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The 3rd Annual Vulture Festival Occurs May 21-22, 2016 at Milk Studios in New York City.

Vulture.com, New York magazine’s culture and entertainment site, has announced additional events to its already amazing lineup for the 2016 Vulture Festival. The annual Vulture Festival is a series of high-profile events celebrating the best of today’s television, music, and film. Guest appearances include Amy Poehler, Shonda Rhimes, the cast of Mr. Robot and Jessica Jones, Sarah Silverman, and many more.

What are these additional events? Time to take notes, ladies and gents:

New York magazine senior editor Chris Bonanos talks with Kermit the Frog and Fozzie Bear.

An exclusive first look at AMC’s upcoming New York-set drama series Feed The Beast, followed by a conversation with its star, David Schwimmer.

Comedy by Sarah Silverman, Todd Barry, Aparna Nancherla, Lizz Winstead, John Early, and Michelle Wolf at BAM.

A Rent​ sing-along to celebrate the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award–winning iconic rock musical, with performances from Billy Eichner, Seth Rudetsky, Adam Kantor, Lena Hall, Nikki M. James, and many more.

An exclusive first look at AT&T Audience Network's new original series You, Me, Her, followed by a conversation with creator John Scott Shepherd, along with stars Greg Poehler and Priscilla Faia.

On top of all these amazing events, the festival will kick off with an exclusive opening-night party at the Top Of The Standard on Friday, May 20th.

Ticket costs range from free events to $150 and are on sale now at www.vulturefestival.com. Follow @VultureFestival and @Vulture for updates.

Image via www.vulturefestival.com 

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