FYF Fest - NewsThe latest news from FYF Festhttp://fyffest.com/newsFYF BOOK CLUB powered by STORIES BOOKS<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/04/01/images/assets/medium.3XQEStbNgAdDiPyqtAhkHryIEPR48lfOjr_YlnPTEXs.png" /><br /><p>Here is a list of titles chosen by artists for the the FYF Book Club, powered by Stories Books</p> <p><strong>BORIS</strong></p> <p>Takeshi:</p> <p>Charles Bukowski Tales of Ordinary Madness</p> <p>Rachel Louise Carson Silent Spring</p> <p>James Graham Ballard The Crystal World</p> <p><strong>TWIN PEAKS</strong></p> <p>Ask The Dust; John Fante</p> <p>Sun Also Rises; Ernest Hemmingway</p> <p>The Tao of Wu; RZA</p> <p><strong>INTERPOL</strong></p> <p>1. Sam Fogarino: Geek Love - Katherine Dunn</p> <p>About a carny family of freaks; true freaks, far deeper than odd appearances.</p> <p>Told by a voice and imagination that is dark, brilliant, and beyond original.</p> <p>2. The Demon - Hubert Selby Jr.</p> <p>A story about a man, Harry White, in pursuit of more than what life has offered. Influenced by lust, and getting away with what is socially taboo... Shit spins way out of control.....</p> <p>3. Chronic City - Jonathan Lethem</p> <p>"The turbocharged plot of Chronic City is too intricate and seamless, and also too odd, to summarize easily. It involves migraines and hiccups and a luxury residence for dogs, and Perkuss quest for unattainable vaselike objects, called chaldrons, that hold an almost mystical appeal. Stripped to essentials, though, the story centers on the friendship between Chase and Perkus, and on their travels through Manhattans social strata: a party at the billionaire mayors mansion, a film project at a highbrow production company, all those hours at Jackson Hole." - New York Times</p> <p><strong>DARKSIDE</strong></p> <p>1. The Blind Owl" - Sadegh Hedayat</p> <p>2. Visions of Excess" - Georges Bataille</p> <p>3. The Old Man and The Sea</p> <p><strong>BALANCE & COMPOSURE</strong></p> <p>Bailey Van Ellis</p> <p>David Foster Wallace - Girl With Curious Hair</p> <p>Milan Kundera - The Unbearable Lightness of Being</p> <p>Arthur C. Clarke - 2001: A Space Odyssey</p> <p><strong>THE BLOOD BROTHERS</strong></p> <p>Jordan</p> <p>1. The Complete Stories, Flannery OConnor</p> <p>My all-time favorite author. I recommend starting with "A Good Man is Hard to Find." Itll give you a great primer on the major themes that unify her work: faith, false piety and violence as the necessary means of transformation.</p> <p>2. The Painted Bird, Jerzy Kosinski</p> <p>Its a little hard to recommend because its so brutal, but The Painted Bird was hugely influential on me. Following a young boy as he travels the eastern European countryside, its a Holocaust story that plays out like a surreal, nightmarish fable. Some of the most hauntingly intense imagery Ive ever read.</p> <p>3. Tenth of December, George Saunders</p> <p>This is the last book I read that completely floored me. I love short stories, and Saunders collection is fresh, highly imaginative and moving.</p> <p>Jacco Gardner</p> <p>1. Lo Cunto De Li Cunti by Giambattista Basile - 17th century collection of Italian fairytales. Some of these were turned into child-friendly versions and made famous by Disney, but many of them were too horrific for modern-day children.</p> <p>2. White Bicycles by Joe Boyd - A great memoir of Joe Boyds experiences in the music industry as tour manager, producer throughout the 1960s and 70s. He was there at very important moments surrounding artists like Muddy Waters, Nick Drake, Syd Barrett/Pink Floyd, Vashti Bunyan, Incredible String Band and more.</p> <p>3. Kruistoch In Spijkerbroek (Crusade in Jeans) by Thea Beckman - Dutch childrens novel from 1973 about a 14-year old kid who travels through time to the 13th century and ends up in the childrens crusade of 1212. His modern-day know-how saves many children from horrific deaths. This might very well have been an inspiration to Back To The Future!</p> <p><strong>RYAN HEMSWORTH</strong></p> <p>Atlanta: Hip-Hop and the South by Michael Schmelling, Kelefa Sanneh & Will Welch</p> <p>This perspective on Atlanta and its amazing music is so rare; accurately covers both the underdogs and the big dogs.