Got $10? Congrats. You can attend Brokechella, an affordable version of the popular music festival Coachella, in downtown Los Angeles. Just don't expect Outkast, Radiohead or Prince at this one.
The significantly lesser-known headliners at the April 19 concert party include blues-folk group Kera and the Lesbians, the electronic trio Greenhorse, disco-synth group Vibes, electronic folk duo yoYa and Echo Park garage pop band LA Font — hey, it's 10 bucks.
The event took place in a giant warehouse last year. But in its fourth year, it's outgrown that space and expanding to 590 Sante Fe Avenue, a venue that's also home to the Jubilee Music Fest.
"We’ve got 4 stages, a new World Initiative, and brand new comedy acts, alongside the usual ‘chella fare," Brokechella writes on its site. There will also be food, art installations, DJs, hip-hop and something called "Puppychella," according to LA Weekly.
You in? Purchase tickets here.
This story has been updated.