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FYF Set Times Revealed! Who Should You See?

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We got FYF Fest Set Times here! Time to hunker down and figure out who you're seeing, what conflicts will eat away at you all week and what new acts to explore along the path. This lineup is stacked with every kind of music taste you can fathom so the conflicts definitely have a widened difference in style and they staggered the times a bit so you can catch a song or three from a lot of acts. It's festival tapas time! So who will you see?

FYF 2015 Sunday Set Times

FYF 2015 Saturday Set Times

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FYF Fest kicks off its 12th year this Saturday at L.A. Memorial Sports Arena & Exposition Park, and they are excited to share all artist set times now. While Deerhunter are unfortunately no longer able to play this year's festival, we are excited to have our friends !!! (Chk Chk Chk) back to the fest to dance with us on Saturday night. General admission two-day festival passes are still available for $175 as are VIP passes for $329, with all ticketing info and FAQs available on

The festival is working closely with Metro Los Angeles to ensure safe and timely travel, with a rush hour schedule of trains every six minutes leading up to the gates opening at 2pm. Last trains both nights depart at 1:30am for all lines or 2:10am for the Expo Line only (no transfers.) More info here.

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