</p> <p>The Elements of Style Illustrated by Maira Kalman</p> <p>I had to use the Elements of Style guides in university, finding Kalmans take on it was so refreshing. She turned something so painfully boring into a hilarious, fun experience. Super creative.</p> <p>Outlet by Randy Taguchi</p> <p>Really strange book incorporating elements of technology, sex, surrealism, and Japan. It filled me with lots of crazy, stupid, inspired ideas.</p> <p><strong>LA DISPUTE</strong></p> <p>Bradley Vander Lugt</p> <p>The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami</p> <p>The Road by Cormac McCarthy</p> <p>Silence by John Cage</p> <p><strong>CHET FAKER</strong></p> <p>1. Robert M Pirsig - Zen & The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance </p> <p>(This books like a good Album. I keep re-reading it at different times of my life and find some newfound relevance)</p> <p>2. A.B.Facey - A Fortunate Life (if youre looking for a little gratitude..)</p> <p>3. Kenneth Cook - Wake In Fright</p> <p><strong>FLYING LOTUS</strong></p> <p>1.astral dynamics /robert bruce</p> <p>2.miles / miles davis</p> <p>3. survivor / chuck palahniuk</p> <p><strong>BENJAMIN BOOKER</strong></p> <p>1. The Fire Next Time By James Baldwin</p> <p>Mr. Baldwin is my favorite author and a personal hero of mine. The book discusses his youth in Harlem and race in America. In typical JB fashion, he didn sugarcoat anything.</p> <p>2. Cliffords Blues By John A. William.</p> <p>A book about a black, gay, jazz musician who spends over a decade in work camps and concentration camps. Its safe to say this is unlike anything youll ever read.</p> <p>3. Just Kids By Patti Smith</p> <p>This is the perfect book for any struggling artist trying to make it. A love story so beautiful I dare you not to get worked up reading it.</p> <p><strong>JAMIE XX</strong></p> <p>The Uncorrected Billy Chyldish - Selected Poems</p> <p>Charles Bukowski - Tales of Ordinary Madness</p> <p>Gil Scott Heron - The Last Holiday</p> <p><strong>DANIEL AVERY</strong></p> <p>Haruki Murakami - South Of The Border, West Of The Sun</p> <p>Jonathan Franzen - Freedom</p> <p>Arthur Miller - Death Of A Salesman</p> <p><strong>SLINT</strong></p> <p>Britt Walford:</p> <p>1. The Dimensions of Paradise: Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the Heavenly Order on Earth by John Michell</p> <p>-This will blow your mind.</p> <p>2. Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan</p> <p>Talks about the historical Jesus, who I was recently surprised to find out is now recognized as such by scholars. I cant help but enjoy Jesus being described as a "magician." Makes Jesus and Paul the Apostle seem simultaneously both more and less impressive.</p> <p>3. The Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom Of Ancient Egypt by John Anthony West</p> <p>-This will blow your mind as well.</p> <p>David Pajo:</p> <p>1. 2014 Harley-Davidson Service Manual - Dyna Models - 99481-14A</p> <p>- This one is my bible.</p> <p>2. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Persig</p> <p>I read this in high school and liked it. Im re-reading it now as the motorcycle stuff resonates more. But the other stuff I used to love doesnt seem to hold up as much.</p> <p><strong>THE BRONX</strong></p> <p>Jorma:</p> <p>1. David Sedaris - "Me Talk Pretty One Day". If youve never read one of his books this is a good place to start. Absolutely hilarious.</p> <p>2. Nick Cave - "The Death Of Bunny Monro". The imagery he paints into his fiction is as powerful as the imagery in his music.</p> <p>3. Luigi Seraphini - Codex Seraphinianus</p> <p>This book was written in indecipherable gibberish that the author claims was communicated to him through telepathic conversations with his cat - so you know its gotta be good.</p> <p>Nick:</p> <p>1. Just kids" by Patti Smith</p> <p>The inspiring and heartbreaking story of Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe provides a poetic and grimy look into New Yorks historical music and art scene of the late 60s and 70s. This is a beautiful book and a must read for anybody that still has a pulse.</p> <p><strong>RUN THE JEWELS</strong></p> <p>EL-P</p> <p>Philip k dick "clans of the alphane moon"</p> <p>William t. vollman "you bright and risen angels"</p> <p>Flanders OConnor "everything that rises must converge"</p> <p><strong>DJ HARVEY</strong></p> <p>1. War Against War</p> <p>Ernst Friedrich</p> <p>1924 WW1 Anti war attrocity photographs with satirical comments, heads on sticks, lakes of blood. Some things never change.