This January, Los Angeles womens collective Girl School LA launched their inaugural three-day music festival featuring all female-fronted acts at the Bootleg and it was a massive hit. They’ll be returning next month for another three-day fest and we’ve got all the details.
Headlined by Chelsea Wolfe, the festival will take place from January 27 to 29. It will also feature panel discussions and talks to go along with the slate of music. Standout performers include Deap Vally, The Bird and the Bee, as well as rising favorite of ours Luna Shadows. Panels will be led by Ruidosa, Soundgirls.org, Music for Pictures (Alicen Schneider, NBCUniversal), Madame Gandhi, Women in Media (Andrea Domanick, Noisey), Dannielle Owens-Reid, Radical Aliveness (Jennifer Huang), Ableton Controllerism (Laura Escude), and Rock N Roll Camp for Girls LA.
In January, Girl School added The Regrettes, Boyfriend, Summer Twins, and Linafornia (DJ set) to the bill.
Check out friend of the site Samantha Cowan’s write-up of last year’s festival from Takepart.com here. Definitely worth your time.
Weekend passes will cost $45.00 at the early-bird price (on sale now) with proceeds benefitting the Rock N Roll Camp for Girls LA.
Last year’s festival featured awesome sets from Dead Sara, Veruca Salt, Kim and the Created, Riothorse Royale, Kitten, Gothic Tropic, and Allison Weiss, among others. See the full lineup for next year’s fest below.