Echo Park Rising (slide show)

Check out our best shots from the Eastside's homegrown music fest.
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By Kate Wertheimer |
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Echo Park Rising, now in its third year, had visitors and Eastsiders alike cruising the neighborhood this weekend in search of live music, deals from local businesses and fun pop-ups including a free lemonade stand, bizarro marching band and even a manicure/haircut station. Venues such as Origami Vinyl and the Echo showcased some pretty heavy-hitting artists, and the two-day soirée proved to be a welcome warmup for next week's FYF fest.

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