</p> <p>2. Barrows Boys</p> <p>Fergus Flemming</p> <p>A stirring story of daring fortitude and outright lunacy from 1998.</p> <p>3. Child Of God</p> <p>Cormac Mccarthy</p> <p>Guy has dead girlfriend and hours of fun, with dead girlfriend.</p> <p>4. Pete Gomrich</p> <p>Little History Of The World</p> <p>Childrens book for grown ups, tells the story of the rise and fall of Empires</p> <p>5. Gods Middle Finger</p> <p>Richard Grant</p> <p>And Englishmans exploration of the Sierra Madre</p> <p>6. The Heart Of The Sea</p> <p>Nathaniel Phillbrick</p> <p>The story of the waling ship Essex and was the inspiration for the story of Moby Dick</p> <p><strong>PHOENIX</strong></p> <p>1. Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges: Theres more to life than Jorge Luis Borges books but not much more!</p> <p>2. Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World by Rene Girard: The most powerful grand theory of the 20th century</p> <p>3. The Secret Life of Salvador Dali by Salvador Dali: It starts like this At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing ever since.</p> <p><strong>JOYCE MANOR</strong></p> <p>Barry-</p> <p>King dork by frank Portman</p> <p>Cannery row by John steinbeck</p> <p>If I did it how I did it by the Goldman Family</p> <div></div> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:08:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/223493VIP ENTRANCE TO FYF <br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/06/04/images/assets/medium.G3rSttzu29A9AsNwTGVFr1LYNgEmM18JrRXFZOV1CCQ.jpg" /><br /><div>Greetings,</div> <div></div> <div>Just a quick note for VIP ticket holders entering FYF Fest this weekend-</div> <div></div> <div>Please be advised to head North on Bill Robertson and cut through Lot 2 to enter the festival. Note the signage for "VIP ENTRANCE" in order to get into the festival at ease.</div> <div></div> <div>If there are any issues please email us back at<a>info@fyffest.com</a>.</div> <div></div> <div>Thank you and enjoy yourself!</div> <div></div> <div>FYF</div> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Sun, 24 Aug 2014 12:51:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222893PARKING AT FYF FEST<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/06/12/images/assets/medium.wk52_uBUnokIfA-J6ppt_P59pDOQBqsu6JGuEKsI4fg.jpg" /><br /><p>The most convenient way to get in and out of FYF is taking the Metro towards the Expo-Vermont Station. However if you plan on driving in there are parking lots expecting your arrival. Each lot is staffed with attendants or machines for payment. From your parking location be sure to walk West on Exposition BLVD and South on Vermont Ave to get to the FYF entrance.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Fri, 22 Aug 2014 17:00:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222843FOOD VENDORS ANNOUNCED!<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/04/09/images/assets/medium.SVBxt-iUzYkyVOoUr5CXCKnUAncR82A49r9mKX86v7c.jpg" /><br /><p>We are very excited to announce this years food vendors for FYF Fest including Bon Puf,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/deanosdeli" target="_blank">Deanos Deli</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/DelmyPupusas" target="_blank">Delmypupusas</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/DogtownDog" target="_blank">Dogtown dogs</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/donutfriend" target="_blank">Donut Friend</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/grilledcheesetruck" target="_blank">The Grilled Cheese Truck</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/JuiceServedHere" target="_blank">Juice Served Here</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/KitchenMouseLA" target="_blank">Kitchen Mouse Cafe & Catering</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/MandolineGrill" target="_blank">Mandoline Grill</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pureluckpopup" target="_blank">Pure Luck Pop Up</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/sagevegan" target="_blank">Sage