FPAC 25: Samu't Sari

 
FPAC 25, the 25th Annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC), will take place Saturday, October 8 at the beautiful Echo Park Lake. Admission is FREE.

This year’s theme, “Samu’t Sari: Showcasing the Diverse Creative Tapestry of the FilAm Community,” lends its meaning to the Tagalog phrase samu’t sari, which loosely translates to “diversity.” While certainly a hot topic in today’s society, FilAm Arts focuses on the vast contributions of Filipino American artists to the creative tapestry of the City.

HEADLINERS INCLUDE:
apl.de.ap of the Blackeyed Peas
Stahyl of Jabbawockeez/My Digital Kids
Bambu
Jon-Jon Briones
Odessa Kane
Malaya Filam Dance Arts
Kayamanan ng Lahi
Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble
Digital Martyrs
Mama Bares
Adapon Sisters
Ranella Ferrer
Rocksteady Rondalla
Jhing Sillona
Matt Almodiel
Chris Alanis
Zigzag Theory Band
Asia Aragon

FPAC is a free event; no admission is needed for entry. FPAC is sponsored in part by the: National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council, California Council for Humanities, LA County Arts Commission, City of LA Department of Cultural Affairs, LA City Council District 13 CM Mitch O’Farrell, Toyota, McDonald’s, Western Union, AARP, LA-18, The Filipino Channel / ABS-CBN, Asian Journal (and others).

For more information, please visit www.filamarts.org or call 213-380-3722. For sponsorship and vendor opportunities, please email info@filamarts.org.

IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION:

1) Festival parking at Logan Elementary School (1711 Montana St.), 1 block north of Sunset Blvd. – 5 min walking distance

2) Metered city lots on Logan St. and Lemoyne St. – 2-3 min walking distance

3) Street parking along Glendale Blvd, Park Ave, and Echo Park Ave. – 3-5 min walking distance

4) Silverlake Medical Center (1711 W. Temple St.) – 0.6 mile/ 12 min walking distance

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