The Filter magazine Culture Collide festival will be back in Los Angeles next October, for its second year. On their website they call themselves ‘the feisty little brother to bigger music fests like SXSW and Coachella’, and since last year the festivities were happening in my neighborhood, it was really interesting.
It is actually a five-day festival which will take place October 5-9, welcoming bands from all over the world with a block party on Sunday 9th, which was free with a reservation last year. We’ll see if it will still be the case, but they have announced only the modest sum of $20 for a wristband giving access to all the festival activities.
According to the Scenestar, CSS, Liam Finn, Lindstrom, Rainbow Arabia and many more to be announced are taking the stage this year.
The festival will take place not only in the streets but also in many popular venues of the east LA music scene.
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