Organic Vegan Bistro</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/SouthernFriedVegan" target="_blank">Southern Fried Vegan</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Spicy-Pie/110853795686515" target="_blank">Spicy Pie</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stumptown-Coffee/207251082777520" target="_blank">Stumptown Coffee</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/tonysdartsaway" target="_blank">Tonys Darts Away</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/XoiaVietnameseEats" target="_blank">Xoia Eats</a>,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yalla-Food-Truck/299891853467069" target="_blank">Yalla Food Truck</a>and many more. A full list can be found under "Food Vendors" on this site.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Wed, 20 Aug 2014 10:56:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222393ORIGAMI ARTIST SIGNING SCHEDULE<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/10/03/images/assets/medium.MBGb8vHvuEVEhcgr_orcQI8z-J1exsFbPgW4ET4Hjes.jpeg" /><br /><p>We are excited to announce that Origami Vinyl will have signings with Avey Tare, Tycho, Tenacious D, Slint, Mac DeMarco, Joyce Manor, Ty Segall and many more. All details in the image.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Tue, 19 Aug 2014 14:44:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222293SET TIMES REVEALED!<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/12/03/images/assets/medium.GwdzIHUfbpeBvN4piR9aFRptml4ql_saPlAa5XzqpGI.png" /><br /><p>Set times now available! Download the <a href="http://www.oneevent-oneapp.com/fyffest-2014/">FYF app</a> to build your schedule!</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Mon, 18 Aug 2014 18:21:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222153DOWNLOAD THE FYF FEST APP <br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/08/07/images/assets/medium.pyekQSlsdt2GMKltacGzNykCGZVuzGIfWpTPHFtlPEs.jpeg" /><br /><div>Download the Official FYF Fest 2014 App! Your personal guide to all the festival shows and activities. Organize your weekend at FYF fest, the two-day festival taking place at the LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park,August 23rd & 24th. Stay in touch with festival notification, create your own schedule, discover new artists performing over the weekend, navigate your way around the festival and more. SearchFYF Fest 2014 in your app store to download.</div> <div></div> <div> <div>iPhone:<a href="https://itunes.apple.com/app/id907612204" target="_blank">https://itunes.apple.<wbr />com/app/id907612204</a></div> <div>Android:<a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.greencopper.android.fyffest" target="_blank">https://play.google.<wbr />com/store/apps/details?id=com.<wbr />greencopper.android.fyffest</a></div> <div></div> </div> <p></p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Mon, 18 Aug 2014 17:00:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/222063A WEEK AWAY!<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/11/07/images/assets/medium.OjF3BDBBs968tRk4JrUvAc5nYQ3K-Zff4ck0TZGlyOc.png" /><br /><div>Hello Hello,</div> <div></div> <div>As we are just 8 days from FYF, we wanted to pass along a few helpful tips pertaining to your wristbands.</div> <div></div> <div>1. If you have purchased your wristband online and have not received it yet, please call FrontGate directly to sort the status of your delivery - 888-512-SHOW. If you purchased in-store at a record store, your wristband is now available for pick up.</div> <div></div> <div>2. Although we do not recommend using Stubhub or Craigslist, please be weary of the wristband that you are purchasing from a third-party. We recommend only purchasing from people you trust - friends & family. There are no paper tickets or E-tickets available for FYF this year.</div> <div></div> <div>3. Please DO NOT not put on your wristband until the festival. It will not come off. If you have already put it on, you can take it to the box office the day of the show with your ID (hopefully you were the purchaser of your wristband) and replace it for $20.