Planning ahead: Bridgetown (Portland, Ore.)

The Bridgetown Comedy Festival runs March 6-8 in Portland at four separate venues, with a great rate of a $20 wristband (proceeds go to Oregon Red Cross Local Disaster Relief Fund) getting you into all of the shows. Plenty of homegrown and Portland-based comedians on the bill, but also groups of comics coming in from Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco.

The scheduled lineup includes:Patton Oswalt,
Brent Weinbach ,
Howard Kremer,
Moshe Kasher,
Eddie Pepitone,
Alex Koll,
Tig Notaro,
Bucky Sinister,
Matt Braunger,
Mary Van Note,
Chris Fairbanks,
Natasha Leggero,
Michelle Biloon,
Scott Moran,
Guys With Feelings,
Andy Haynes,
Rylee Newton,
Dan Carroll,
James Adomian,
Emmett Montgomery,
Paul Jay,
Andy Peters,
Ed Salazar,
Kevin Hyder,
Kyle Kinane,
Bill Wayne Davis,
Matt Dwyer,
Dartanion London,
Jonah Ray,
David Cope,
Morgan Murphy,
Peter Greyy,
Joe Wilson,
Derek Sheen,
Paul Merrill,
Seth Lazear ,
Nathan Brannon,
Tristian Spillman ,
Jesse Alison,
John B. Duff,
Auggie Smith,
Nick Mortensen,
Dax Jordan,
Aubrey Tennant,
Richard Bain,
John F. O’Donnell,
Randy Liedtke,
Chip Seinfeld,
Joe Frice/Wally Fessler/Josh Fisher, Famous Mysterious Actor Show,
Virginia Jones,
Ron Funches,
Don Frost,
Andy Wood,
Cody Cooper,
Casey Kendall,
Ed Forman,
Kyle Harbert,
Chris Castles,
Travis Jones

Sean L. McCarthy

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