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Odd Future Set Second Annual Carnival in Los Angeles

Frank Ocean and Tyler, the Creator will headline November event

Frank Ocean; Tyler, the Creator.
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August 9, 2013 5:00 PM ET

The Odd Future crew has organized their second annual OFWGKTA Carnival, which is set for November 9th at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. According to a press release, this year's headliners will be rapper Tyler, the Creator and R&B sensation Frank Ocean (both members of the Odd Future collective). In addition to two live performance stages (the "Camp" stage and the "High" stage), the event will feature a skate park, rides, games and food trucks.

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For $50, budget-conscious fans can purchase Early Bird general admission tickets, which include admission and unlimited carnival rides; these are on sale from now until August 11th or until sold out, after which time the general admission price will jump to $65. There's also a $199 deluxe Flog Gnaw package, which includes "early admission to the carnival with unlimited rides, a carnival-themed Odd Future backpack, t-shirt, commemorative lanyard, game tickets, special viewing area, artist meet 'n' greet, raffle of Odd Future prizes with a chance to watch the show from the stage and more." 

Other performers will be announced soon. For tickets, check out the Camp Flog Gnaw website.

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