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La Tocada Music Festival Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary In The Heart Of Los Angeles: Los Angeles State Historic Park

La Tocada Music Festival Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary In The Heart Of Los Angeles: Los Angeles State Historic Park




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LOS ANGELES (Top40 Charts) LA TOCADA MUSIC FESTIVAL celebrated its 5th anniversary featuring some of the biggest names in alternative and pop music, and finds a new home the Los Angeles State Historic Park last Saturday, August 4. The 2-stages music event produced by Live Nation and Frías Entertainment lineup included unforgettable performances by Café Tacvba, Panteón Rococó, Mon Laferte, Jesse & Joy, Molotov, Porter, Little Jesus, Caloncho and Camilo Séptimo.

With the Los Angeles skyline in the background, La Tocada Music Festival was an overwhelming success with thousands of fans in attendance. Despite the sunny California weather, the audience danced the night away, making new memories in this already traditional event from the moment Molotov opened the main stage. There were surprises throughout the day, such as powerful vocalist Mon Laferte joining Jesse & Joy to perform their hit "Ya No Quiero". The festival crowd was at its peak when Mexican iconic alternative rock headliners Café Tacvba and Panteón Rococó took the main stage, delivering powerful performances that thrilled the already energized public.

Meanwhile at the second stage, the up-and-coming artists indulged in theirown spectacular performances in front of a tent that was to its capacity and beyond its sidelines full of music enthusiasts enjoying live music moments such as the echoing of the unique voice of Porter's David Velasco. Chulita Vinyl Club and DJ Cristian also provided a varied style to the festival scene.

On top of all the musical richness that La Tocada Music Festival offered once again, the concert-goers also simultaneously participated in seeing the anticipated ring for lucha libre, the artwork from regional and local artists and the wide variety of specialty food that was especially chosen to showcase the festival's continuously driven authenticity. Delicious food options expanded the La Tocada experience with Macheen's Tacos, Tortas Ahogadas Guadalajara, Vchos Salvadoran food & Pupusas, Banh Mi savory baguettes, Phillyfornia, Mason's Den, Wingman, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream and many other choices.






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