For the fifth year, Grand Park and The Music Center will present downtown’s largest Fourth of July party from 2 to 9:30 p.m.
“Angelenos from all over the county will join together in downtown to celebrate our nation’s birthday, enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday and honor the diversity that makes Los Angeles a great place to live,” said Rachel Moore, Music Center president and CEO. “The July 4 holiday is a wonderful opportunity to check out what makes Grand Park so popular. From the fountain and splash pad, to the free performances and music, Grand Park is truly the park for everyone.”
Angelenos will enjoy entertainment that highlights the sounds of America featuring jazz, funk, blues and classical artists, with DJ sets inspired by these musical genres. The day’s festivities include a kids’ play area, live music performances, L.A.’s best food trucks, a mobile vendor and activity area. The fireworks show shot from the roof of the Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion will be set to pop and classic hits along with patriotic music, and visible throughout Downtown L.A. and the surrounding neighborhoods. The event will span from Spring Street to Grand Avenue, and from Temple to Second streets.
“There is nothing better than sharing the Fourth of July with your friends, family and neighbors in Grand Park,” said Julia Diamond, interim director of Grand Park. “It’s Los Angeles’ ultimate summer holiday celebration. This year, audiences will dance to the music that makes up the soundtrack of America, indulge in the classic foods of summer and be wowed by an amazing fireworks show from the roof of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, one of L.A.’s most iconic buildings.”
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