FYF Fest Reveals Day Schedules, Transportation Details

This coming Labor Day weekend (Sept 1-2), FYF Fest will return to Los Angeles’ Historic State Park in downtown LA. And with the show just days away, FYF Fest is happy to finally reveal the festival’s two-day schedule. Over the festival’s two days, acts like Refused, Sleigh Bells, Yeasayer, and Turbonegro will grace the festival’s four stages. The previously announced comedy lineup will perform in the Broadway St. tent alongside the festival’s dance and electronic acts, including Glass Candy, Gold Panda, Tanlines, and Dâm-Funk.

FYF Fest is also happy to announce that the L.A. Metro will extend the hours of all their trains to 2:00 a.m. on September 1 and 2 to accommodate the attendees of FYF Fest. Festivalgoers looking to travel to the festival via public transportation will be able to access The Chinatown Gold Line, which is less then 100 yards from the LA State Historic Park. Union Station is also less then a mile away from the festival grounds. And for cyclists, FYF will also be providing secure bike parking in the lot across the street from the festival (College & Spring).

This year’s FYF Fest features its most ambitious lineup to date, with performances by Quicksand, The Faint, James Blake (Live), Yeasayer, Nicolas Jaar (Live), Sleigh Bells, Desaparecidos, Dinosaur Jr, Against Me!, Hot Snakes, Twin Shadow, Chromatics, DJ Harvey, Liars, Paul Banks from Interpol, American Nightmare, Warpaint plus many more, as well as comedians David Cross, Maria Bamford, Jonah Ray, Eric Andre, Neil Hamburger and more. Full lineup is listed alphabetically below.

FYF Fest is all ages and will run from noon until midnight each day. Tickets are currently available at local Los Angeles record stores and select Chilli Beans store locations. For more information visit www.fyffest.com.

Music Lineup – Alphabetical

AA Bondy

Aesop Rock

Against Me!

American Nightmare

Atlas Sound

Paul Banks (Interpol)

Baroness

Beirut

Black Dice

Black Mountain

Ceremony

Chairlift

Chromatics

Cloud Nothings

Converge

Cursive

Dam Funk

Desaparecidos

Devin

Dinosaur Jr

DJ Coco (Primavera Sound)

DJ Harvey

Doldrums

Father John Misty

The Faint

FIDLAR

Fucked Up

Future Islands

Givers

Glass Candy

Gold Panda

Health

Hot Snakes

I Break Horses

James Blake

John Maus

Joyce Manor

King Khan & the Shrines

King Tuff

Kishi Bashi

Liars

Lightning Bolt

Lovely Bad Things

M83

Moonface

Nick Waterhouse

Nicolas Jaar (Live)

Nite Jewel

The Orwells

PAPA

Purity Ring

Quicksand

Redd Kross

Refused

Sandro Perri

Simian Mobile Disco (Live)

Sleigh Bells

The Allah La’s

The Field

The Growlers

The Men

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

The Soft Pack

The Suicide of Western Culture

The Vaselines

Tiger & Woods

Turbonegro

Twin Shadow

Two Gallants

Tycho

Warpaint

White Arrows

White Fence

Wild Flag

Wild Nothing

Yeasayer

Comedy Lineup – Alphabetical:

BJ Novak

Brendon Walsh

Brent Weinbach

Dana Gould

David Cross

The Eric Andre Show

Jim Hamilton

Joe Sib

Jonah Ray

Kumail Nanjiani

Leo Allen

Maria Bamford

Matt Braughner

Matt Dwyer

Neil Hamburger

Pete Holmes

Rory Scovel

The Sklar Bros

Sean O’Connor

Location:

For the past 4 years, FYF Fest has taken place at the Los Angeles State Historic Park located at 1245 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA. Previous to this location the event was held across multiple venues in Echo Park.

Food:

FYF Fest hosts many different healthy food vendors specializing in Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Organic and Local Foods.

Thank you:

FYF Fest has been made possible by it’s generous support from it’s partners and sponsors. A huge thank you goes out to Chilli Beans, Adult Swim, The Hundreds, Incase, Seagate, Adult Swim, Sailor Jerry’s and Goldenvoice.