If you still haven't managed to snag tickets to "The Late Show," this year's New York Comedy Festival is finally giving you a chance to see Stephen Colbert in action.
The CBS host will join Trevor Noah, Nicole Byer, Bill Maher and a buzzy lineup of other top comics for the annual weeklong event, which runs this year from Nov. 4 through Nov. 10.
"Nothing beats being able to perform stand-up comedy in New York to some of the best audiences in the world, and that's what this festival is," Noah, who will headline Madison Square Garden, said in a statement.
More than 200 comics will appear at venues across the city, from MSG to the Beacon Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Carolines on Broadway and other locations.
One of the festival's most historically talked-about events is the Stand Up fo Heroes benefit for the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Jon Stewart and Bruce Springsteen are among the stars to repeatedly agree to perform.
Citi cardmembers can snag pre-sale tickets beginning August 7 at 11 AM EST. General public tickets go on sale August 12 at 10 AM EST. Tickets are available here.