This weekend Agenda Festival will come to Long Beach and put on their biggest show yet. Agenda Show has existed a long-running streetwear and action sports convention however now Agenda offers a day for the public to come and enjoy pop up shops and curated music. We think that this concept is great and Agenda is going beyond the basic music festival. Here’s why:
1. Pop-Up Shops
Pop-up shops have taken over the world and it seems like everyone has one nowadays. Agenda will have over 500 pop up shops from the best of the best in streetwear and local fashion. Some of our favorite pop-ups that will have a presence at the festival are Chinatown Market, which recently had a collab line with Emo Nite LA, Pintrill, Babylon, and the Cobra Shop.
It is rare, if not impossible, to see panels of speakers at music festivals. Unless you are at Comic-Con, a panel is the last thing you would expect. Agenda is having multiple celebs across industries come out and talk in a panel setting during the day. Something that we are excited for is a Workaholics panel with Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, and Adam Devine.
3. Food Trucks
Agenda has attracted LA’s best when it comes to food trucks. Baby’s Badass Burgers and Afters Ice Cream are a can’t miss. Also a can’t miss: a special collaboration between bagel kings Yeastie Boys and LA punk band FIDLAR called “Fuck It Dog” which is an eccentric hot dog-filled sandwich on their hand-rolled bagels.
Whether it’s the pop-up shops, the food, or the speakers that most excites about Agenda Fest, there is something for everyone to enjoy at this one of a kind festival. See you in Long Beach this weekend!