Featuring indoor and outdoor performances, food trucks, street dancing and art installations, Supersonico is a multi-cultural festival with several stages of music.

Supersonico 2014: A Cultural Happening

Oct 11 2014

Featuring a dynamic array of performers and activities throughout the day, Supersonico: A Cultural Happening is a new festival that takes place at the legendary Shrine theatre in downtown LA. Showcasing the city's diverse cultural landscape, this all-ages event will feature indoor and outdoor performances, food trucks, large-scale art displays and street dancing. Headliners include Café Tacvba, Calle 13, Bostich + Fussible, Ana Tijoux, Deorro, Lizzo and Bomba Estereo.


Supersonico: A Cultural Happening is a colorful celebration of pan-Latin culture and the hottest sounds from around the globe. This new festival promises a huge variety of music genres, including rock, pop, alternative, rap, hip hop, EDM, world fusion, R&B and Latin sounds. Taking place at the historic Shrine Expo, Supersonico will feature several indoor and outdoor stages of music, and a decidedly LA vibe. You'll also find some of the city's favorite food trucks, art installations, street dancing and special activities throughout the day. Listen to an international roster of artists at this multi-lingual festival, which offers a unique collection of performers to liven up the crowd. Headlining the festival is Café Tacvba from Mexico City, a dance-friendly band from the 90s that plays a flavorful mix of alternative, Latin rock and hip hop. Calle 13 is a Puerto Rican group known for conscious hip hop, rap rock and alternative reggaeton. You'll also hear Nordic Collective presents: Bostich + Fussible, aka Ramon Amor Amezvua Sanchez and Pepe Mogt. Don't miss Los Macuanos, whose fresh sound and rave-y style will make the entire dance floor go wild. There will be numerous DJs performing throughout the day, and the festival's lineup also includes Ana Tijoux, Deorro, Lizzo, Bomba Estereo, Maria y Jose, La Vida Boheme, AJ Davila, La Santa Cecilia, Los Rakas, Los Master Plus and Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra. Tickets to this all-ages festival cost $46 plus fees.


Built in 1926, the Shrine is one of Los Angeles' most legendary music venues – and one of the largest theatres in Southern California. The Shrine has hosted Frank Sinatra and Jimi Hendrix, along with the Grammys, the Emmys, and the Academy Awards.

Don't want to pay the hefty fee of $17.40 that Ticketmaster tacks on to every Supersonico ticket that it sells? Instead, visit the Shrine Expo's box office, which is located on Royal Street between 32nd and Jefferson. The box office is open from 12PM to 5


Shrine Auditorium

Address: 665 W Jefferson Blvd
City: Los Angeles