Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF) has just partnered with Funny Or Die to feature the festival’s first ever comedy tent. TIMF is set to take place on October 17 and 18, and the already beloved music festival just got that much more endearing. They are calling the tent “The Blah Blah Blah” and they are featuring some amazing talent to give festival goers a good laugh.
In case you have you’ve been living under a comedic rock the past few years, Funny Or Die is the premier comedy production company that was started by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Hundreds of well known actors and musicians have appeared on the Funny Or Die website that provides an accessible comedic outlet for anyone and everyone that has a funny bone. So, these comedians provided to TIMF by Funny or Die aren’t any slouches.
Among The Blah Blah Blah comedy tent performers on Saturday, October 17 are Tim Heidecker, one hilarious half of the comedy team of Tim & Eric; Jonah Ray, co-host of the popular Nerdist Podcast and The Meltdown on Comedy Central; John Dore; Hey™: An Afternoon with Kate Berlant and John Early; Max Silvestri; Barry Rothbart; and Jermaine Fowler, who recently landed a new CBS comedy project written by and starring Fowler.
The comedy will then continue on Sunday, October 18 at The Blah Blah Blah with Jerrod Carmichael, who created and stars in the new NBC series The Carmichael Show; Chris Gethard; a live taping of the podcast With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus; a live podcast of Throwing Shade with Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi; Guy Branum Presents: Talk Show: The Game Show; Michelle Wolf; and an encore performance from Jermaine Fowler.
If you didn’t get a chance to check out why we love Treasure Island so much, read our previous posts here and here. TIMF is a fan-favorite for many in the Bay Area, as the lineups are alway top-notch and the environment by the bay is sublime. The two-day festival is coming up quickly, so if you haven’t gotten your tickets, get ’em fast. For the full daily lineups, visit the Treasure Island Music Festival website