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L.A. Pride 2016's Lineup Includes Carly Rae Jepsen, Charli XCX and Krewalla

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The lineup for this year's L.A. Pride is out, and it features some big names, including Carly Rae Jepsen, bounce queen Big Freedia, Charli XCX and Krewalla. It's almost time for L.A. Pride to once again take over West Hollywood. This year's fest takes place June 10—12 and in addition to the free, annual parade, there will also be a three-day music festival spread out over four stages, according to a release.

The entire lineup, in alphabetical order, includes: Bebe Rexha, Big Freedia, Brayton Bowman, Carly Rae Jepsen, Charli XCX, Conrad Sewell, Da Brat, Daphne Willis, Daya, Diana Reyes, Dondria Nicole, EC Twins, Faith Evans, Gallant, Gavin Turek, Gia, Hailee Steinfeld, Inaya Day, Krewella, Le1f, Lion Babe, Mariana Seoane, Maribel Guardia, Marilyn Odessa, Michael Blume, Michell’e, Milan Christopher, Oscar y Edgar Velasquez, Rilan, Robin S., Shamir, Siya, Timeflies, Trina and Tyran Brown.

A general admission three-day pass can be purchased for $55 before June 3 or $60 after, and VIP passes are $125 before June 3 or $150 after. Three-day passes are currently on sale here. You can get a single-day pass beginning June 3 for $30 until June 9, and $35 after. Single day tickets will also be available for $15 for kids under 12, seniors over 65, vets and active military personnel.

Now here's some Big Freedia.

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