GO: isa festival los angeles 2011 | long beach | oct. 1

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International Secret Agents (ISA) [@isaconcerts] is proud to present their first outdoor music extravaganza ISA Festival Los Angeles 2011 in celebration of music, film and dance at Long Beach’s Harry Bridges Memorial Park (right next to Queen Mary) on Saturday, October 1st from 3pm – 9pm (gates open at 1pm).

The festival will feature performances by B.o.B., Far East Movement, Sean Kingston, Jay Park, Wong Fu Productions, Dumbfoundead and more.  What a great lineup!  In addition to performances, the festival will include food vendors, photo booths, artist merch and meet and greets.

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CHECK OUT THE ISA FESTIVAL LA TRAILER 2011

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Who:  International Secret Agents (ISA)
What:  Outdoor music festival
Where:  Harry Bridges Memorial Park | 1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802
When:  Saturday, October 1, 2011 | Gates open at 1pm | Show: 3pm – 9pm

LINE UP (in alpha order):  

AFTERSCHOOLSPECIAL
AJ RAFAEL
BLUSH
B.O.B
CLARA CHUNG
DAVID CHOI
DUMBFOUNDEAD
FAR EAST MOVEMENT
I.AM.ME CREW
JAY PARK
NEW HEIGHTS
SEAN KINGSTON
TIMOTHYDELAGHETTO
WONG FU PRODUCTIONS

HOSTS:

CATHY NGUYEN
KEVIN WU
RYAN HIGA

TICKET INFORMATION:

BACKSTAGE PASS $200 SOLD OUT
Includes: Early entrance into venue to watch sound check (food/drinks provided), special backstage meet & greet w/ opportunity to meet and take photos with artists, reserved standing section/tent, ISA t-shirt, concert poster, concert program.

VIP $100 Limited quantity left (purchase here)
Includes: Access to artist meet & greet tent  during the show (first come first serve, not guaranteed), separate VIP entry line, VIP standing section (first come first serve), ISA t-shirt, concert poster, and concert program.

GENERAL ADMISSION $50 (purchase here)
Good for one admission to the event.

To learn more about ISA, visit them here.  

ISA is a concert events company which aims to showcase  the brightest and most talented rising artists of this Internet Generation to a diverse, international audience.  What started out as a simple idea to empower and unite the Asian-American community has grown into a thriving and popular brand now recognized by thousands of young people of all different races and cultural backgrounds. Its founders, Wong Fu Productions and Far East Movement, are set upon making this grassroots movement not only an undeniable presence in the international entertainment landscape, but a movement dedicated to aiding various non-profits and the surrounding communities around it as well. 

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