Comedy Bang! Bang! Live!

with Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins

Wed, August 24, 2022

State Theatre

Doors: 6:00pm - Show: 7:00pm - all ages

$59.75, $49.75, $39.75 - reserved seating
$109.75 - VIP Q&A

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Comedy Bang! Bang! Live!

The ground-breaking podcast mainstay celebrates its 13th anniversary by going on tour! Host Scott Aukerman (director of “Between Two Ferns”), Paul F. Tompkins (“Bojack Horseman”), and a rotating cast of characters improvise “humanity’s podcast” live onstage— and you don’t know what’s going to happen, because every show is different!

Arrive early for the opportunity to watch Scott, Paul, and perhaps some guests in a “no holds barred” small group Q&A*. VIP package includes a signed Comedy Bang! Bang! 2022 Tour poster. (*some holds may actually be barred)


Comedy Bang! Bang! is a comedy fixture, a forefather of the podcast boom, and a weekly institution since its inception over 13 years ago. A high-spirited get-together between host Scott Aukerman and his funny friends, “CBB,” as it’s known to its fans, is a strange combination of interviews with both real people and improvisational comedians performing as fake characters. Every episode is as different as it is unplanned.

The television adaptation of Comedy Bang! Bang! aired on IFC for five seasons, with Scott taking on guests like Jon Hamm, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, and Seth Rogen in a talk show the AV Club called, “the welcome return of a surreal, silly comedic voice that hasn’t had a regular TV home since the heyday of Mr. Show.”