The Growlers Six 2017

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Oct 28 - Oct 29 2017

Los Angeles, California (LA Waterfront)

$79.50 (1-Day); 150.00 (2-Day)

SoCal garage rockers The Growlers are hosting a two-day festival at the LA Waterfront from October 28th-29th. The genre defying event will feature multiple stages throughout the weekend and various attractions.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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