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2012 Culture Collide Block Party

September 18, 2012


2012 Culture Collide Block Party

FILTER Magazine proudly announces its third annual Culture Collide Block Party, presented by S.O.TERIK, returning to Los Angeles on Sunday, Oct. 7.

The ‘Good Music Publication’ will take over Echo Park’s Reservoir Street with live performances, LA’s Best Food Trucks, art activities, prizes and more.  The lineup, which will be presented on four stages for the first time, boasts indie music favorites including of Montreal (US), The Wombats (UK), School of Seven Bells (US), Niki and the Dove (Sweden), Poolside (US), DIIV (US), Class Actress (US), Icona Pop (Sweden), Gold Fields (Australia), Colorfeels (US) Morning Parade (UK), Chancellor Warhol (US) among many more international artists (See full block party line-up below).

Details: Everything kicks off at 2:00 p.m. until Midnight at Reservoir Street (between Sunset Blvd. and Alvarado Street) and free with a $5 suggested donation to 826LA with RSVP or is free to guests that have purchased a Culture Collide Festival wristband, which you can get here for $20.

Full Block Party Line-up:

of Montreal (US)
Niki and The Dove (Sweden)
Poolside (US)
Class Actress (US)
Icona Pop (Sweden)
The Wombats (UK)
School of Seven Bells (US)
The Royal Teeth (US)
Colorfeels (US)
Chancellor Warhol (US)
Morning Parade (UK)
Gold Fields (Australia)
Half Moon Run (US)
terminal (Denmark)
Kyst (Poland)
The Standards (Thailand)
Monster Cat (Singapore)
Marit Larsen (Norway)
Efrat Ben Zur (Israel)
Mimes of Wine (Italy)
Go Back to the Zoo (The Netherlands)
ProbCause (US)
Sudden Weather Change (Iceland)
Resplandor (Peru)
The Moog (Hungary)
Optic Yellow Felt (Brazil)
Coldair (Poland)
The Kavanaghs (Argentina)
Huddle (Canada)
The Trouble with Templeton (US)