KAABOO Del Mar unveils “HUMOR ME” comedy lineup for end-of-summer festival

Do you think you can handle one more comedy festival before the end of the summer?

KAABOO Del Mar says: Humor Me.

At its third annual live music and entertainment bash, KAABOO Del Mar has an all-star stand-up comedy lineup planned for an indoor, all-conditioned seated comedy club called HUMOR ME.

Among them: Patton Oswalt, David Spade, Sebastian Maniscalco, Nick Swardson, Demetri Martin, Norm Macdonald, Arsenio Hall, Maria Bamford, Bridgett Everett, Al Madrigal, Bryan Callen and Taylor Williamson.

KAABOO Del Mar takes place Sept. 15-17, 2017. For tickets and information: kaaboodelmar.com

Located at the Del Mar Racetrack and celebrated as San Diego’s largest multi-day major music and entertainment festival, KAABOO Del Mar overlooks the Pacific Ocean and enjoys pristine weather and numerous lodging options. KAABOO Del Mar previously announced its 2017 music lineup, including nearly 100 acts and performances from the likes of Red Hot Chili PeppersP!nkTom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and Muse.

Three-day passes are on sale now via KAABOOdelmar.com. HANG LOOSE (GA) passes are currently $259, while HANG FIVE and HANG TEN (VIP) passes are currently at $839 and $2999, respectively. At KAABOO, all guests receive a multi-faceted experience with access to the HUMOR ME comedy club; an on-site Contemporary Art Fair in the indoor ARTWORK area, plus a display of outdoor murals and installations; PALATE gourmet food and craft libations tastings; spa and relaxation reservations at INDULGENCES; CLUB ELEVATE late night dance party (18+); and the ability to lounge poolside with a BASK upgrade at the GRANDVIEW Stage. HANG FIVE and HANG TEN (VIP) passes include additional access to AMPLIFY zones which provide premier stage viewing areas, access to the Thursday Night AMPLIFY-only preview party, and more.


Sean L. McCarthy

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