Tig Notaro will headline the second night of Duluth Comedy Fest, Jade Presents announced Tuesday. The comedian replaces John Hodgman, whose cancellation was announced last week.
Notaro, the deadpan comedian behind the Amazon original series "One Mississippi" and known for her standup, will perform Feb. 16 at the NorShor Theatre. The two-day fest also includes comedians Gary Gulman and Alex Edelman on Friday; and Brian Posehn, who will perform with Notaro on Saturday.
A two-day pass starts at $79 and goes on sale Friday at duluthcomedyfest.com, jadepresents.com or by calling (866) 300-8300. There are no single-day passes available.
Notaro was named one of Rolling Stone magazine's Top 50 stand-up comics of all time and in 2013 was nominated for a Grammy Award for her comedy album "Live." In 2015, she was nominated for her HBO special "Boyish Girl Interrupted," and she received a GLAAD award nomination for her documentary "Tig."
Notaro performed at St. Scholastica in 2011, according to her website.