FYF Fest Releases Set Times, Festival Map This Weekend (Aug 27-28)
FYF Fest kicks off its 13th year this Saturday and Sunday at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, and they are excited to share the full artist schedule with set times now (above). Single-Day Sundaypasses are available for $125. For tickets, additional info and FAQs, please visit the FYFFest site.
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GA and VIP Weekend Passes SOLD OUT Single Day Sunday Passes Available at www.FYFFest.com This Weekend (Aug 27-28) at Exposition Park in Los Angeles.
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FYF Fest kicks off it’s 13th year this Saturday and Sunday at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, and they are excited to share the full artist schedule with set times now (above). Single-Day Sundaypasses are available for $125. For tickets, additional info and FAQs, please visit http://fyffest.com/. FYF is also excited to share this year’s map of the festival grounds (below), which includes a brand new, tented stage – The Club. Sadly, the Sports Arena is no longer with us, but so many incredible acts will take place in the newly built, tented stage. And to top it off – FYF has added Tel Aviv duo Red Axes late Saturday night before Moby.
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Go Metro! Take the Expo Line to Expo/Vermont Station and follow signs to the festival entrance. Last trains leave from FYF at 1:30am for transfers to other lines or 2:10am for Expo Line only (no transfers). Save time and buy roundtrip fare on your way in ($3.50 + $1 reusable TAP card per person). Be sure to tap your own card before each boarding! Stop by the FYF Info Booth near the lawn stage each day before 4pm and show your TAP card for a reusable FYF Fest water bottle while supplies last! More info here.
“…perhaps the best summer festival a Southern California music fan could hope for.”
– Rolling Stone
“L.A.’s biggest weekend of music”
– Los Angeles Magazine
“one of the rare fests to have grown in size without losing sight of what makes it stand out”
– A.V. Club
“FYF Fest may have its sights more on the mainstream than the underground, but it hasn’t shed its adventurous roots”
– Los Angeles Times
“We’ve expected nothing less than exceptional from Sean Carlson’s two-day soiree over the years, but man did they outdo themselves this year.”
– Consequence of Sound