Accidental Comedy Fest 2018 to Showcase Doug Benson's 'Doug Loves Movies' Podcast, Cum Town Live and Jermaine Fowler

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Actor/Comedian Doug Benson will do a live recording of the 'Doug Loves Movies' podcast. - WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
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  • Actor/Comedian Doug Benson will do a live recording of the 'Doug Loves Movies' podcast.

What began as a bunch of comedians telling jokes under a bridge, is now entering it's seventh year. The Accidental Comedy Fest returns this Labor Day Weekend, bringing together some of the most popular performers across the country with the absolute best of Cleveland's talent for an affordable, five-day festival at Hilarities.

Returning is Doug Benson's Doug Loves Movies podcast, plus, the raunchy and popular Cum Town podcast, from Nick Mullen, Stavros Halkias and Adam Friedlan, is also making an appearance at this year's fest.



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Accidental Comedy released its first wave of performers to Scene, including national acts like Ramon Rivas II, Liza Treyger, Clayton English, Joyelle Johnson, Sean Patton, Deb DiGiovanni, Billy Wayne Davis, Nore Davis, Felonious Munk, Jim Tews, Ryan Dalton, Amy Miller, J Smitty, Dewayne Perkins, Joe Kwaczala, Nicole Aimee Schreiber, Rashida Sheedz Olawiyola, Jennifer McAuliffe, Andrea Guzetta, Mandal, Dan Alten, Sam Ike and Jermaine Fowler of Superior Donuts and Sorry to Bother You fame.

Local acts include Mike Polk Jr., Bill Squire, Juanda Mayfield, Joshua Morrow, John Bruton, Cody Cooper, Jimmie Graham, Martin Malloy and Mary Santora.



Additional national acts have yet to be released, but watch for exclusive updates on our site.

Accidental Comedy Fest VII takes place Aug. 29-Sept. 2. For ticket information, visit the Hilarities at Pickwick and Frolic website here.

Learn more about this year's batch of Accidental Comedy performers right here.

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