A Pop-Culture Extravaganza!

On May 30-31, 2015, Vulture + New York Magazine will host the 2nd annual Vulture Festival, a pop-culture extravaganza featuring the best of today’s television, music, film, and more. In true Vulture style, the Festival will once again bring the witty, in-depth, critical coverage found on the web to life with two jam-packed days of events, including live performances, screenings, animated conversations, comedy, and more. Stay tuned to this site for MORE EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS!

Saturday Schedule

Squarespace Presents: Kevin Smith Live Podcast
  • 2pm- 3:30pm Kevin Smith records his popular SModcast in front of a live audience. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $30 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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Inside Out Screening and Discussion
  • 2pm-5pm Join Vulture for an exclusive early viewing of Pixar’s new film Inside Out followed by a discussion with the film’s creators, Pete Docter (director) and Jonas Rivera (producer) led by New York / Vulture film critic David Edelstein. Regal Cinemas Battery Park (Asphalt Green Battery Park City, 102 North End Ave). Tickets $25 (includes complimentary soda and popcorn).
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Tig Notaro
  • 4:30pm-6pm Tig Notaro, comedian, screens her new short film, Clown Service. Screening followed by a discussion led by Vulture Editor E. Alex Jung. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $30 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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Jerry Seinfeld
  • 4:30pm-6pm Enjoy a cup of coffee with Jerry Seinfeld, writer, comedian, and producer, as he discusses the new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Vulture editor, Jesse David Fox. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $40 (includes coffee during the event, as well as an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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Sunday Schedule

Tavi Gevinson
  • 11am-12:30pm Tavi Gevinson, writer, magazine editor, actress, fashionista, and singer in conversation with New York fashion director, Amy Larocca. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $30 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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Odd Mom Out Screening and Reception
  • 1pm-3pm Join Vulture for an exclusive first look at Bravo’s new scripted series Odd Mom Out, followed by a discussion with the show’s star and creator, Jill Kargman, with The Cut's Editorial Director, Stella Bugbee. Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street). Tickets FREE (includes complimentary popcorn and soda during the screening portion and a beer/wine reception following the screening in the adjacent Varick Room).
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Hollywood Power Stylists
  • 2pm-3:30pm Jessica Paster (Emily Blunt, Miranda Kerr, Leslie Mann, Aubrey Plaza & Jenny Slate), Brad Goreski (Jessica Alba, Demi Moore, Rashida Jones, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and more), Brandon Maxwell (Lady Gaga) and others, in conversation with The Cut editor Isabel Wilkinson. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $30 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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Difficult People Screening and Discussion
  • 4:30pm-6pm Join Vulture for an exclusive first look at Hulu’s new series Difficult People, followed by a panel discussion with the show’s cast including Amy Poehler, Billy Eichner, and Julie Klausner led by Vulture editor Margaret Lyons. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $40 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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House of Cards’ Beau Willimon
  • 5pm-6:30pm Feed your addiction—join Vulture editor Gazelle Emami as she talks with the creator of everyone’s excuse to sit on their couch for 13 hours straight, Beau Willimon, writer and creator of House of Cards. Milk Studios (450 West 15th Street). Tickets $30 (includes an hour in the Vulture Lounge and two complimentary drinks following the event).
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May 30-31
New York City
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