FYF Fest Returns For Labor Day Weekend Set For Saturday, September 3, 2011
FULL LINE-UP REVEALED!
Descendents, Death From Above 1979, Explosions in the Sky, Broken Social Scene, Simian Mobile Disco (live), Guided By Voices, Cold War Kids, The Dead Milkmen, Kid Dynamite, Four Tet, Girls , No Age, The Head & The Heart + tons more
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, JUNE 17 Via Ticketweb at 3:00 PST
FYF Fest is proud to make its return this Labor Day Weekend to downtown Los Angeles, on Saturday September 3rd and to have Altamont back on board as the presenting sponsor. The festival continues with an all-new location (details below) and stellar line-up. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 17 via Ticketweb web and start at $35.00. The festival will run from Noon until Midnight. The event is All Ages.
Slated to perform are: Descendents, Death From Above 1979, Explosions in the Sky, Broken Social Scene, Cold War Kids, Guided By Voices, Simian Mobile Disco (live), The Dead Milkmen, Girls, No Age, Kid Dynamite, Glass Candy, Dan Deacon, Four Tet, The Head & The Heart, YACHT, The Weakerthans, Chromatics, Cults, Olivia Tremor Control, Smith Westerns, OFF!, The Strange Boys, Japandroids, Nosaj Thing, Ty Segall, Mister Heavenly, Pink Mountaintops, Avi Buffalo, Cass Mccombs, Title Fight, Fools Gold, Tijuana Panthers, Touche Amore, Purity Ring, Twin Sister and Future Islands
To counter some of last year’s issues, FYF has formally partnered with Goldenvoice on the festival.
In order to ensure a safe and fun environment for all, the following improvements have been made.
Near City Hall, 1st and Main – Downtown, LA
There will be multiple entrances to the festival and a completely separate entrance for VIP and press.
Three times the food vendors located in four separate locations throughout the festival. Healthier options, shorter lines, cheaper prices, larger selection of vegan and vegetarian options
All water will be $2.
A huge thank you to the sponsors who have supported us throughout the years and our new friends: Altamont, Incase, Sailor Jerry, SESAC and LA Weekly.