Broke LA Changes Date to April 8, Locale to Worth Street
By DOTTIE PARIS
Broke LA Music and Arts Festival, the Los Angeles event that is held as an alternative to Coachella, has announced James Supercave, Raener and Kolaj will be among its artist lineup. This year, the festival will be held on April 8 at 4560 Worth Street.
The date move shifts the festival away from overlapping with Coachella weekend for the first time ever, kicking off festival season in Los Angeles.
“It is important for us, first and foremost, that our event serve our artists in their professional development,” said Executive Director Negin Singh. “We are proud of our unbelievable talent and want to ensure that those in the music industry as well as our audience can freely engage in discovery at our festival without having to sacrifice celebrating what’s big in the mainstream festival circuit.”
The one-day event celebrating the immense talent and diversity of LA’s art scene, will feature more than 50 musical acts across four stages, LA’s up-and-coming comedians, festival-encompassing art installations, one-of-a-kind street food, drinks, photo booths, activism hubs, boutique vendors, merchandise and more to come for a reasonable price.
COMPLETE LINE UP
Jungle Gym Curated by: cARTel
Swings Curated by: Brownies & Lemonade
Bounce House Curated by: Shifty Rhythms
Ball Pit Curated by: cARTel
Velvet (Formerly known as Emily Gold)
Sandbox Curated by: Omid Singh, Chelsea Quinn, Robbie Kirkhuff
Zach Noe Towers