If you were in Los Angeles this past weekend, there was only one place to be: LA3C. The multicultural festival stands out amongst its peers, extending far beyond live music by adding layers of food and art that celebrate the rich culture and immense creativity of Los Angeles. The lineup of artists itself straddled multiple genres, from Kpop to hip-hop to even Latin music.
The two-day event was held inside Los Angeles Historic State Park, with headliners such as Snoop Dogg, Lil Baby, Mustard, and Maluma.
Upon walking in, there were two stages, multiple food trucks ranging from Latin American cuisine, vegan food, and Asian cuisine as well. Festival-goers had plenty of options to choose from, alongside endless art exhibits on display. A lot of them focused on the well-being of the ecosystem.
Not only were there amazing headliners, there were also plenty of rising up coming stars and incredible DJs from all over the world. Los Angeles is a hotspot for its diversity in culture and food, which the organizers of the event did an exceptional job of really capturing the diversity of the city and the people that are native to this area. So many different fan bases in one setting to enjoy food, music and art, which is what really brings people together.
Photo Credits: Courtesy of PMC & LA3C