The Wombats, Patrick Wolf, Niki And The Dove & More Added To 2012 Culture Collide Line-Up
Posted on July 3, 2012
The Wombats (United Kingdom), Patrick Wolf (United Kingdom), Niki And The Dove (Sweden), Laetitia Sadier of Stereolab (France), Voxhaul Broadcast (US), Blood Red Shoes (United Kingdom), Chancellor Warhol (US), Gold Fields (Australia) , Mimes of Wine (Italy) , Go Back to the Zoo (Netherlands), Coldair (Poland), Kyst (Poland), Monster Cat (Singapore), Pageants (US), The Moog (Hungary) and Touchy Mob (Germany) join the previously announced Culture Collide festival talent line-up, happening October 4-7 in Los Angeles.
The newly announced bands will be joining festival headliners of Montreal, Junip, Clinic, Penguin Prison plus many other supporting artists to play the third annual Culture Collide Festival. Check out the flyer below to see our current festival line-up with many more announcements coming soon!
This years’ four-day festival will celebrate the convergence of cultures upon Los Angeles by welcoming artists from across the globe. Festival attendees will experience full-band live performances as well as intimate acoustic sets, film screenings, and happy hours featuring free food and drinks from around the world at a variety of venues.
The 2012 Culture Collide Festival will take place on ten unique Los Angeles stages and will wrap up with an all-day block party on Sunday, October 7th.
A limited number of Culture Collide festival wristbands are now available, priced at just $20 at Ticket Web. Wristbands have sold out the past two years, and with many more artists to be announced in the coming weeks, early wristband purchase is strongly recommended.
FILTER Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival is presented by S.O.Terik. Additional sponsors include Slacker Radio, Onitsuka Tiger and Aqua Hydrate. Promotional partners include The City of Echo Park, LA Weekly and KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW.com).
You can get more info about Culture Collide as well as view all participating countries, artists, festival activities and more at culturecollide.com and via the FILTER Magazine Facebook and Twitter.
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