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50 Free Summer Concerts At Levitt Pavilion

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Just like every summer, the Levitt Pavilion, located inside MacArthur Park, is hosting 50 free concerts from June 9th to September 2nd. The lineup has been announced a few weeks ago, and I hadn’t taken the time to explore it yet. It is as eclectic as the previous years, plenty of artists and bands brushing all genres, from indie pop to cumbia, from ska and reggae to rock and soul, from jazz and folk to electronica… You have to find something for you in this diverse collection.

Of course, local indie favorites Moon Honey and the Paranoyds should not be missed on June 14th, just like Feels and Hooveriii on June 28th, or GospelbeacH and Laura Jean Anderson on August 2nd, SWIMM and Winter on August 9th. Equally not to be missed, the legendary Fishbone on June 29th, Paul Thorn & the Blind Boys of Alabama on July 14th, The Aggrolites on August 11th, and of course Alice Bag and Generacion Suicida on August 30th almost closing the season… but there is much more to explore, all summer long. Check out all the bands below:


9: Bostich + Fussible and the Paranoias
10: Sonidos Salvadoreños
14: Moon Honey and the Paranoyds
15: Quinto Sol and Alika
16: The Slackers and C Minus
17: Tamal Festival, feat. Doris Montenegro and Resurrección Mexican Folk
21: Katsù Oso and Rudy De Anda
22: Thee Midnite Cruzzers and Allensworth
23: 35th Anniversary OG Radiotron
24: The Soeul of Korea
28: Feels and Hooveriii
29: Fishbone
30: 4th of July Celebration feat. La Sonora Dinamita con Vilma Diaz


1: Noche de Danzón ft. Banda Filarmónica Maqueos & Hollenbeck Folklorico
5: The Steady 45s and Maria Blues
6: Pompeya and Mons Vi
7: Celso Piña
8: Mosaico Musical Mexicano ft. El Conjunto Nueva Ola
12: La Chamba and María Del Pilar
13: Sotomayor and COASTCITY
14: Paul Thorn & the Blind Boys of Alabama
15: Kiddie Karoo and Bob Baker Marionettes Theater
19: Georgia Anne Muldrow and Harriet Brown
20: Tucuprá and Golpe AfroCaribe
21-22: Fiesta Juliana
26: Almalafa and Hijos Del Sol
27: KX Fest feat. Sammy Sam * Flavor Flav
28: KX Fest feat. Justin Park & Rocky Rock
29: KX Fest


2: GospelbeacH and Laura Jean Anderson
3: Western Standard Time
4: Boogaloo Assasins
5: Noche Norteña with Banda Maravillosa and Los Norteados Del Sur
9: SWIMM and Winter
10: Quetzal and Chulita Vinyl Club
11: The Aggrolites
12: Mundo Maya Celebration
16: La Resistencia
17: Very Be Careful and Weapons of Mass Creation
18: Gato Prieto and Earth Arrow
19: Flamenco meets Peru with Matalache
23: The Delirians and Jackie Mendez
24: Church in the Park feat. Mark De Clive-Lowe, Ras G, Linafornia and more
25: Flor De Toloache
26: LA’s Got Talent ft. YMF Youth Orchestra, J.U.I.C.E., Tony Sauza’s Kids Indie Rock, Virgil Middle School Drumline
30: Alice Bag and Generacion Suicida
31: Jungle Fire and Here Lies Man


1: Wonder-Full: A Stevie Wonder Celebration
2: Havana Secret and El Haru Kuroi

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