LIMITED NUMBER OF $20 WRISTBANDS ON SALE NOW
Thursday, Oct 06, 2011 7:00 PM PDT
- Sunday, Oct 09, 2011 8:00 PM PDT
Culture Collide Festival, Los Angeles, CA
21 years and over
Culture Collide Site: www.culturecollide.com
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LOS ANGELES, CA (June 28, 2011) – Twenty new artists have been added to the lineup for FILTER Magazine’s second annual Culture Collide Festival in Los Angeles, CA October 6 – 9, 2011. Newly confirmed acts include Gang Gang Dance (USA), Datarock (Norway), The Asteroids Galaxy Tour (Denmark), Do Make Say Think (Canada), MEN (USA), Ximena Sarinana (Mexica), De Staat (the Netherlands), Chico Mann (USA), The Tender Box (USA), Suave As Hell (Mexico), The Death Letters (the Netherlands), Electra (Israel), Descartes A Kant (Mexico), Da Punto Beat (Mexico), Guineafowl (Australia), Black Box Revelation (Belgium), Los Hollywood (USA), Bodi Bill (Germany), Hundreds (Germany), Hedgehog (China) and For A Minor Reflection (Iceland). These bands will be performing alongside the previously announced CSS, Lindstrøm, Liam Finn, Isobel Campbell, Buck 65, Jason Falkner, and many other bands from 23 participating countries.
A limited number of festival wristbands, which provide access to all Culture Collide showcases, continue to be priced at just $20 and are on sale now at TicketWeb.com. Festival activities will not only include full-band live performances, but also film screenings, happy hours featuring free food and drink from around the world, and intimate acoustic sets at a variety of traditional and non-traditional venues on LA’s East Side including The Echo, Echoplex, Taix, 826LA, Swinghouse Studios, The Church, Reform Academy and Stories Books & Cafe. The festival will once again end with the Toyota Antics Block Party, a free all-day event in Echo Park on Sunday, October 9th.
“This year’s festival will be even more about exposing people to not just music, but film, drinking, food and customs from all over the world,” said Alan Miller, co-owner and co-founder of FILTER Magazine. “We really want people to take the opportunity to experience all the festival has the offer. At a $20 wristband price, it’s the best deal in town.”
FILTER Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival is sponsored by Dickies, Sony Computer Entertainment America, Guitar Center, Converse, Fender and Red Bull. Promotional partners include Redbury Hotel, LA Weekly, 826LA, Swinghouse Studios, Heartland Festival, The Lucie Foundation, S.O. Terik and KCRW.
Participating countries include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA and more to be announced.
For up-to-date information regarding ticket sales, participating countries and artist line up, please visit culturecolide.com and follow FILTER Magazine on Facebook [facebook.com/FILTERMagazine] and Twitter [twitter.com/FILTERMagazine]. More details will be announced in the coming weeks.
FILTER Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival is executive produced by FILTER Creative Group, LLC.
About FILTER Creative Group:
FILTER Creative Group is a fast-growing entertainment and lifestyle-marketing agency devoted to championing quality music, fashion, film, products, and services of substance. FILTER has implemented marketing and advertising campaigns for numerous major companies, including Toyota, Macys, Dickies, Nike, Universal, Warner Brothers, Capitol Music Group, Interscope Records, Columbia Records, MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, Ben Sherman, Landmark Theatres, VTech, and many others. FILTER Creative Group also has a publishing company that produces the international music magazine, FILTER. For more information please visit www.FILTERcreativegroup.com
About FILTER Magazine:
Good music will prevail. These are the words that we here at FILTER live by. In an ever-evolving musical landscape, we’re here to help. Through FILTER’s various outlets – our informative website, our irreverent blog, the FILTER Good Music Guide, our local listening parties and the jewel in our music-loving crown, FILTER magazine – we want to help you discover your new favorite band.