The call of the wild once again beckons on Thursday, January 31 at 6pm for the third SF Sketchfest Comedy NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences. Sharks, rare butterflies and iridescent jellyfish play host to the rarest creatures of the comedy realm including Chris Hardwick, Tig Notaro, Greg Proops, Brent Weinbach, Will Franken and more in a variety of configurations including stand-up, podcasts and more. NightLife features food, drinks and DJs and is for guests ages 21 and over.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Please note: Capacity is limited in each area for each event — people will be admitted on a first come first served basis. Not everyone who buys a ticket for Nightlife will be able to get into each event.
6:45-7:30pm: Chris Hardwick Presents Max Brooks: A Zombie Self-Defense Lecture
8:15-9:15pm: Star Dreck with Matt Mira
6:30-8:00pm Will Franken’s Ridiculous Earthquake Tours
Acclaimed San Francisco comedian Will Franken will take small groups on a ridiculous tour of the Academy’s Earthquake exhibit. Arrive early to get your tickets!
Aquarium (Philippine Coral Reef)
The Legacy Music Dance Party with Brent Weinbach and Rob F.
6:00-10:00pm: New Wave City DJ Shindog, host of the First & Foremost 80’s Dance Party, will be spinning the best New Wave music from the 1980’s.
7:00-8:00pm: Professor Blastoff Podcast with Tig Notaro, Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger
8:30pm-9:30pm: Greg Proops: The Smartest Man in the World Proopcast
Sketchfest Information Table from 6pm to 10pm in front of T-Rex
6:50-8:00pm: SF Sketchfest Stands Up! (Set One)
6:50pm-7:00pm host Rob F. (10)
7:00pm-7:10pm Matt Mira (10)
7:10pm-7:20pm Kaseem Bentley (10)
7:20pm-7:35pm Brent Weinbach (15)
7:35pm-7:45pm Dan Crossley: Centaur (10)
7:45pm-8:00pm Greg Proops (15)
8:10-9:30pm: SF Sketchfest Stands Up! (Set Two)
8:10pm-8:20pm host Dave Thomason (10)
8:20pm-8:30pm Mary Van Note (10)
8:30pm-8:40pm Keith Lowell Jensen (10)
8:40pm-8:55pm Kyle Dunnigan (15)
8:55pm-9:10pm Will Franken (15)
9:10pm-9:30pm Chris Hardwick (20)
Thursday, January 31, 6-10pm, California Academy of Sciences, 21+