- One G-Pass to Funny Or Die Presents The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival starring Aziz Ansari with very special guest star Amy Schumer featuring Bridget Everett, Rachel Feinstein, Anthony Jeselnik, Nick Kroll, TJ Miller, Jay Pharoah. Hosted by Jeff Ross.
- When: Saturday, August 29, at 5:15 p.m.
- Where: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago (formerly First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre)
- Door time: 5 p.m.
- $15 for early-discount general-admission lawn (up to $26.25 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $20 for early-discount general-admission lawn (up to $26.25 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $25 for general-admission lawn (up to $26.25 value)
- $30 for for reserved seating in the mid-rear of sections 201–203 or 206–208 or rows HHH–MMM of section 204 or 205 (up to $40 value)
- $45 for for reserved seating in rows WW–GGG of section 204 or 205 (up to $60.50 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
Funny Or Die Presents The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival Starring Aziz Ansari with Very Special Guest Star Amy Schumer
- Aziz Ansari: His tailored suits, rapid-fire delivery, and habit of thinking way too hard about everything puts Aziz Ansari’s standup in a class of its own. Seeing him live is not only a great way to understand the Parks and Recreation star, but perhaps the only place you’ll ever hear somebody say “I gotta stop integrating Joe Pesci trivia into my murders!”
- Amy Schumer: Before they caught on to her smash-hit (and Peabody award-winning) TV show, eventual fans of Amy Schumer may have glimpsed her on Louie, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Girls, where she showcased her disarming brand of acidic, raunchy comedy. Next up: a starring role in Trainwreck, the Judd Apatow film that she also wrote.
- Bridgett Everett: Her edgy comedic appearances on Sex and the City, Inside Amy Schumer, and Comedy Central coupled with her sold-out performances with her band The Tender Moments have helped earn Everett accolades from the New York Times and the Village Voice, the latter of whom dubbed her “the most exciting performer in New York City.”
- Rachel Feinstein: America got its first taste of Rachel’s sardonic humor when she was a finalist on season 7 of Last Comic Standing. And America was hooked—Rachel’s gift at character work and mimicry (as heard in her alter ego “Ice Cold Rhoda—The Original Gangster Grandma”) earned her a Comedy Central Presents special, gigs at venues across the country, and work voicing characters in The Venture Bros.
- Anthony Jeselnik: If you haven’t seen Anthony Jeselnik on his Comedy Central show The Jeselnik Defensive or on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump, then you’ve probably laughed at his writing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon or set the DVR to record his hosting duties on the ninth season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing.
- Nick Kroll: One look at Kroll’s resume and it’s easy to understand why he was crowned Just For Laughs Montreal’s Breakout Star of the Year in 2013. He’s appeared on Parks and Recreation and Community, is the force behind Comedy Central’s Kroll Show, is one of the stars of FXX’s The League, and has produced and starred in the film Adult Beginners.
- T.J. Miller: With a distinctive voice he describes as “an old drag queen after a hard night of chain smoking,” the unpredictable comedian has found equal success in film and television, from his voice work in the Oscar-winning Big Hero 6 and How to Train Your Dragon to breakout acting turns in Our Idiot Brother, Cloverfield, and HBO’s Silicon Valley.
- Jay Pharoah: After getting his start in comedy clubs at the age of 15, Jay gained mass attention for a YouTube video showcasing his spot-on impersonation of Barack Obama. In 2010, he became the breakout player of the 36th season of Saturday Night Live with his effortless portrayals of Denzel, Jay-Z, Will Smith, and Lil’ Wayne
- Jeffrey Ross: Also known as the Roastmaster General, Ross is notorious for his insult-comic act, whether he’s skewering David Hasselhoff or penning books about how to roast without losing the friends you’re roasting. However, he has a soft side, too. He’s played more dramatic roles on HBO’s Six Feet Under, and was even a cast member on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.