</div> <div></div> <div>4. We advise that all festival attendees activate their wristband(s) here:<a href="http://bit.ly/FYFactivate" target="_blank">http://bit.ly/FYFactivate</a>. It is not required for entry, but is recommended that you do so in advance (in case anything happens to it).</div> <div></div> <div>5. We will be releasing the set times and FYF app early next week. Check our social media and<a href="http://fyffest.com/" target="_blank">fyffest.com</a>for more details.</div> <div></div> <div>If there are any additional questions, feel free to email us at<a href="mailto:info@fyffest.com" target="_blank">info@fyffest.com</a>.</div> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Sat, 16 Aug 2014 06:10:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/221913EXTENDED METRO RAIL HOURS<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/03/10/images/assets/medium.xZfcyCPgyGiy00LvJ4AunyF4sKiXhITKNXPpVjM6v5c.jpg" /><br /><p>Beat the traffic and Go Metro: Attendees are strongly encouraged to ride Expo Line trains, as Metro will run enhanced service on both days. Be sure to exit at EXPO/VERMONT for the closest station to the entrance. Trains take just 15 minutes to get here from Culver City or Downtown LA, where you can transfer to other Metro Rail lines. Skip post-FYF lines at the fare machines by loading round trip fare or a Day Pass in advance and remember to TAP your card on validators before each boarding, even when transferring to other lines. Each person must have a TAP card as they cannot be shared. Free parking is available at many stations but parking at Culver City and La Cienega/Jefferson fills up early. Plan ahead at<a href="http://metro.net" target="_blank">metro.net</a>or use Google Transit.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Wed, 13 Aug 2014 16:42:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/221713ON-SITE LOCKERS<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/00/04/images/assets/medium.2mibWlfVZCTKxV-n7yiO-B5EpxeEgHtZA7F8w-L8Ths.jpg" /><br /><p>On-site lockers are now available to reserve in advance for FYF Fest.<br /> Dont wait and ensure yourself a place to keep your valuables in <a href="http://lock2rock.com/">HERE</a>.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Tue, 05 Aug 2014 12:57:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/220673BIKE PARKING<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/12/11/images/assets/medium.MUSYFjbjSJIQkpf6JYZyZ3hoz4N7vuSqFTunkN1TYt0.jpg" /><br /><p>Ride your bike to FYF Fest! There will be secure bike parking located<br /> next to the box office.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Tue, 05 Aug 2014 12:55:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/220663 Info about This Year’s Wristbands & Beware of Fakes<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/00/06/images/assets/medium.s6RYvms9yuPdvdB-nB7i08S046TxHNtwCCvTW2TUH3E.jpg" /><br /><p>This year weve introduced a new high security wristband. Your wristband contains a number of advanced state of the art security features and EVERY WRISTBAND WILL BE SCANNED upon entry to the festival grounds.</p> <p> Wristbands are required at all times on festival grounds, you will be subject to ejection with no refund if you take off or tamper with your wristband for any reason. If you have an issue with your wristband please immediately report to security or customer service.</p> <p> All Wristbands will be checked for proper application by staff.</p> <p> A person in possession of a wristband which been tampered with or altered in anyway is subject to ejection from the festival grounds without refund.</p> <p> Do not subject your sensitive RFID wristband to the following: fire, cutting, excessive twisting, pulling, stretching or customization.</p> <p><strong>WARNING - FAKE TICKETS & WRISTBANDS:</strong></p> <p>There are no more passes available for FYF 2014. We HIGHLY DISCOURAGE buying wristbands and supposed "tickets" to this years festival from strangers. Hastily improvised fakes are on the market and we do not wish for you to be scammed. If you did not purchase directly from Front Gate, one of our authorized record store outlets listed on our website, or Goldenvoice, please be sure to purchase ONLY from trusted friends and family.