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They say laughter is the best medicine, and you better get in early for your comedy dose. With the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow returning for 2020, you’ll be in fits of giggles in no time!

Featuring two eventful nights of comedy at the Muster Festival Hub, see some of the world’s funniest comedians live on stage. Proven to be a major drawcard during the Ord Valley Muster, with sold-out shows every year, this is a chance to see highlights from Melbourne’s renowned comedy festival right here in WA.

Last year’s line-up included Tom Cashman, Kirsty Webeck, New Zealand’s Paul Williams, Xavier Michelides and Mawaan Rizwan all the way from the UK.

Come early for dinner before the show when gates open at 6pm for 8pm starting time. Kick on afterwards by grabbing a drink at the fully-licensed bar and exploring the range of pop-up food stalls on offer at the Muster Festival Hub.

Please note that performances may contain coarse language, sexual references and material that some may find offensive.

Buses will be running from 5.30pm – 7.30pm from Hotel Kununurra, Lakeside and Celebrity Tree Park.

 

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