The third iteration of Comedy Central's Clusterfest, headed for San Francisco in late June, will feature the return of an interactive, Instagram-friendly activation from the 2017 fest: the Seinfeld apartment.
New this year will be a replica of the Scranton offices of Dunder Mifflin from The Office, in which you can take selfies behind Michael desk and much more.
Also on deck this year in the way of immersive, interactive attractions will be a new Drunk History-themed pub, in which patrons will be encouraged to create and retell their own drunk histories — as well as participate in trivia contests and more, along the lines of the It's Always Sunny-themed Paddy's Pub that they've had the past two Clusterfests.
There's a partnership with FX's Atlanta, and creator Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino), called the "Benny Hope & Teddy Perkins Memorial Museum." If you know the show, it's being billed as "an up-close look at the wonderfully weird artifacts from the most buzzed about episode of [the show], including Benny’s wheelchair, Teddy’s father’s mannequin, and the infamous ostrich egg holder."
And finally, Crank Yankers is apparently about to be revived on Comedy Central, so there's going to be an installation of wall phones called Yankerville where attendees can listen to prank phone calls, and simultaneously plug in their own cellphones to charge.
Check out the rest of the comedy and music lineup here, and find tickets here. Single-day tickets start at $99, with three-day GA tickets priced at $239.50. VIP options are available as well, which get you special seating access and a VIP food and bar area.
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