The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which continues through Sunday, will draw an estimated 150,000 people to the University Park Campus.
Festival of Books
The nation’s largest literary festival — sponsored by USC and the Los Angeles Times — will be held online for the second year in a row due to COVID-19.
The festival — usually held on the USC University Park Campus — features more than two dozen online events over four weeks.
The event — the nation’s largest literary and cultural festival — traditionally draws more than 150,000 people to the USC University Park Campus.
In its 25th year, the annual L.A. Times Festival of Books is scheduled to return to USC this fall.
The event — the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation — attracted more than 150,000 people.
Now in its ninth year on the USC University Park Campus, the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation is expected to draw more than 150,000 attendees.
Thousands flock to the largest event of its kind in America, where speakers range from musician Moby to journalist Jorge Ramos.
With 500 authors, celebrities, musicians, artists and chefs and more than 150,000 attendees, it’s the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation.
USC’s University Park Campus hosts some 150,000 visitors to the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.