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Jubilee Music Festival won’t happen in 2014

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The Jubilee Music & Arts Festival, which stumbled last year as it tried to grow from its origins as the Silver Lake Jubilee into a major downtown event, will not happen this year, co-founder and producer Jack Martinez said. “As an industry leader in providing emerging music discovery for fans and critics alike the Jubilee […]

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The Drums, Black Lips to headline two-day Jubilee Music Festival in downtown L.A.; Free Energy joins lineup of local standouts for June 7-8 event

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In one of the more unusual stunts in the annals of festival promotion, the newly relocated and newly re-christened Jubilee Music & Arts Festival today leaked a flyer for its two-day event. Local blog The Scenestar published the big reveal, and you don’t need an advanced degree in the Daily Jumble to figure it out: […]

Gallery: Hounds of the Silver Lake Jubilee

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“The average dog is a nicer person than the average person,” the late Andy Rooney once said, and we were reminded of that quote at the Silver Lake Jubilee over the weekend because so many nice people brought their dogs to the neighborhood festival. Photographer Laurie Scavo turned her lens on the four-legged party animals. […]

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Mrs. Fish

Silver Lake Jubilee: A Sunday of saying yes to NO, dances with the Lonely Wild, summery vibes and the sweet union of Aloe Blacc and Maya Jupiter

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@Seraphina_L on Sunday’s Silver Lake Jubilee: The Silver Lake Jubilee continued on Sunday and pulled in even more attendees than it did on Saturday. The weather was warmer and the neighborhood embraced that as a chance to stroll the streets one more day since it was a long weekend. Higher ticket prices didn’t seem to […]

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Silver Lake Jubilee: A Saturday of stellar sets (and surprises) from Kinky, Autolux, La Santa Cecilia, Robert DeLong and the Record Company

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@KRBronson on Saturday at the Silverlake Jubilee: The Silver Lake Jubilee proved to be the Little Festival That Could this weekend – the 3-year-old event staged by the Los Angeles Arts & Athletics Alliance, which benefited a variety of charities, ramped up its musical offerings, ratcheted up its ticket prices and still managed to maintain […]

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