Brokechella 2012 Lineup Announced. Tickets officially on sale to the second annual music fest.

cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA, the company who brought you FORT and the Broke Series is proud to announce the line up for the second annual BROKECHELLA- a concert in the spirit of Coachella minus the sweltering sun and prohibitive price tag.
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March 29, 2012 - PRLog -- Last year Brokechella drew 400 people and was so much fun that certain city officials almost wouldn’t allow it to happen. We’re doubling our capacity by moving the festival to the amazing Studio Six01, a 7,000 square foot warehouse and home to some of LA’s most exciting events and artists creating in residence.

This year’s party promises to be bigger and better, and we want you to be a part of it. Brokechella will offer festival goers the very best in underground music, with an epic night featuring special guests, LA street food, drinks, art, swag, a photo booth, face painting by the Illyrian Players, and more.

April 21st, 2012
Six01 Studios (LA warehouse district)
Doors at 4 PM
(Swag bags for the first 300)
$5 tickets available NOW at

Music. Art. Food. Drink. Dance.

Main Stage
Gypsy Death Star * The Dead Ships * Rumspringa * The Janks * yOya * Big Moves * Das Tapes * Tapioca and the Flea * LA FONT * INFANTREE *

DJs On The Outdoor Stage
Dannahan * gLAdiator * GOJ!RA * The KiD * T.B.E (Littlefoot x Koncan X Pilo) * Robin People * Smiles * Cooper Saver *

Check out the teaser HERE:

In association with:
Six 01 Studios (
RawkBlog (
Activate (
Jarritos (
Pop Chips (
The Santa Monica Co-Opportunity (
Bedrock Rental (
Rent Food Broke (
Shuttereye (
and MORE!

So fear not, those of us with empty pockets and overdraft charges aplenty. Brokechella 2012 will be the place to be in LA on April 21st, we can promise you that.

Updates, more info on our bands, food, artists and sponsors, and press registration can be found at


cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA
As you might have noticed, we do a lot of stuff. A lot. We bring locals together through boundary-pushing arts events and highly collaborative, ensemble-driven productions. We fill our audiences and our casts with people who are not interested solely in performing or solely in watching, but rather in sharing the experience of art with one another. We look to empower both long time and beginner artists by providing inspiring opportunities to create and perform, diverse and affordable workshops, and dynamic venues to meet and engage with like-minded visionaries. We believe that a community alive with art will thrive with conversation and understanding, and progress. Art conversing with people conversing with people conversing with art.


“cARTel is a multi-media, multi-discipline production company that doesn’t just put on shows, they put on EXPERIENCES. Attending a cARTel event means every one of your senses will be engaged. You’ll be eating, drinking, laughing, crying, seeing, hearing, and touching their PRODUCTION...Anything cARTel is the place to be.”
- LA Travel Bug:

“Sound/Stage presents a narrative-driven, lightly staged radio play delivered by charismatic performers, engrossing live music...and a red-carpet style garden party with tuxedoed musicians...The performers simply and effectively craft a colorful, reminiscent story....Under the direction of Singh, "Unplugged in the Amazon" feels like a dreamy elixir for the ears”

“cARTel brought this evening of whimsical, interactive fancy to life..”
LA Weekly

“This was a creative, unique, and inspired event, definitely recapturing the joy of childhood in can count on more “boundary-pushing” events from these visionaries in the future”
So Cal Magazine

“...Intimate, pioneering, conceptually brilliant... one of the best productions we've seen this year.”

“If you’re bummed out that you didn’t make it to the desert this weekend for a little music festival—don’t fret... the Ahimsa Collective and RentFoodBroke are throwing Brokechella tonight at the Airliner for the rest of us.” -

“There was face painting, regular painting, and even an outdoor art gallery. There were also drink specials, comedy acts, and DJs galore. Seriously, [we] had ourselves a good ‘ole time on the cheap. We had so much fun that, Coachella or not, we already plan to be at next year’s “Brokechella.”
Wifey of a Roadie:

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cARTel: Collaborative Arts LA is an ensemble based, multimedia arts organization devoted to creating large scale arts events and boundary pushing theater
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