Dale is thrilled to be bringing the podcast to good looking audiences in two of his favorite cities this month! Things get underway this Saturday, January 10th at Fontana’s Bar (in the basement, natch!) as part of the wonderful NYC Podfest! The only podcast festival in NY. Dale’s making his second appearance in the fest and he’s bringing a great lineup of all-star comedy makers – with guests Max Silvestri, Akilah Hughes, Joel Kim Booster, and Jo Firestone. Music, of course by Steve O’Reilly! We’ll get going at 1pm and not stop till we’ve had the most fun ever. Or probably after an hour. Cause there are other acts! The whole PodFest is a marvelous affair with superstars Todd Barry, Wyatt Cenac, Kevin Allison, Yo La Tengo, Sasheer Zamata, Susie Essman, Kurt Metzger, Jessica Williams, Bridget Everett, and more taking the stage at one time or another to cast away. Come for Dale, but stay for all of it – truly an exceptional time that is way more fun in person! Tickets are $5. If you buy em in advance, Dale’s stock rises with the producers! Get on it! This is the link: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/905056 !

Then Dale hops on a plane to sail out West to the Left Coast for his sophomore appearance at SF Sketchfest! Truly, one of Dale’s yearly highlights is being able to do this show in a city that he adores. For this episode he’s assembled a packed panel representing all the things he loves about the Bay Area: food, sex, comedy, and art! (And maybe, just maybe, a visit from an old flame!) Dale is excited to sit down with “Big Chef” Tom Pizzica (Belly Burger, Food Network), Siouxsie Q (SF Weekly, The Whorecast, Kelly Anneken (Moontower Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival), and Cliff Hengst (SFMOMA, Machine Project, and fella I once saw entertain a crowd wearing a branch from a tree).
The show is a double bill with Dale’s old pals at Killing My Lobster. It starts at 8pm at the famed Eureka Theater. Ticket link is here: SF SKETCHFEST TICKETS $20!

And yeah – here’s the gorgeous poster we had made by talented illustrator, Annie Carbo! She’s Canadian! Doesn’t Dale look smart straddling those two cities? It was the best of times it was the worst of times (in his trousers)!

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