Well look at this, we have a new music festival of sorts folks.
The people over at Complex magazine are making a major move by curating their own convention to represent popular culture in all facets of entertainment. The inaugural ComplexCon will be held November 5 & 6 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
“ComplexCon is an expertly curated convention and festival that brings the world of Complex to life. This is our generation’s World Fair. The minds behind Complex have come together with a Host Committee that includes legendary artist Takashi Murakami, award-winning producer Skrillex and our Cultural Director/Executive Chair Pharrell Williams to imagine a place where creators, curators and YOU converge to celebrate and shape our culture.”
It’s good to see that this will be a well rounded event, because many times cons will just feature exhibitors and panels where guest speak on a specific topic, leaving little to no room for live entertainment, but being that Complex is a music magazine, how dare they think to leave that out?
Kanye West, Skrillex, Kid Cudi, and Travis Scott all lead the pack as the evening/headline performers, while the day activities will see many other artist take the stage.
Ticket prices run between $45-$450, and are currently on sale via the ComplexCon website.