The West Adams Block Party is back! And if it’s anything like last year’s Labor Day weekend street fest, you won’t want to miss it. The celebration of music, art and cultural diversity in the city will be taking over West Adams Boulevard in front of Delicious Pizza this Sunday, September 2 from noon to 9pm.
Headlined by KRS-One and Masta Ace, the main stage will be jumping with a full evening of afro-caribbean funk, soul, hip-hop and a mix of exciting new artists and DJs hosted by Sista Dee Barnes and DJ QwessCoast. Check out the full list of performers below. For all of the details and to pre-register for FREE tickets, click here.
“This is a great opportunity for local families, friends and shop owners to come together and celebrate the flavor of West Adams,” said Delicious Vinyl’s Rick Ross.
The all-ages event will also offer plenty of activities for the kids including arts and crafts, a soccer field, face painting and the magnificent “West Adams” castle jumpers. Leave it to the team at Delicious Vinyl , Dreamhaus LA and embRACELA to throw an awesome annual Labor Day Weekend community block party. Volunteers from these groups will be there to raise awareness for art, music and charity programs in the community
Need some swag? Check out the Delicious Vinyl Pop-Up shop featuring limited edition Delicious Vinyl x Lil Yachty t-shirts and hats, Dilla Donuts and merch, plus Block Party posters designed by local artists.
Hungry? Food trucks and vendors will be serving up Delicious Pizza, LocoL, ALTA Adams, Highly Likely, Vee’s Cafe and more. Plus, the Delicious Vinyl Island sound system will be in the beer garden for the 21 + crowd.
Performers include DJ sets by NgaDave (DV Radio/LA), DJ Ethos (Morelia,MX), DJ R-Tistic (Gardena/LA), Kronika (Soulection/LA), Pato Watson (MX) and DJ Rhettmatic (Beat Junkies/LA). Don’t miss the sounds of Rail Up (Muñeka/ Kelman Duran/ foreigner), plus live performances by Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark (LA), Illa J (Detroit), Frank Nitt (Detroit), Niña Dioz (Monterrey, MX), Los Rakas (Oakland/Panama) and a special appearance by Ma Dukes (Detroit).