Grand Park’s SUNDAY SESSIONS Returns With First Live Performances in 17 months

Astronomar and Bot Headline at the “Park For Everyone” Free Outdoor Music and Dance Series

PHOTO: Javier Guillen | South Pasadena News | Sunday Sessions at Grand Park featuring Gets Deep in 2017.

Dance and music are the centerpiece for every hot summer party. For its eighth summer, Grand Park’s Sunday Sessions joyfully returns as the 12-acre oasis fully opens to once again host live in-person events and performances. Grand Park’s Sunday Sessions showcases L.A.’s finest House music curators on two Sundays, July 25 and August 29, 2021. Each free outdoor dance party features a line-up of DJs that celebrates the contribution of Los Angeles artists to the American-originated, globally embraced art form of House music. Guests can picnic or purchase food from popular food trucks and enjoy the sounds of summer in a beautiful setting right in the heart of Downtown L.A. Sunday Sessions will take place on the park’s Performance Lawn, just north of Hill Street.

PHOTO: Kaitlin Parry | South Pasadena News | DJ Astronomar

The first Sunday Sessions in nearly two years will celebrate the pillars of House music rooted in joy, liberation and dance. Legendary acts of the L.A.-based House and dance scene, Astronomar and Bot, will headline and debut new music during their back-to-back set. The four-hour event also features sets by local DJs Ocean Roulette, Etari and Chloé Soleta to up the party vibe with four-to-the-floor sounds. *Schedule and artists subject to change.

Sunday, July 25, 2021 3:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.  Grand Park Performance Lawn 200 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012 (between Grand Ave. and Hill St.) This is a free event open to all ages. Picnicking is encouraged. Food and beverages will be available for purchase; no outside alcohol is permitted in the park. No outside alcohol is permitted in the park. For a full list of prohibited items, visit  Visit for more information.

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Next up:  August 29: This Sunday Sessions event will honor the sounds that served as a precursor to House and dance music with a day dedicated to Northern Soul, Funk and Disco with artists including Deejay Clifton, Liz O., Riley More and LoopdropKid.