Tokyo Police Club & More Rock Filter's Block Party

by guestofaguest · October 13, 2010

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Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival rounded off Sunday night with the flawless combination of musical greatness and food truck excellence with the help of Toyota Antics.

Filter has been keeping us up to speed on cool music and rising talent since 2002, so it's no surprise that they teamed up with Toyota Antics to close out their weekend-long multicultural celebration with an awesome block party.

The party featured a diverse group of musical performers that rocked out on the open-street stages. Some of our favorite bands included Tokyo Police Club, White Lies, The Boxer Rebellion, Phantogram and Sea Wolf, who together repped the UK, Canada and the US. The crowd went wild for the musical talents who all delivered incredible sets, and thanks to some of L.A's best food trucks, energy levels remained high and gave the audience plenty of music fest fuel to get through the day. L.A.-ers danced, munched and soaked up some rays at the block party until the sun went down, which made Monday a little easier to bear. ...Or harder, depending on how much sun and beer you got.