South Beach Comedy Festival Announces 2013 Lineup: Tracy Morgan, Sarah Silverman, Seth Meyers

Do you miss 30 Rock? Wish Lorne Michaels would give Weekend Update its own spinoff? Find chicks who talk about poop undeniably sexy? If so, this year's South Beach Comedy Festival was made for you.

The fest announced the lineup for its April run this morning, and there are plenty of big names guaranteed to bring the funny, as mostly unfunny people say.

Our favorites, plus the full lineup, after the break.

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Seth Meyers
He's a writer, just like us! Unlike us, he's famous, supersmart, and knows Justin Timberlake. Also, he's damn sexy. Call us, Seth!

Tracy Jordan Morgan
What's the difference between Tracy Morgan and his 30 Rock character, Tracy Jordan? No, really, we're asking.

Amy Schumer
Known to bros nationwide as "that hot chick from the Comedy Central roasts," Schumer is a love-her-or-hate-her comedian -- and it kinda seems like she'd prefer it if you hated her. Which makes us love her somehow. Look, we're not scientists; we don't know how it works.

Sarah Silverman
Silverman recently voiced a character in the kids' movie Wreck-It Ralph. Does that mean she's gone soft? Let these recent tweets be your answer:

Here's the full South Beach Comedy Festival lineup:

  • Bill Burr
  • Seth Meyers
  • Anjelah Johnson
  • Tracy Morgan
  • Amy Schumer
  • Sarah Silverman
  • Jim Jefferies
  • Jamel Debouzze
  • Mad Cat Theater Company
  • Joey "Coco" Diaz
  • Pete Holmes
  • Michael Che
  • Chris Distefano
  • Sean Donnelly
  • Sarah Tiana
  • Brooks Wheelan

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 1. Visit

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Ciara LaVelle is New Times' former arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University and moved to Florida in 2004. She joined New Times' staff in 2011.
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