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GRAND PARK’S SUNDAY SESSIONS GETS DEEP

Date
September 17
Time
2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost
Free
Site
http://grandparkla.org/event/sundaysessionsgetsdeep/?instance_id=93910

FREE/GRATIS

#5ummertime | #5yearstogether
Gather together with family and friends for a season-wide tribute to L.A.’s house music scene in This month, SUNDAY SESSIONS gets DEEP. Join Marques Wyatt and friends to celebrate 18 years of DEEP-LA.
NEW! Sunday Sessions’ 21+ Cocktail Garden returns this season. Outside alcohol is NOT permitted. All coolers, backpacks, bags and totes subject to search. This event is free and open to all ages.

SEPTEMBER LINE-UP (Times TBD)
Marues Wyatt
Mark Farina
Big Cee

DEEP
Deep is nothing short of a phenomenon driving the dance music scene in Los Angeles and beyond. For 18 years, DEEP has prided itself on procuring and presenting the finest soulful electronic music DJs and artists from around the world. DEEP forges on as an internationally esteemed sanctuary for house music lovers.

DEEP is much more than the sum of its parts. It is not just an inviting dance floor, soulful house records and big bass speakers. It exists within the collective energy of its dedicated patrons, blessing the faithful and free who dance in celebration of life, which, if only once a month, is made of pure bliss.

Marques Wyatt
Sonic love travels in many dimensions and as it relates to music, Marques Wyatt is a seminal pioneer and is undoubtedly one of the most respected DJ’s in the United States and a West Coast legend. In addition to producing some of LA’s most legendary clubs/events, many associate him with “DEEP,” the illustrious event that he nurtured in his hometown of Los Angeles – thriving and continuing today for well over 18 years. He is one of the few DJ’s that have managed to cross pollinate audiences and merge at least two generations of music fans on his dance floors. Thus, he is in demand at clubs, as well as on the festival circuit alike, stateside and abroad. Marques’ unerring, knowledgeable selections are sure to stir up some emotions and known to turn huge dance floors into intimate rituals.

Mark Farina
Voted as one of the top DJ’s in the world by URB, MUZIK and BPM magazines, Mark’s taste making skills continue to turn the heads of seasoned Dance Music veterans as well as newcomers to the scene. In 2016, DJ / Producer, Mark Farina earned his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Mushroom Jazz Eight in addition to touring/performing with Gramatik, Thievery Corporation, BPM, Sundance Film Festival, Winter Warmer, Gem and Jam, Lucidity, Corona Sunsets, Neon Desert, Oysterfest, Sonic Bloom, EDC Las Vegas, Pemberton, Electric Forest, Woogie Weekend, Untold Festival and Joshua Tree Music Festival.

Big Cee
His father was a Drummer in the 1960s and 1970s, later becoming a DJ in the 1980s. Music has been a staple in Big Cee’s life since birth. Right hand man to Marques Wyatt at DEEP-L.A, Big Cee is a Regular player in the thriving Los Angeles Underground Dance Community.

Information subject to change
METRO RED or PURPLE LINE TO CIVIC CENTER/GRAND PARK STATION, GOLD LINE TO LITTLE TOKYO/ARTS DISTRICT STATION
Grand Park is an LA County park powered by The Music Center.

Location

Grand Park
200 N. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States
Phone:
213-972-8080
Website:
www.grandparkla.org

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