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H2O Festival Hits L.A. With Snoop Dogg, John Legend & Loads of Local Acts

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Late summer is shaping up to be a busy time for Los Angeles music fans. As if Labor Day's stacked FYF Fest weren't enough, Angelenos can head to Los Angeles State Historic Park the weekend before for the H2O Music Festival.

The festival, billed as a "celebration of the Hispanic 2.0 movement," is spearheaded by Univision Radio, a giant in Hispanic media. H2O's lineup is an eclectic mix of Top 40 hitmakers and high-profile Latin artists. Receiving top billing: R&B crooner John Legend, fusion rock band Ozomatli, Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, and the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg.

In addition to music, the festival features a "vendor village," family and gaming areas, and plentiful food and drink. Gates open at 3pm on August 25, and over six hours of music are promised. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster or at Walmart and La Curacao outlets. General admission tickets cost $25 and VIP passes will run you $130.

Here's a full list of H2O artists:
Sol Anderson
Paty Cantu
DJ Creme
DJ Cristian
Alex Cuba
Leslie Grace
Gym Class Heroes
Matt Hunter
John Legend
Paulina Rubio
Santa Mamba
Snoop Dogg
Romeo Testa
Wisin & Yandel