What could be better than a sunny Saturday in downtown Los Angeles? How about a sunny Saturday in downtown L.A. surrounded by the brightest minds and hippest tastemakers in media today? You’ll find all that and more at Outpost Los Angeles, a cultural festival that will be running from noon to midnight on June 1, and we are excited to be giving away five VIP badges for the event, which grant entry along with a special bag of goodies.
Taking place in the gorgeous Rolling Greens, located in L.A.’s Arts District, Outpost Los Angeles will sport a number of fascinating panels on varying topics, featuring luminaries from diverse fields and perspectives. Panel topics include the state of music in Los Angeles, effectively making an impact on society, and why experiences are better than things. The cavalcade of guests includes filmmakers, environmentalists, musicians (including Tom Krell of R&B act How to Dress Well), and ambassadors for a number of exciting companies.
Beyond the expert panels, Outpost will also offer attendees a variety of workshops and experiences, including the art of mezcal, the principles of making kombucha, a gourmet s’mores workshop, wine-centric happy hour, van life experience, and even instruction on how to make pipes out of everyday, non-pipe objects.
If a bellyful of s’mores and wine leaves you unwilling or able to sit down for another panel, Outpost will also feature some exciting musical performances to get your toes tapping. Musical guests include synth-pop act Porches, the eerie electronic vibes of Negative Gemini, the enigmatic ambient music of Ana Roxanne, and for those looking to tear up the dancefloor, a DJ set by Neon Indian.
Suffice it to say, Outpost Los Angeles will be a day to remember, full of creative people and unique experiences in a lush environment. It will also be Outpost’s largest event yet, so don’t miss it!
You can enter to win a VIP badge by dropping your info into the box below. Note that winner will pick up their badges at the event, and travel and lodgings are not included in this giveaway, so if you don’t live in the L.A. area, you will need to arrange those on your own.
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