are out of town, or couldn't get into that sold out show - you can watch all of our shows tonight via our partner!


We're not gonna take it!

No! We ain't gonna take it! We're not gonna take it anymoooooore. 
ARE YOU READY FOR OUR 5PM SHOWS!?!?? You look ready. That's good enough for us. 

This is the LONGEST day of sketch EVER

And we're kicking things of here at 4pm in the PM with Improv Nerd 

In this show, Jimmy will interview Sketchfest founder Brian Posen about his career in comedy and creative process. Then laugh along as Jimmy performs a totally unscripted scene with Brian and then opens the floor for questions.


If you're happy and you know it -

See some shows! Shows that start at 11pm for that matter!

The Charlies

Cake Batter

Matt Griffo/Nashville. The Band


Stag Comedy


You ever notice that 95% of winter coats are black?

It's sort of sad how gray and cold the winter is and then we do our part by taking all the color out of what we wear outside. Obviously black is a popular choice because dirt and whatnot isn't as obvious on darker clothing, not to mention that black is slimming and we all need a little extra help in the winter what with the holiday weight we put on. Just take some time and thank that weirdo wearing a blue coat standing there waiting for their train. They added some color to your life and that's not to be overlooked. We like to think that our 10pm shows are a blue coat in a world of black coat conformity. 

She Said What

Matt & Sam - The Tweet Show



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