LA3C is coming to L.A. Historic State Park on Dec. 10 and 11 with performances from Megan Thee Stallion, Maluma, Seventeen, Snoop Dogg, Free Nationals, Gerardo Ortiz, Fonseca, Marc Segui, Shawn Wasabi, Monogem, Shea Diamond and Chicocurlyhead. The two-day event also features plenty of food offerings from around the world bold and interactive art.
Just announced performances by Piso 21, TOKiMONSTA, Kyle, Chesca, Accia, Cuco and Rosegold. Plus, a special DJ set celebrating Vibe’s 30th Anniversary with Linafornia.
The L (Gold) Line’s Chinatown Station is just steps from the park — and you can transfer to/from the L Line at Union Station, which serves the Metro B/D (Red/Purple) Line subway, Metrolink, Amtrak and bus lines run by Metro and other agencies.
Single day and weekend tickets to LA3C are on sale now starting at just $99 (while supplies last), and LA3C is offering Metro riders 15 percent off on General Admission and General Admission+ tickets with promo code “GOMETRO” online: https://www.la3c.com/
The festival and performance sets are slated to run from 1-10 p.m. PT on the first day and noon – 9 p.m. PT on day two; all attendees must be 21+.
How to Ride Metro
- To plan your transit trips, we suggest that you download Transit app, Metro’s official smartphone app.
- Metro’s regular fares are $1.75 for a one-way trip with free transfers for two hours. Fares can be paid with TAP cards. TAP cards can be purchased from TAP vending machines at all Metro Rail stations. Riders can also use their smartphones as a TAP card by downloading the TAP app, available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
- Many of our rail and busway stations have free or paid parking. For the full list of parking lots by bus or rail line, click here.
- Regional passenger trains that serve the greater Los Angeles region are run by Metrolink. Click here for Metrolink routes and schedules. Los Angeles Union Station is Metrolink’s main hub.
- LA State Historic Park can also be reached via Metro Bike Share. A one-way trip is just $1.75 for every 30 minutes. Passes can be purchased online, through taptogo.net, in the Metro Bike Share app or at any Metro Bike Share kiosk. The closest stations to LA State Historic Park are at Spring & College and Hill & College.
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