Clapton Went Down to the Crossroads: Two nights at the Crypto Arena sees former Cream man Clapton performing with some of music’s best and brightest. Clapton performs both nights, and he’ll be joined by the likes of H.E.R., Sheryl Crow, Samantha Fish, Buddy Guy, Los Lobos, Albert Lee, Roget McGuinn, Robbie Robertson, Stephen Stills, and ZZ Top. Nice!
“Eric Clapton’s 2023 Crossroads Guitar Festival will take place September 23-24 at Crypto.com Arena on the L.A. LIVE campus in downtown Los Angeles,” reads the press release. “It will be his sixth such festival and is being held in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the 1998 founding of the CrossroadsCentre Antigua. In addition to the main stage concerts each evening, ticket holders will once again enjoy exclusive daily access to a full outdoor Crossroads Guitar Festival experience featuring some of the best guitarists in the world from across multiple musical genres. This year’s Crossroads Festival Guitar Center Village will be reminiscent of prior festival experiences revered by veteran Crossroads attendees in Dallas, Chicago, and New York, but bigger and better.”
“The gates to the Crossroads Guitar Center Village will open at 9:00 a.m. on both days, with live music from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. when arena doors open. FestivalVillage admission will be strictly limited to Crossroads Guitar Festival concert ticket holders on the date of their ticket. Admission will be on a first-come, first-serve basis and is not guaranteed based on Village capacity. Ticket holders will be scanned at entrances on both ends of Chick Hearn Court, at Georgia Street (west side) and Figueroa Street (east side). Please see the Crypto.com Arena A to Z Guide for important information prior to entering the Festival site, including a listing of prohibited Items: https://www.cryptoarena.com/
Clapton Went Down to the Crossroads: The event takes place at 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24 at the Crypto Arena.
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