Dublab DJ collective and radio innovators know how to move a party. This mega-bash will be extra epic, as it will go down exactly 15 years to the day and hour that they started broadcasting.

Live music performances, DJ sets, film projections, custom T-shirt screen-printing, food trucks and art installations are promised, but it’s the experimental selectors and crowd-pleasing music-makers that you should be there for, to enjoy and pay respect. Dublab is one of the many reasons L.A. rules.


Here are just a few of people you’ll see and hear: the I and I Sound System, Carlos Niño and friends (featuring Paul Livingstone, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Farmer Dave Scher, Eugene Owens, Dexter Story, Andres Renteria), Contact Field Orchestra, Crem’e, Metro Gnome (Butchy Fuego and Angel Deradoorian), Money Mark, Puro Instinct, Raga Meditation with Partho Sarothy (sarod) and Paul Livingstone (sitar), Sana Shenai (Jimmy Tamborello and Nanny Cantaloupe), SFV Acid, Slayron, Sodapop, Southern Soul Spinners, Sun Araw, The Urxed and many more. Also in store: visuals by Alex Pelly, Miko Revereza and Freegums, with live screen-printing by Hit+Run and food by Mandoline Grill.

1623 Allesandro St., Echo Park, Saturday, Sept. 27, 4-10 p.m., Free before 6 p.m.; $10 after 

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