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Will Los Angeles Host AngelFest? Yes, Another Music Festival…

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I simply can’t believe it, it seems there is not a day when Los Angeles doesn’t think about a new music festival. This week, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a report on the AngelFest music and arts festival that, given permission, could draw up to 65,000 visitors this October to Woodley Park, a park in the San Fernando Valley. The controversy comes from environmentalists who rightly think the festival could harm wildlife. A 302-page report was released containing a detailed analysis of the potential impact of the proposed music festival, and if no decision has been made, people supporting the festival have declared progress has been made.

Once again the festival is announced as family-friendly, incorporating other arts beside music and potentially bringing plenty of money to the city. Five stages are proposed, focusing on music from the 1950s to the present, from 10  am to 11  pm over the course of three days.

According to the Daily News, the preliminary Army Corps assessment released Tuesday found the mega festival would have ‘no significant impact’ on air quality, noise, traffic, public safety and the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, and the organizers have even promised that the festival will leave the place in even better shape than the day they found it… are these people for real? How is this possible? Considering the fact that they expect to receive 65,000 concert goers. A public hearing will be held April 26th and a decision on whether the festival promoters can use the park will be made after that. I know that their website is all for nature preservation and limiting the environmental impact of such an event, but it is difficult to comprehend when you see how much crap people leave after just one single concert. We will know very soon whether we have another festival to consider… Tthis is how Angelfest is described

‘AngelFest is a 3-­day music, arts, culture, and food festival dedicated to celebrating Los Angeles.  The annual world-­class festival, created and produced by the LA-­based Make Good Group, is designed to entertain a cross-­generational concert audience with both the biggest and the most cutting edge acts in contemporary music.  The festival, infused with the many and diverse cultures that constitute southern California, will also highlight the extraordinary and unique contributions made by the City of Angels in today’s world.’

 

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