This past weekend, FYF Fest 2014 once again took over downtown Los Angeles, bringing out an unparallelled lineup of artists to its new location at LA Sports Arena and Exposition Park. Over two days, 40,000 fans were treated to exhilarating sets from Interpol, HAIM, Slowdive, Flying Lotus, a newly reunited Blood Brothers, Darkside, Blood Orange, Julian Casablancas, Jamie xx, Grimes, Built to Spill, Earl Sweatshirt, Four Tet, Little Dragon, Mac DeMarco, Caribou, Future Islands, Slint, Todd Terje (Live), and many more.
Founded in 2003, FYF Fest began as a small, DIY festival at The Echo in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles and has since grown into one of the leading festival and concert promotions companies in Southern California. FYF hosts a diverse range of artists from varied genres, while promoting discovery and aiming to keep admission affordable. Since the festival’s beginnings, FYF Fest has hosted the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Death Grips, The Refused, M83, Descendents, Solange, Panda Bear, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Yo La Tengo, and many many more.