Snoop Dogg to headline Pacific Festival: OC

Steve Aoki and Pacific Festival Entertainment have announced rapper Snoop Dogg will be the official festival headliner to the 2nd annual Pacific Festival: OC – which will be held on August 13 (10am – 12am) at Oak Canyon Ranch near Irvine Lake in Silverado, CA. Tickets are now on sale at www.pacificfestival.com.
 
The 2nd Annual Summer Festival is set to be Southern California’s premiere event for fun in the sun and FILTERMagazine.com has already placed Pacific Festival: OC in their “Top Five Most Anticipated Summer Festivals” list.

Thanks to a strong line-up, KCRW and both LA/OC Weekly have joined official media sponsors for the festival – which will feature entertainment from more than 50 live acts and DJs from around the world.    

The event has been designed as music festival for a wide range of genres and offers the finest amenities and production for attendees.  Both VIP and VIP Hosted Bartickets will be available for guests looking for a first class experience. 

For those participating in the VIP Hosted Bar,hospitality and cabana services courtesy of Voyeur Nightclub and Chosen Hospitality Group will be available. 

To add to the all around experience, Pacific Festival: OC has paired with the Hyatt Regency Irvine located only minutes away from all the festival action. The Hyatt Regency Irvine will be offering room discounts for festival attendees as well as a park and ride shuttle service. 

Furthermore, Roaming Hunger will be hand picking a variety of Southern California’s best food trucks to ensure attendees have a plethora of exciting local fare throughout the event.

Pacific Festival: OC has specifically been curated to entertain attendees from morning to night and with Red Bull on board as an official sponsor, the festival is sure to keep the energy level high.  

For more information on Pacific Festival: OC’s artist lineup, latest news, presale tickets and giveaways, go to www.pacificfestival.com.

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