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A guide to Air + Style

Find out what you need to know about this year's Air + Style festival, from who's performing to ticket info and more

Photograph: Foster Snell
Air + Style Los Angeles 2016

Air + Style is heading back to L.A. for yet another weekend of music and snow fun. The two-day snowboarding competition and music festival in Exposition Park will feature a 16-story snowboard ramp and stage for some epic live musical performances from today's hottest acts. Here's everything you need to know about this year's Air + Style festival. 

What is Air + Style?
Air+ Style is an all-ages, annual Big Air snowboarding competition and live music event, with some of the best snowboarders from all over the world coming to compete. Not into snowboarding? There will also be musical performances from an adjoining stage and various food vendors.

When is Air + Style?
This year's Air + Style takes place on February 18 and 19, 2017, at Exposition Park in Downtown Los Angeles; doors open at 2pm.

What musical acts will be there?
Day one will feature performances by Flume, Chromeo, Atmosphere, Vince Staples, Vic Mensa, St. Lucia, The Shelters, Phantoms and RKCB. On day two, performers include Major Lazer, ZHU, YG, TV on the Radio, Russ, Louis the Child, Marian Hill, XYLO, Powers and 070 Shake.

How much are tickets?
General admission two-day passes for Air + Style are $148.35. Single day passes ($86.49) and VIP passes ($241.13) are also available, and can be purchased here. Admission for children under six is free.

Where can I stay?
Air + Style is teaming up with the Line Hotel to offer festival-goers discounted rates on rooms. Reserve a room here

How do I get there?
Limited parking will be available at Expo Park for $20-$25, as well as street parking and private lots, which can be up to $80 for special events. We recommend taking Metro to the Expo Park/USC Station stop. 

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