The Levitt Pavilions have announced their schedules, so you know what that means: It's summer!

In an exclusive to West Coast Sound, the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles in MacArthur Park and Levitt Pavilion Pasadena in Memorial Park have released their full lineups, with shows held throughout June, July, and August. Highlights include Metalachi, Quetzal, Gangstagrass, a number of Dublab curated performances, Mark de Clive Lowe…too much to mention here. The full schedule is below.

Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles in MacArthur Park


15-Jun Jimmy Webb

16-Jun Tierra Blanca

16-Jun B Side Players

20-Jun Dublab presents Southern Soul Spinners & Thee Midniters

21-Jun Fishtank Ensemble

22-Jun Vaud and the Villains

23-Jun Funky Punks

23-Jun Ellis Paul

27-Jun Freddie Ravel

28-Jun Magnolia Memoir

29-Jun Raskahuele, Pachamama, Hijos del Sol

30-Jun Aaron Nigel Smith

30-Jun Orquesta Charangoa


4-Jul Akwid

5-Jul Karla Bonoff

6-Jul Craicmore

7-Jul Bob Baker Marionettes

7-Jul Metalachi

11-Jul Gangstagrass

12-Jul Los Neighbors

13-Jul Dan Navarro

14-Jul Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion

14-Jul Yemen Blues

18-Jul All Wooden Stones

19-Jul Dustbowl Revival

20-Jul Mucca Pazza

21-Jul Joe Craven

25-Jul Dublab presents A Night with DUB CLUB

26-Jul Buyepongo

28-Jul Kiddle Karoo's Monster Beach Party

28-Jul Kobo Town


1-Aug Nomadic Massive

4-Aug Youth Talent Night

8-Aug Garifuna Collective

9-Aug Double G's String Quartet

10-Aug Mark de Clive Lowe

11-Aug The Underground

11-Aug Radiotron

15-Aug Christian Scott

16-Aug La Resistencia, Red Store Bums, Profesor Galactico

17-Aug KPOP Dance Night

18-Aug Silk Road

18-Aug David Lindley

22-Aug Quetzal Guerrero

23-Aug Talavya

24-Aug Rocky Dawuni

25-Aug Jose Luis Orozco

25-Aug Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon retrospective with Omega String Quartet and Julie Christensen

Levitt Pavilion Pasadena in Memorial Park schedule below

Levitt Pavilion Pasadena in Memorial Park schedule


16-Jun Jazz Leaders

19-Jun Bob Baker Marionettes

20-Jun Carmen Souza

21-Jun Jim Lauderdale

22-Jun Alex Cuba

23-Jun Barbara Morrison

26-Jun Funky Punks

27-Jun Mollys Revenge

28-Jun Jimmy Lafave

29-Jun Canzonere Grecanico Salentino

30-Jun Yuko Mabachi


3-Jul Jambo

4-Jul Caroyln Wonderland

5-Jul Dublab presents Linda Perhacs & Friends

6-Jul Conjunto Nueva Ola

7-Jul Martha Redbone

10-Jul Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion

11-Jul Western Standard Time

12-Jul Vieux Farka Toure

13-Jul Alfredo Rodriguez

14-Jul Dirty Dozen Brass Band

17-Jul Jumpin Jazz

18-Jul Mucca Pazza

19-Jul Gor Mkhitarian

20-Jul Ulises Hadjis

24-Jul Joe Craven

25-Jul Bachaco

26-Jul Klezmer Juice

27-Jul Arise Roots

28-Jul Ndugu Chancler

31-Jul Kiddle Karoo


1-Aug Jefferey Broussard

2-Aug Black Mahal

3-Aug Dwight Trible

4-Aug Jungle Fire

7-Aug Steve Songs

8-Aug Whiskey Shivers

9-Aug Dublab presents John Reilly & Friends

10-Aug Chicano Batman

11-Aug David and Devine

14-Aug Birdies Playhouse

15-Aug New Found Road

16-Aug Limelight Steel Orchestra

17-Aug Mariachi Divas

18-Aug Samba Society

21-Aug Rhythm Child

22-Aug Louis Van Taylor

23-Aug Locura

24-Aug Quetzal

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