</p> <p> PAPER TICKETS /E-TICKETS: There are NO paper tickets or e-tickets for FYF 2014, unconditionally. Any supposed paper tickets OR electronic tickets will not allow access to the festival.</p> <p> WRISTBANDS: No matter how good or authentic a wristband looks from a stranger, you are taking a risk in purchasing. Fake wristbands will not get you into the festival and do not contain the RFID technology encrypted in every officially produced wristband, which must be scanned upon entrance. DO NOT purchase any wristband, no matter how good it looks, which deviate from these security measures.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Wed, 25 Jun 2014 10:05:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/216323FYF PASSES SOLD OUT<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/09/06/images/assets/medium.u7rcXAMxBeHxDVvNXCHIP4nOI8qsOHjjza3TE5Crlvo.jpg" /><br /><p>FYF FEST 2014 IS SOLD OUT. THANK YOU.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Mon, 16 Jun 2014 18:00:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/214753PASSES & TRAVEL PACKAGES ON SALE NOW<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/02/13/images/assets/medium.M1aniRyeHs2NIEfSGG7yb07PFFGEgk6B5nf2-29cpXM.jpg" /><br /><p class="p1">Passes and travel packages are on sale nowat <a href="https://fyffest.frontgatetickets.com">Front Gate Tickets</a>. There are only a limited amount of Single Day Tickets available. Take advantage of the payment plan and secure your FYF Fest pass by putting 50% down. All wristbands will begin shipping in Late July. You will receive a tracking notification once your wristband has shipped. For more information regarding the on sale visit our <a href="http://fyffest.com/#tickets">Tickets section</a>.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Thu, 22 May 2014 12:04:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/211943NEW LOCATION AT LA SPORTS ARENA & EXPOSITION PARK.<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/01/14/images/assets/medium.TfQE4-2ZjX4DBUxZuQvxO-QDfkr7UiXWiVp9bAnXgZ8.png" /><br /><p>FYF Fest finds a new home at LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park in Downtown Los Angeles. Enjoy a both indoor and outdoor stages at this historic venue with extensive grassy lawns and plenty of shade trees to keep you cool. The new festival site also accomodates convenient access to the Metro Expo Line for a hassle free transportation experience.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Thu, 15 May 2014 18:58:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/211183LINEUP ANNOUNCED!<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/03/00/images/assets/medium.Q5j-vx38bMMP2nHpr6uB2HggR-awCgPmjhkVmqCzH2Y.png" /><br /><p>Take a look at the official 2014 FYF Fest poster designed by our pal Luke McGarry.</p> <p><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/site/2014/global/2014-poster.png" /></p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Thu, 15 May 2014 18:57:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/2111732013 FESTIVAL RECAP VIDEO<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/02/07/images/assets/medium.0d3DPVkdZZh6Qh2UqadFDf1eAvvdmTGTmEjZ3e9_Yes.jpg" /><br /><p>What does a FYF weekend look like? Watch our rad recap of our favorite weekend of the summer.View Here:</p> <p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" mozallowfullscreen="" src="//player.vimeo.com/video/77658396" webkitallowfullscreen="" width="500"></iframe></p> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/77658396">FYF Fest 2013</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user22062861">FYF FEST</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Thu, 15 May 2014 18:55:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/211163LET'S GET SOCIAL<br /><img src="http://groundctrl.s3.amazonaws.com/clients/fyf_fest/media/06/14/images/assets/medium.8ETjBonweA7lTR4Tawdr1WdmvlB90EsPWyMcVfTBzjw.png" /><br /><p>Be sure to follow us on <a href="http://fyffest.tumblr.com">Tumblr</a>, <a href="http://instagram.com/fyffest">Instagram</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/FYFFEST">Twitter</a> as we will be doing a number of giveaways for weekend passes throughout summer.</p> <p>From <a href="http://fyffest.com/">fyffest.com</a></p>Thu, 15 May 2014 18:48:00 -0700http://fyffest.com/news/211153