Sasheer Zamata is one of many all-stars slated to perform at the closing show on Saturday. via BKCF

The Brooklyn Comedy Festival ends this weekend, on Sunday, August 30. If you’re thinking, “Oh no thanks, I already know comedy, it’s sitting in a dark room with some guy tells jokes at the front,” then you should definitely be catching at least one of these last few shows.

We already gave you our top picks for the festival. So you can take our word for it, or pick your own from the lineup on the festival’s website. But definitely hit up the closing show on Saturday night. And if you’re free on Sunday, you can day-drink $3 Sixpoint with all the comedians at the free BKCF wrap party in Williamsburg!

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