The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which continues through Sunday, will draw an estimated 150,000 people to the University Park Campus.
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The crowds are big as the largest literary and cultural event in the nation returns to the USC University Park Campus after a two-year virtual break.
Considered the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation, the event is expected to draw more than 150,000 attendees Saturday and Sunday.
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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.