Dance DTLA is The Best Way to Get Your Boogie On This Summer in Los Angeles [SPONSORED]

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The best free weekly dance party in Los Angeles is back for its 13th year! The Music Center’s Dance DTLA offers incredible evenings of dancing under the stars at Grand Park, all summer long. It’s all-ages, always free, and always fun.  And as in past years, Dance DTLA is divided into two distinct event series:

Dance Downtown takes places on alternating Friday nights from 7 to 11 p.m starting on June 23. Participants receive free dance instruction with each event focusing on a unique dance style, from Cumbia and the Two-Step to Bollywood and Disco.

Dance DTLA Music Center

DJ Nights brings an evening of entertainment curated by influential artists and tastemakers who give voice to L.A.’s dynamic and vibrant culture. Each evening includes music, dancing, arts and aesthetics, all taking place from 9 to midnight on alternating Fridays starting June 30.

Dance DTLA will conclude on September 1. You can check out the complete summer schedule below.

Dance DTLA 2017 Schedule

June 23 – Dance Downtown: Cumbia / Grand Park

June 30 – DJ Nights, curated by Peanut Butter Wolf / Grand Park

July 7 – Dance Downtown: Line Dance & Two-Step / Grand Park

July 14 – DJ Nights, curated by Monalisa/ Grand Park

July 21 – Dance Downtown: Bollywood / Grand Park

July 28 – DJ Nights, curated by Valida / Grand Park

August 4 – Dance Downtown: Disco / Grand Park

August 11 – DJ Nights, curated by Coleman / Grand Park

August 18 – Dance Downtown: Argentine Tango / Grand Park

August 25 – DJ Nights, TBA / Grand Park

September 1 – Dance Downtown: Salsa / Grand Park

As a reminder guests of Dance DTLA are encouraged to enjoy a picnic or purchase food and drinks on site. Cocktails will be available for purchase, but valid ID is required for purchase of adult beverages. No outside alcohol is permitted in the park. For a full list of prohibited items, visit

Grand Park is located at 200 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

This post is a sponsored collaboration between The Music Center and We Like L.A.

If you’d like to learn more about We Like L.A. sponsored posts and how we work with our partners, you can go here.


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