LA3C hosted an inaugural two-day music, art and food festival at Los Angeles State Historic Park celebrating the rich culture and immense creativity of Los Angeles. The festival held December 10-11 brimmed with buzz-worthy entertainment and fun-filled experiences including interactive art from some of the world’s most talented artists, multicultural food and flavors that represented the diverse palate of the city.
LA3C’s genre-spanning lineup celebrated the sounds and spirit of Los Angeles with powerhouse headliners and homegrown favorites. Saturday was marked by amazing musical performances from beloved music icons and today’s biggest hit makers from hip-hop to K-pop including Lil Baby, Snoop Dogg, and Seventeen, as well as a special pop-up from legendary ethologist, activist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall. Sunday kept the energy just as exhilarating with a celebration of Latin music, featuring high octane performances from Colombian superstar Maluma, Snow Tha Product, Gerardo Ortiz, Fonseca, Chesca, and many more.
Alongside diverse music, festival-goers were wowed with curated best-in-class experiences including a range of multicultural food at Dining Discovery, one-of-a-kind artwork and installations, fun and interactive brand activations by Homedics, NYX Professional Makeup, Maker’s Mark cocktails, and SHE Media’s Meaningful Marketplace sponsored by U.S. Bank to highlight women & minority-owned businesses.
By Kinya Claiborne, STYLE & SOCIETY
Photo Credit: Courtesy of LA3C