Artist Spotlight

April 23 reveal: Opening + Closing Weekends We’re excited to announce our lineups for opening weekend on June 1-2 and closing weekend August 31-September 1! Kick your summer into high gear on Saturday, June 1, with a mix of Latin-influenced ska, rock and reggae and a special reunion performance by Mexican legends Tijuana No! con Ceci Bastida alongside […]

Apr 23, 2019

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Ready for summer yet? Here’s an exclusive sneak-peek at the 2019 Levitt LA lineup! We’re excited to announce Afro-Latina reggaeton and R&B star Amara La Negra will take the Levitt LA stage on June 7 for a night of energizing music and dancing under the stars. It’s her only concert in Los Angeles all summer as […]

Feb 27, 2019

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This Thursday, August 30, the punk goddess herself, Alice Bag, is bringing her original Chicano punk rock to Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles. Best known for creating the sound that would later evolve into hardcore punk, Levitt LA concertgoers are in for a historic show. Bag’s music is built from more than just hardship and self-expression [...]

Aug 28, 2018

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Artist Q&A: Flor De Toloache This Saturday (8/25), Flor De Toloache takes the stage at Levitt LA for a free concert! This group has delightfully avoided categorization since their very inception; by appearance, they are mariachi musicians through and through, from their elegant red and black garb to the buoyant, uplifting music that has captured [...]

Aug 21, 2018

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Often credited for popularizing the coastal, tropical-tinged variety of cumbia known as Colombian vallenato, Very Be Careful exudes South American rhythm. Their dedication to combining vibrant flair with traditional sounds (accordion, caja vallenata and guacharacha) has kept the five-man ensemble afloat for more than 20 years, with each of their seven studio albums taking listeners [...]

Aug 15, 2018

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Few bands embody the intersection of art and activism better than Quetzal. Growing up in a family of labor union organizers, guitarist Quetzal Flores spent his formative years absorbing the rich history of grassroots movements across Mexico and Southern California, including the Zapatista struggle, immigration reform and contested land struggles. 25 years ago, he founded [...]

Aug 08, 2018

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As the world’s torchbearer for Jamaican Jazz music, there are few bands that can match the intensity, soulfulness and chemistry that Western Standard Time Ska Orchestra embodies on stage. Made up of GRAMMY-award nominated session musicians, entertainment veterans and seasoned jazz improvisers alike, a rotating cast of more than 20 musicians make up the orchestra. [...]

Aug 02, 2018

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The city of Tijuana, Mexico, doesn’t shy away from tradition. Classic Mexican norteño can be heard along every inch of its boardwalks and beaches, either performed live by roaming buskers or blaring from the radio of a nearby restaurant. Every accordion note hangs in the air like the tangy ocean breeze and every strum of [...]

Jun 08, 2018

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