“Skyline: Art, Music, Food” takes over FYF’s old stomping grounds at LA State Historic Park

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Just when you thought we couldn’t possibly have any more music festivals, Los Angeles gets yet another one.

Arriving May 20th is the debut of, “Skyline: Art, Music, Food.” Presented by Radio Hill – a brand new collective of Los Angeles-based concert producers, festival planners and talent curators – alongside local partners KCRW, The Well, Space Yacht, and DoLA, comes Skyline.

Damn, the music-festivalization is real!

Skyline will take over FYF’s old stomping grounds at the L.A. State Historic Park. Located in the Northern half of Chinatown, Los Angeles State Historic Park was shut down for renovations in April 2014 and now the park is ready to roll with a brand new look and feel that boasts modern amenities, beautiful views, and beautiful green spaces.

Skyline will feature headlining act Miike Snow, along with Duke Dumont, Lido, Eden, Michl, Elohim, and Jason Bentley.

In addition to Skyline’s electronic-friendly lineup, the 21-and-over event will feature a solid sampling of craft food vendors from all over Los Angeles, as well as interactive art installations from LA-based artists.

Tickets Skyline will go on sale today, Friday, March 31 at 12 PM PT. You can purchase your Skyline tickets via the ticket link below.

In an effort to keep the event as green as possible Skyline encourages attendees to travel by metro or ride share.


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