OohLaLA Festival 2011

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Sep 29 - Oct 01 2011

Los Angeles, California (El Rey Theaer)

$30 (single show); $75 (3-Day)

The annual OohLaLA Festival is about to sashay its way back to Los Angeles for the third time, over three magnifiques nights. With two years of success under its belt, the spirited Festival will take place at the El Rey Theater starting September 29, ready to unveil the newest and finest in France’s musical talent.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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