The mission of Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles is to make live music accessible to all, creating stronger and more connected communities while celebrating the diversity of our city and beyond. Every summer, 50 FREE concerts are presented at the Levitt Pavilion, featuring acclaimed, emerging talent to seasoned, award-winning performers in a broad range of music genres.
July 20 is Colombian Independence Day, and we’re celebrating at Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles! Learn about the significance of this day, the connection between Colombia and Los Angeles, and why the Afro-latin influenced rhythms of Tucuprá and Golpe Afrocaribe will make you groove all night for Parche en el Parque!
Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles is located in the northwest corner of MacArthur Park, near the intersection of W. 6th Street and S. Park View St., 90057. The park is located just 10 blocks west of downtown Los Angeles and is bordered by Alvarado Street., W. 6th Street, W. 7th Street, S. Park View Street and intersected by Wilshire Blvd.