Culture Collide Festival to return to Echo Park this fall

Norwegian singer Marit Larsen will perform at this year’s Culture Collide Festival in Echo Park.

The  Culture Collide Festival  has announced its initial line up of global musical acts and artists who will perform in Echo Park in early October for the third annual music and arts event. The international festival’s four-day line up includes bands and singers from Spain, Thailand, Argentina, Britain, Norway as well as the U.S. in addition to film screenings and other events.

“The festival really is all about introducing people to a wide range of quality music, celebrating the cultural melting pot that this city embraces, and creating an experience like no other,” said Alan Miller, co-founder and co-publisher of FILTER Magazine, which will sponsor the event on Oct. 4-7.

The festival shows and programs will be presented at 10 different clubs and other venues and will culminate with a day-long block party. Here are some of the musical acts scheduled for this year’s event:

Montreal (US), Junip (Sweden), School of Seven Bells (US), Clinic (United Kingdom), Penguin Prison (US), Class Actress (US), John Talabot (Spain), Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500 (US), Breakestra (US) Tribes (United Kingdom), American Royalty (US), Moss (Netherlands), The Standards (Thailand), The Kavanaghs (Argentina), and Marit Larsen (Norway),

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  1. Culture Collide Festival – aka One big interactive Toyota commercial.

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