DTLA’s iconic Union Station has launched its first-ever summer entertainment programs that include unique events, thought-provoking cultural exhibits, and cutting edge performances, free to the public throughout the summer season. On Saturday, July 30, Live Nation’s Ones To Watch Summer Concert Series will return to the station’s South Patio Garden with free live performances from emerging artists and popular DJs from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. every Saturday night through September 3.
On Saturday, July 30, Live Nation’s Ones To Watch & KROQ Locals Only Presents Summer Concerts at Union Station with emerging artists Kacy Hill, Harriet, Pr0files and DJ Nick Leng performing live. Additionally, some of the city’s most popular food trucks will be on-site along with other local creative culinary concepts.
The complete summer concert series calendar includes performances by:
- July 30 – Pr0files, Harriett Brown, Kacy Hill and DJ Nick Leng
- August 6 – T.O.L.D., Sam Fischer, Desi Valentine and DJ Grant Owens (WFNM)
- August 13 – Falls with Strings, Fletcher and DJ Instant Karma
- August 20 – Lauv, Pretty Sister, Cobi and DJ Josh Jacobson
- August 27 – The Aces and DJ Grant Owens (WFNM)
- September 3 – Brandyn Burnette, Salt Petal, Bryce Fox, DJ Val Fluery, and special performance to be announced
Live Nation’s Ones To Watch program is dedicated to showcasing today’s most talented new artists. Additional concert details and the line-up of performers are available at unionstationla.com.
About Union Station:
Built in 1939, Union Station is the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, the station’s signature Mission Moderne style makes it one of L.A.’s architectural gems. Today, the station has evolved into a vibrant transportation center serving 75,000 passengers daily. Union Station is currently in the first phase of a Master Plan that will enable it to better handle the growing number of transit riders, accommodate high-speed rail and serve as one of L.A.’s premier public spaces while protecting the historic core of the station. For more information, visit unionstationla.com. Connect with Union Station on Twittter, Facebook and Instagram.