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Weekend Festival Guide: Clone Yourself

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Autumn is upon us and here in LA we are harvesting art, music, and mayhem. For whatever reason, it seems that this is the busiest festival weekend of the year, with something for all ages, in all corners of LA, and all times of day and night. If ever there was a weekend to clone yourself and be everywhere at once, this would be it. Jump right in.

Swerve Festival: This looks to be an exciting new multiplatform festival for arts and culture-lovin' Angelenos: "Swerve Festival is a new annual festival dedicated to celebrating West Coast creative culture and its community inspired by art, film, music and action sports."

Friday through Sunday, main location: Barnsdall Art Park. Movies at Vista and more music at Echoplex. Maps and directions here.

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National Geographic's All Roads Film Festival: Several U.S. and World movie premieres. Live music from Balkan Beat Box (tonight 9:30).

Through Sunday, Egyptian Theater (map).

Nocturnal Festival: 13th annual downtown rave. Four venues, numerous acts/DJs include: Chemical Brothers, Paul van Dyk, Carl Cox, Uberzone, Hype, LTJ Bukem.

Saturday 9 p.m.-4 a.m. (Sunday), 836 Francisco (map), $60 (GA) / $150 VIP (more at the door) Afterparty 3-11 a.m..

Photo by Gary H. Spielvogel via flickr.