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LA Times Festival of Books Schedule

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The panel schedules are now up for the LA Times Festival of Books. What does this mean? It means you have 25 days to figure out which writers, speakers, bloggers, agents and personalities you would like to see before the free tickets become available at noon on Sunday, April 22nd at all Ticketmaster locations.

Then, on April 22nd, you must sprint to the nearest ticket provider and snap up the tickets for the panels you've got your eyes on. Yes, the tickets are free...and that means they go quickly. Too quickly. So do your homework now, be ready, then pounce. It's the only way.

If you don't get tickets to your panel of choice - you can rest assured that LAist will have you covered. We'll be liveblogging from the event and will report all the big - and not so big - happenings so you won't miss a thing.

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What: LA Times Festival of Books
When: Saturday, April 28th & Sunday, April 29th
Where: UCLA - Event Map
Tickets: Available April 22 at all SoCal Ticketmaster locations