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The easiest way to buy tickets is by using the Schedule below. Find the “Buy Tickets” link on any show’s event page and you’ll be walked through the purchase process. Depending on the venue, tickets may also be purchased over the phone for an additional fee. Certain advance tickets may be purchased in person to avoid service fees. Visit the Venues page for more info.

If a show is marked “Sold Out” we may still have a limited number of tickets available at the venue’s box office the night of the show. A line begins approximately 60-90 minutes before showtime, and any available seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

For any ticketing-related questions, please email boxoffice@sfsketchfest.com. Check back often for added shows!

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Phil LaMarr

A Los Angeles native, Phil is an alumnus of Yale University and The Groundlings Theater and is perhaps best known as one of the original cast members of "MAD TV," “Hermes” on "Futurama," "Marvin" in "Pulp Fiction," “Green Lantern” on "Justice League" and as the voice of "Samurai Jack."

For over 30 years, Phil has thrilled audiences with his work on camera and behind the mic on TV shows such as "Static Shock," "Family Guy," "Young Justice," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Get Shorty," "Lucifer," "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "VEEP;" feature films like "Madagascar 2," "Incredibles 2," and "The Lion King" (2019) and video games including "Fortnite," "Shadow of Mordor," and the "Metal Gear Solid," "Injustice" and "Mortal Kombat" series.

His stage work includes productions with The Actor’s Gang, South Coast Repertory, Sacred Fools Theatre, and Phil also portrayed “Cowboy Curtis” in "The Pee-wee Herman Show" both on at The Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway and in the Emmy-nominated HBO special. Currently, in addition to writing and producing the animated series "Goblins," (goblinsanimated.com), Phil is performing monthly with "The Black Version," (www.theblackversion.com), appearing in Cartoon Network’s "Craig of the Creek," Tubi’s "The Freak Brothers" and Netflix’s "Masters of the Universe: Revelation."