Press Releases

FYF FEST Announces Two – Day Schedule

Los Angeles Metro to Extend Hours to 2 a.m. Sept. 1 and 2 for FYF Fest

Tickets On-Sale via TICKETFLY.COM

This coming Labor Day weekend (Sept 1-2), FYF Fest will return to Los Angeles’ Historic State Park in downtown LA. And with the show just days away, FYF Fest is happy to finally reveal the festival’s two-day schedule. Over the festival’s two days, acts like Refused, Sleigh Bells, Yeasayer, and Turbonegro will grace the festival’s four stages. The previously announced comedy lineup will perform in the Broadway St. tent alongside the festival’s dance and electronic acts, including Glass Candy, Gold Panda, Tanlines, and Dâm-Funk.

FYF Fest is also happy to announce that the L.A. Metro will extend the hours of all their trains to 2:00 a.m. on September 1 and 2 to accommodate the attendees of FYF Fest. Festivalgoers looking to travel to the festival via public transportation will be able to access The Chinatown Gold Line, which is less then 100 yards from the LA State Historic Park. Union Station is also less then a mile away from the festival grounds. And for cyclists, FYF will also be providing secure bike parking in the lot across the street from the festival (College & Spring).

This year’s FYF Fest features its most ambitious lineup to date, with performances by Quicksand, The Faint, James Blake (Live), Yeasayer, Nicolas Jaar (Live), Sleigh Bells, Desaparecidos, Dinosaur Jr, Against Me!, Hot Snakes, Twin Shadow, Chromatics, DJ Harvey, Liars, Paul Banks from Interpol, American Nightmare, Warpaint plus many more, as well as comedians David Cross, Maria Bamford, Jonah Ray, Eric Andre, Neil Hamburger and more. Full lineup is listed alphabetically below.

FYF Fest is all ages and will run from noon until midnight each day. Tickets are currently available at local Los Angeles record stores and select Chilli Beans store locations. For more information visit

Music Lineup – Alphabetical

AA Bondy
Aesop Rock
Against Me!
American Nightmare
Atlas Sound
Paul Banks (Interpol)
Black Dice
Black Mountain
Cloud Nothings
Dam Funk
Dinosaur Jr
DJ Coco (Primavera Sound)
DJ Harvey
Father John Misty
The Faint
Fucked Up
Future Islands
Glass Candy
Gold Panda
Hot Snakes
I Break Horses
James Blake
John Maus
Joyce Manor
King Khan & the Shrines
King Tuff
Kishi Bashi
Lightning Bolt
Lovely Bad Things
Nick Waterhouse
Nicolas Jaar (Live)
Nite Jewel
The Orwells
Purity Ring
Redd Kross
Sandro Perri
Simian Mobile Disco (Live)
Sleigh Bells
The Allah La’s
The Field
The Growlers
The Men
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
The Soft Pack
The Suicide of Western Culture
The Vaselines
Tiger & Woods
Twin Shadow
Two Gallants
White Arrows
White Fence
Wild Flag
Wild Nothing

Comedy Lineup – Alphabetical:

BJ Novak
Brendon Walsh
Brent Weinbach
Dana Gould
David Cross
The Eric Andre Show
Jim Hamilton
Joe Sib
Jonah Ray
Kumail Nanjiani
Leo Allen
Maria Bamford
Matt Braughner
Matt Dwyer
Neil Hamburger
Pete Holmes
Rory Scovel
The Sklar Bros
Sean O’Connor

For the past 4 years, FYF Fest has taken place at the Los Angeles State Historic Park located at 1245 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA. Previous to this location the event was held across multiple venues in Echo Park.

FYF Fest hosts many different healthy food vendors specializing in Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Organic and Local Foods.

Thank you:
FYF Fest has been made possible by it’s generous support from it’s partners and sponsors. A huge thank you goes out to Chilli Beans, Adult Swim, The Hundreds, Incase, Seagate, Adult Swim, Sailor Jerry’s and Goldenvoice.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.