On Saturday and Sunday, September 8th and 9th 2012 the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (Or FPAC as some people know it) returns for the 21st year in a row! This wonderful festival is to celebrate arts of the Philippines and beyond and includes exhibits, literary readings, performances, film screenings, great food, and much more! This festivals is the longest-running Filipino community tradition in the Los Angeles area and is one for sure NO ONE will want to miss!
FPAC was first established in 1992 a week after the L.A riots had plauged the city of Los Angeles. Even after all of the hardships that came with the L.A riots, over 3,000 brave people attended the first annual FPAC held at the City College on Mother’s Day, May 14, 1992. Now, 21 years later the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture presents over 1200 artists in 9 disciplines and attracting over 25,000 audience members from all over the country.
Come and be apart of this long history of celebrating art of the Philippines and much more!
Tickets for admission are 9$ and can be purchased at the door. Children under the age of 5 are free!
ACTS AND PERFORMANCES BY:
323 Area Kids ft. 3-Tiny-3 & Neon
Ang Groupong Pendong
D&G Accordian Ensemble
Deland and the Fuss
DJ Ingwell / Jerome presented by BakitWhy.com
Emanon Dance Crew
Honor Flow Productions
IMB Martial Arts Academy
Institute of Native Arts/ BIBAK Dance Ensemble
Jazz Hour presented by: JazzPhil-USA
Kayamanan Ng Lahi Philippine Folk Arts
Malaya Filipino Dance Arts
Melia and Kiana Mariano
Mini Shock Los Angeles
Paamano Performing Arts
Rondalla Club of Los Angeles
Room to Improv Comedy
Sampaguita Youth Dance Troupe
SCPASA presents: Tinkling Battle
South Bay Filipino Martial Arts Club
TEESA presented by Bakitwhy.com
**Lineup & Schedule subject to change
***Headliners not included.