Festival Supreme 2015 lineup includes Tenacious D, Kids in the Hall and more
Festival Supreme

Combine the stars of rock with comedy, and you have a good idea of the lineup for Festival Supreme 2015. This year’s one-day festival includes performances by a litany of who’s who in music and comedy, with Tenacious D, The Kids in the Hall, Amy Poehler and Big Freedia among the performers on the lineup. Festival Supreme will be held October 10 at Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds in Los Angeles.

Festival Supreme is curated by Tenacious D, and the duo — Jack Black and Kyle Gass — will perform a jazz set during the festival. A total of more than 30 musical acts and comedy performers have been announced in this year’s lineup. Jenny Slate, Adam Devine of “Workaholics,” Andrew W.K. in what festival organizers noted is a “Very Special Solo Show” and Finesse Mitchell are also scheduled to perform. Fans of cult classic TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000 can rejoice, as the festival also includes the original cast members from the show. The Darkness, Dan Deacon, Aubrey Plaza, and Charlyne Yi are also part of the performance lineup. Check out the festival’s website for the full performance lineup.

The lineup announcement was made June 8 via a press release and published on the festival’s website and official Facebook page. The reaction from fans was strong, with a post on Facebook sharing the lineup news receiving almost 400 “likes.” Several fans also complimented festival organizers on this year’s performance lineup and posted plans to see specific acts.

A limited number of general admission tickets are available for $75, plus applicable fees, while regular general admission tickets are $99 plus applicable fees. There’s also a VIP option, where tickets are $250, plus applicable fees. Tickets can be purchased via AXS. Heads up: Festival attendees must be 17 years of age and older to attend. The one-day festival, which will be held rain or shine, is scheduled to last about eight hours.

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