FILTER Magazine's third annual Culture Collide Festival is officially upon us with last night's rousing kick-off throwdown (check out our photos) leading us into the weekend festivities. With over 65 artists from over 25 countries to perform from October 4th-7th, this is going to be a crazy event you won't want to miss! Lucky for you, we still have a pair of all-access Culture Collide Festival wristbands to give away so you can get in on the action!
This musical melting pot is taking place at various venues in Echo Park, including The Echo and Origami, and will consist of live performances, comedy showcases, and happy hours featuring food and drink from all over. This year's festival features performances by musical acts like Of Montreal, The Wombats, The Big Pink, School of Seven Bells, Zola Jesus, Niki And The Dove, Patrick Wolf, John Talabot, Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500, Diiv, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Icona Pop, Penguin Prison, Bonde do Role and many other international buzzworthy artists. [Top photo via]
Because we love you, we're making it easy to enter to win a pair of all-access wristbands to this awesome annual music fest!
How To Enter
We already gave a pair of tickets away yesterday but still have a pair left up for grabs. All you have to do to enter for a chance to win this pair of all-access wristbands to the FILTER Culture Collide Festival (courtesy of our good friends at FILTER), which are good for the entire festival which runs from the October 4th-7th, is follow us on Twitter if you don't already and tweet @gofgLA telling us why you want to go AND/OR go to our Facebook page and tag yourself in this photo and comment on it telling us why you want the tickets! (Doing both ups your chances). We'll be selecting our winner at 12pm PST TODAY, October 4th who will get two all-access wristbands to the Culture Collide shows comprising the festival. Oh, and make sure you "Like" and follow us before entering. Let's just say that will dramatically improve your chances of winning.
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