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LA Weekly Presents LA 101: Airborne Toxic Event to Headline

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Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 7:15 AM
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It's that time of year again.

The headliner for this year's LA Weekly Presents LA 101 is Los Angeles' own Airborne Toxic Event.

Held at Gibson Amphitheatre on October 23, 2011, the all-ages festival features music, art, vendors and food trucks. Supporting musical acts will be announced August 1st.

Known for rock music brushed with sweeping orchestral arrangements, Airborne Toxic Event followed up its 2008 self-titled debut this past spring with All at Once.

Password for the presale and more ticket information after the break.

Ticket presale: August 3rd

Tickets: $22.50 - $39.50

Password: Changing

All Ages

Festival grounds open at 3PM for more live music, art, vendors, and food trucks

Show at 7:15PM

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