The 11th Annual Kollaboration Los Angeles

Kollaboration will be having its flagship show – the 11th Annual Kollaboration Los Angeles – at the world famous Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Saturday, November 5, 2011. For more than a decade, Kollaboration, now an international nonprofit organization with production teams across the US and Canada, has endeavored to empower talented Asian and Pacific Islander (API) artists to pursue their creative dreams and, in doing so, help to inspire newer generations of talent.

Date: Saturday, November 5, 2011
Time: 7:00 PM
Venue: Nokia Theatre
7777 Chick Hearn Court, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Competitors/Performers:
– After School Special
– Andrew Figueroa Chiang and the Blazing Rays of the Sun
– Dawen (Kollaboration Acoustic 4 winner)
– Inch Chua
– Monsters Calling Home
– Noel Kunz
– Poll winner (a fan favorite voted by the fans)

There will also be a special celebrity guest performer to be announced in the coming weeks. Tickets will be assigned seating and you can choose what area you’d like to sit in.


Ticket Prices:  For a limited time, tickets are $10 off
Premium Orchestra – $45, Orchestra – $30, Loge/Mezzanine – $15 (*Each ticket already includes a $4.50 facility fee*)
Purchase Tickets Here: http://www.kollaboration.org/kollaboration-11-tickets

All seats are assigned seating. HOWEVER, for the Loge/Mezzanine tickets, you will receive a VOUCHER which you exchange for an actual seat number on the day of the show at the Box Office. This way, friends that buy tickets at different times can still sit together as long as they bring their vouchers together.

Come support your API community!

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