Home > News & Reviews > Lykke Li

Lykke Li Details Yola Fest With Cat Power, Charli XCX And Courtney Love

Friday, 05 April 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Lykke Li has announced details of the inaugural Yola Fest.

Taking place on June 8 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park, the event boasts an all-female line up topped by a headlining set from Lykke Li.

Billed as "a festival in celebration of the arts, culture and music by today's women", the festival will also host performances from Charli XCX, Cat Power, Courtney Love and the Chateau Band, rappers CupcakKe and Megan Thee Stallion, and Mexican-Dominican musician Ambar Lucid. Further acts are to be announced in the coming weeks.

The festival gets its name from Yola Mezcal, a female-run mezcal company based in Oaxaca, Mexico, which Li helped co-found with Yola Jimenez and Gina Correll Aglietti. Head here for further details.

Li put out her most recent album, 'So Sad So Sexy', in 2018.

Let Us Know What You Think - Leave A Comment!

Related News

Lykke Li Shares Sex Money Feelings Die Remix Featuring Lil Baby And Snowsa
Wed 19 Jun 2019
Lykke Li has released a remix of Sex Money Feelings Die.
Lykke Li - So Sad So Sexy (Album Review)
Mon 11 Jun 2018
Being permanently po-faced and famous is a devil’s pact. Whether you’re penning hits (Kanye West), winning trophies (José Mourinho) or writing economic policy (Gordon Brown), tolerance will turn to contempt once that success begins to falter.
Lykke Li Announces London Date As Part of New Tour Plans
Fri 08 Jun 2018
Lykke Li has announced a London show as part of new tour plans.
Cate Le Bon - Reward (Album Review)
Tue 04 Jun 2019
Photo: Ivana Kličković Cate Le Bon has never been easy to pin down. Having toured and collaborated with a diverse selection of musicians ranging from St. Vincent to Deerhunter, the Welsh musician and producer could loosely be described as trading in sprawling alt-folk, but that would only tell half the story. On her newest record, ‘Reward’, Le Bon creates a unique world indebted to new wave and jazz as much as it is to contemporary pop and folk acts—all with her own idiosyncratic twist.
Black Mountain - Destroyer (Album Review)
Fri 07 Jun 2019
Photo: Olivia Jaffe Black Mountain’s fifth studio album, ‘Destroyer’, comes in the wake of line-up changes that threw the band’s future into doubt. Following the amicable departure of founding drummer Josh Wells and vocalist Amber Webber, Stephen McBean and Jeremy Schmidt began working on new music that might have eventually fallen under a new name. But that wasn’t to be.
House Parties To Headliners: Foals' Guitar Riffs Through The Ages
Mon 10 Jun 2019
In the 10 years since Foals released their debut album, ‘Antidotes’, Yannis Philippakis, Jack Bevan, Jimmy Smith and Edwin Congreave have naturally evolved.
Foals Unveil Video For Sunday Ahead Of UK Tour
Tue 04 Jun 2019
Foals have shared a video for Sunday.
Bastille Continue To Tease 'Doom Days' With Video For New Track Those Nights
Wed 05 Jun 2019
Bastille have shared a video for Those Nights.
< Prev   Next >