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Just announced: Floodwater Comedy Festival adds Jak Knight to the roster


Jak Knight

The Mill — Sunday, Apr. 24 at 7 p.m.

Jak Knight at Floodwater Comedy Festival
Jak Knight will perform Apr. 24. Photo courtesy Floodwater Comedy Festival
The Floodwater Comedy Festival is expanding its line-up today with the announcement of a new headliner to the mix: Los Angeles-based comedian Jak Knight.

Knight has been featured on Comedy Central’s The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail and has appeared on @Midnight. He has worked as a writer on Lucas Bros Moving Co, which has also featured fellow Floodwater performer Natasha Leggero, as a performer.

In addition to his television work, Knight performed on the mainstage of the Oddball Comedy Festival (headlined by Amy Schumer and Aziz Ansari) and has opened for a wide variety of stand-up acts on the road, including Joel McHale and Dave Chappelle.

Tickets for the Floodwater Comedy Festival are available now.


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