Everything you need to know about LA’s new culture festival – SheKnows

We have spent the past year and a half trapped inside our homes, watching the world stop due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, we have missed out on many food, music and culture festivals that have brought so much joy to our lives. Now that the world is starting to open up again (thank you vaccines!), We can start planning our trips to see some of our favorite festivals again. As you plan your trips for a food, music and culture festival, be sure to add Los Angeles-based Penske Media’s new culture festival called LA3C to your list.

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Penske Media Corporation – the parent company of SheKnows, Rolling Stone, Variety, Billboard and more – only announced its inauguration LAC3 Culture & Creativity Festival. The three-day festival is a celebration of all that Los Angeles has to offer and “will bring together creators, artists and emerging LA talent in new and highly interactive formats and live experiences through entertainment, music. , food, art, fashion and sport, ”according to the LA3C website.

The inaugural event takes place in Los Angeles from December 2-4, 2021, and you can expect a one-of-a-kind immersive and inclusive experience. The festival will take place across the city of Los Angeles and feature an assortment of top-notch experiences and events. Guests can look forward to unique comedic events, numerous concerts and live performances, immersive dining experiences, fashion activations, panel discussions from lead actors, and a chance to watch artists and designers on the move. “PMC said in a press release.

The news comes just months after PMC took a 50% stake in the South by Southwest festival.

“After 18 months of isolation, it seems now is the time to come together around the cultural elements that bind us together,” said Jay Penske, president and CEO of PMC.

For more details and to register for participation information, you can visit the LA3C website.

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