Comedy & Curiosity Festival brings Chappelle, others to Tinley Park

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Presented by Funny or Die and billed by its organizers at Live Nation as “the largest comedy event” they’ve ever embarked on, the Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival lands at Tinley Park’s First Midwest Bank Amphitheater on August 31. The show starts at 5 p.m. Tickets are $14-$89.50 (plus fees).

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Headliners include the elusive former Comedy Central star Dave Chappelle (newly returned to stand-up after a years-long break) and former HBO comedy-music duo Flight of the Conchords. Other acts include Chicago’s own Hannibal Buress, Al Madrigal, Demetri Martin, Kristen Schaal, Brody Stevens and “Roastmaster General” Jeff Ross.

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Check out a promo video here.

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