Spaceland Block Party 2017

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Sep 16 - Sep 17 2017

Los Angeles, California (ROW DTLA)

$50 (GA); $285 (VIP)

LA’s largest Independent promoter Spaceland, will take over Downtowns roof tops and parking lots in LA’s biggest end of summer blowout party. The first ever Block Party will feature Joey Bada$$, Vic Mensa, Highly Suspect, and The Horrors, Big Wild and Amelia Airhorn supported by a lineup of the festival circuit’s most exciting new bands — from hip hop, pop to punk, funk to folk, and everything in between. This downtown-get-down is a celebration of street art, food, and music that inspires LA and beyond.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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