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L.A. PRIDE Announces Kesha And Fifth Harmony As Headliners
L.A. PRIDE has announced a few headliners—including Kesha—and tickets for the event go on sale today. June 12-14 is Los Angeles' 45th Annual L.A. PRIDE. This year's three-day festival, produced by nonprofit Christopher Street West, will include headliners like the now dollar-sign-less Kesha, R&B singer Tamar Braxton (that's Toni Braxton's little sister), Mexican singer/songwriter Ana Barbara and super group Fifth Harmony.
Tickets are $25 for a single-day pass and and $40 for a weekend pass. VIP tickets are $65 and $100, respectively. Friday night's 'Lavender Menace' event and Sunday's parade, of course, are free. More info and tickets are available here.
Related: Photos: L.A.'s Colorful, Bawdy and Touching PRIDE Parade 2014
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