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Engadget Live hits Los Angeles next week!

Engadget, @engadget
August 11, 2015
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Last year, we had a lot of fun at Engadget Live Los Angeles and now we're gearing up to do it all over again. Next Friday, August 21st, we'll take over Exchange LA from 7PM to 10PM and give readers like you a chance to experience the future of technology.

Our entire Engadget Live series (which kicked off in Boston a few weeks ago) is fueled by Ford's SYNC 3 technology. So at Engadget Live Los Angeles, you'll get to hop inside a 2016 Ford Escape and experience the new SYNC 3 system inside it or via standalone units throughout the venue.

For your refreshment, our friends from Drizly will be on hand to offer drinks, including a signature Whiskey cocktail that'll be complimentary for the first 250 people in the door over age 21. And we'll announce many more sponsors in the weeks to come.

If this all sounds like an amazing night in the City of Angels (and it should), grab your free tickets here and we'll see you on the 21st. Then, we'll wrap up our Engadget Live series in Austin on October 16th.

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