The Ha Ha Harvest Comedy Festival, originally conceived in 2018 as a fleeting comedy extravaganza during the Thanksgiving weekend, has since evolved into a premier showcase of comedic talent. With its annual growth in stature and allure, the festival has become a beloved highlight of the Portland comedy scene. Featuring an impressive lineup of comedic luminaries, the festival offers an unforgettable experience that celebrates the magic of laughter and community.

In this eagerly anticipated season, the Ha Ha Harvest Comedy Festival unveils its grandest iteration yet, transcending all previous boundaries. Expanding its scale, the festival now encompasses ten stages, serving as the vibrant playground for over 60 comedic luminaries. Nestled within the enchanting tapestry of Portland, these stages create a radiant hub of laughter and entertainment, inviting audiences to immerse themselves in a truly unforgettable comedic experience.

The Ha Ha Harvest Comedy Festival is bringing some amazing headliners this year, including Adam Cayton-Holland, Lizzy Cooperman, Ron Lynch, Mav Viola, Janae Burris, and more to be announced. In addition to one-of-a-kind comedy shows, the festival is introducing films and a screenplay competition .The festival was founded by local stand-up comedian and producer Shannan Hunt with the help of numerous other comedians, producers, podcasters, and entertainment industry members. Their dedication and hard work have made the festival one of the most anticipated events in the comedy scene year after year.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate our 5th year with such an incredible lineup of talented comedians and entertainers,” said Shannan Hunt, the festival’s founder. “We’ve worked hard to make this year’s festival bigger and better than ever, and we can’t wait for everyone to join us in Portland for this unforgettable event.” A full lineup, show information, and ticketing are available here on the festival’s website  Don’t miss your chance to be part of the funniest festival of the year!

What’ your drink of choice? A Negroni Sbagliato of course!

Celebrate Negroni Week in Downtown Portland at Abigail Hall and Bullard Tavern.

September 18-24, 2023

Negroni Week will be September 18 – 24, 2023! Join us in supporting Slow Food’s mission to foster a more equitable and sustainable world of food and beverage.

Registration will be open in August.

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