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Tiesto and Skrillex will headline I Love This City Festival
Written by Anabell Lexington   
Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:34
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I Love This City Festival, the first of hopefully many, will hit San Diego on Sunday May 27th at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheater. The event will be headlined by SKRILLEX and will feature a lineup of other top performers in the electronic music industry. This event will be 16 and over

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Also set to appear are A-Trak, The Crystal Method (DJ set), Dirtyloud, 12th Planet, The Twelves, Cookie Monsta, Brodinski, Nadia Ali, Lucky Date, MiMOSA, JDevil (Jonathan Davis of Korn), SOFI, Jaguar Skills, AC Slater, TJR, Flinch, The M Machine, No Body and Deth Hertz on multiple stages.

Tickets for the San Diego show go on sale THIS FRIDAY at livenation.com

I Love This City Festival will also appear in San Francisco on May 24th and 25th with a completely different lineup. The San Francisco show will be held over two days and feature Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and many others.

We don’t believe this lineup is complete, so stay tuned for updates!

 

For more information and the complete lineup for both festivals www.ilovethiscityfestival.com.

 

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