Point Break Comedy & Meatball Sammich Festival 2020
March 26th - March 29th
"Listen to me you snot-nosed little shit, I was taking mushrooms at Bridgetown when you crapping in your pants before going up at mics! Submissions are now open."
- Open Mic Gary Busey, Festival Founder
MARCH 26 -29
Suki's Bar & Grill
More TBD . . .
ABOUT THE EVENT
This Festival has it all: Comedy. Point Break. Sammiches.
Last year's headliners: Mav Viola (Boston Women in Comedy Festival; Two Dykes and Mic Tour; touring feature for Whitney Cummings) and Andy Kaufman Award-winning comedian Brent Weinbach (Conan; Comedy Central; @midnight) featuring Portland's finest home-grown talents including Willamette Weekly "Portland's Funniest" Jake Silberman, Tory Ward (Undertow Comedy Festival); Belinda Carroll (SMUT; Queer Comedy Festival); Heliums's Funniest Person Alex Falcone and more surprise guests both local an national.
LAST YEAR'S HEADLINERS
Featuring for Whitney Cummings, Two Dykes and a Mic Podcast, WhoHaHa's top LGBTQ Creators of 2018, Portland Queer Comedy Festival (woot woot!) and the Boston Women in Comedy Festival.
Seen on Portlandia, Flophouse, and Comedy Central, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Clusterfest, and the Chicago Comedy Exposition. Writer and correspondent for the The Jim Jefferies Show on Comedy Central
Producer of Oversharing Comedy, and, co-producer of Facial Recognition Comedy show and podcast.
Pallavi has performed at Desi Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Portland Queer Comedy Festival, Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, and more.
Brent is the recipient of the Andy Kaufman Award, which recognizes innovation in stand-up comedy.
He has performed at the HBO Comedy Festival, Comedians of Comedy, Coachella Festival, Bumbershoot Festival and at Just For Laughs in Montreal. He’s also the creator and star of the Super Deluxe web series “Weinbach in Wonderland.”
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, winner of the 2018 Stand Up NBC, and the World Series of Comedy Competition, performer on the Stand Up NBC Comedy Tour.
Aaron Klopfer is renowned all over the Midwest, some parts of Oregon, and one farm in New Zealand for his signature goofy orphan comedy.
Weaving back and forth between the cerebral and the silly, Klopfer's unique comedy makes him a an endearing delight.