LA3C music, food and art festival in Los Angeles reveals daily lineups, adds artists

Producers of the inaugural LA3C music, food and art festival scheduled for Dec. 10-11 at Los Angeles Historic State Park announced the daily lineups for its two-day event, which will be capped by hip-hop stars Megan Thee Stallion and Snoop Dogg on Dec. 10 and Latin artists Maluma and Gerardo Ortiz on Dec. 11.

The festival, which aims to celebrate the culture and creativity of Los Angeles, revealed an eclectic roster of talent for both days.

K-pop stars Seventeen, R&B and hip-hop group Free Nationals, producer and artist Shawn Wasabi and Shea Diamond will join Stallion and Snoop on the main stage on Saturday. The Hot Import Nights stage will be led by Mustard and DJ sets from AJ Hernz, Freya Fox, Kim Lee and Vice.

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Colombian singer-songwriter Fonseca, pop star Marc Seguí, Mexican-American singer-songwriter Monogem, and Latin hip-hop artist Chicocurlyhead will perform with Maluma and Ortiz on the main stage on Sunday. The Hot Import Nights stage will be headlined by Arius and include sets by Cam Girl, Kill Bambi, Lolo, Lucky Light, Madds, Meirlin and Peach.

Tickets are on sale now for the 21-and-older-only festival event. Single-day general admission is $99 and weekend general admission is $179; Single-day general admission-plus is $149 and weekend general admission-plus is $239; Single-day VIP is $349 and weekend VIP is $579. All tickets are available at la3c.com.

Additional musical acts, local artists and food vendors will be announced soon. Set times will be revealed on the official website a few days prior to the event.

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