A brand new music festival will be taking over Los Angeles State Historic Park Dec. 10-11 as the LA3C comes to town with hip-hop star Megan Thee Stallion, Colombian singer-songwriter Maluma, Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg, K-pop boy band Seventeen and more.
According to promoters, Penske Media Corporation, LA3C stands for “Los Angeles, the Capital of Culture & Creativity,” and the two-day event is meant to be a celebration of the city’s musical talent, as well art and the multicultural food scene. Additional acts, chefs and artists and other details will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets are $125 for two-day general admission; $199 for two-day general admission plus, which includes expedited entry; and $499 for two-day VIP passes. This event is for those 21-and-older only. All tickets are available now at la3c.com.
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