All My Friends Festival: Everything You Need To Know
It’s back, and we’re here for it! All My Friends Festival will be returning to Skylight Row in Downtown Los Angeles this Saturday and Sunday, bringing attendees a diverse lineup of special guests and rare performances. Kicking off in the heart of the 310, this year’s AMF Fest aims to bring a substantial follow-up to last year’s debut in August 2018.
They don’t call Los Angeles ‘the melting pot’ for nothing. AMF Fest attendees will come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and flavors. We will have:
– The USC Frat bro in a Hawaiian shirt and bandana, fresh off that Four Loko Gold…
– The barefoot, 1 man wolf pack…
– The social media influencers who show up, entertain bottle service for an hour, then head to Warwick on Sunset Ave…
– The troopers who spend their future daughter’s entire college tuition on festivals, only to end up at a warehouse party until 5 am the next day.
There’s one thing all of these crazy souls have in common — a deep love for the talented artists that make up AMF Fest’s 2019 showcase. You can get a glimpse of what to expect from this year’s incredible lineup by checking out the K’s Curated playlist below:
All My Friends is the newest creative offspring of Gary Richards, more widely recognized as on-stage persona ‘Destructo’, as he aims to create a new festival experience for hip-hop and electronic music lovers in Southern California. Richards is working in collaboration with Livestyle, Inc. on this new endeavor now that he has retired from his role as CEO of HARD Events. With flashy ad campaigns and the inclusion of talent in social media promotions, it’s clear that Richards is bringing his same colorful tenacity that he once brought to HARD. All of the buzz around All My Friends should come as no surprise, as live music fans in and around Los Angeles get to look forward to a fresh and lively experience matched with the incomparable setting DTLA has to offer.
Touting a talented lineup including Diplo, Blond:ish, Idris Elba, Kaz James, Destructo (of course), and many more, AMF Fest is well-equipped to give LA residents more than their money’s worth. The festival rallied more than 20,000 guests to Skylight Row in 2018, and shows no signs of delivering anything less this year. If you want to see what all the hype is about, buy your tickets here!