Leave the Dad Jokes at Home this Father’s Day at Big Funny Fest



This Father’s Day weekend leave the Dad jokes at home and treat Dad to some of the hottest and most exciting, new and established comedians at Richmond’s first ever Big Funny Fest.

With 3 shows per day, each with their own amazing headliners, this star-studded weekend will be non-stop laughs as every minute there’ll be new comedy to explore – from 3pm to 10pm both days.┬áSo whether you’re checking out your favourite comedian, or discovering the next big comedy star, there won’t be a moment spared where you’re not having a good giggle.

The Line Ups

Set inside the seated Big Top, Saturday sees Luisa Omielan, Phil Wang, Adam Hess, Mark Watson, Jason Byrne and loads more take to the stage. Whilst on Sunday, Gary Delaney, Hal Cruttenden, Jen Brister, Angelos Epithemiou, Nish Kumar and plenty others will be bringing the laughs.

Over in the Little Top, you’ll be able to sink your teeth into 4 exciting shows a day – including the coveted Amused Moose finalist of 2019 show. Here you can witness the stars of the future, first.

Your ticket covers entry to both Big and Little Top shows, ensuring round the clock comedy for you and Dad all day!

The Grub

No killer comedy festival would be complete without an equally killer selection of food and drink, and that’s why Big Funny Fest delivers on all fronts. From fresh, artisan pizzas at Fundi, to vibrant Mexican street food at Santo Taco – there’s plenty of delicious options to get stuck into.

So what are you waiting for? Get yourself down to the scenic Old Deer Park, Richmond this Father’s Day for an unforgettable weekend of belly laughs, new comedy, and top grub. Tickets on sale now!

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As the overseer of the Blog and Marketing Executive at See Tickets, Emmy is an enthusiast for all things copywriter-y. With permanently itchy feet (you should probably get that checked out), Emmy is always seeking her next overseas adventure, tip-toeing at gigs, and talking to her dog like a human.