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We are PROUD to announce IDENTITY LA: A Concert & Celebration for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This is the second annual free outdoor high-energy music concert that will feature an evening of live performances by internationally renowned Asian Pacific American artists and entertainers, award ceremony, food trucks and more. IDENTITY LA Music Festival is presented by Council Member David Ryu (CD 4) and International Secret Agents (ISAtv) to highlight Los Angeles’ vibrant Asian Pacific American (APA) history as well as showcase APA’s contributions in shaping the social, cultural, and economic future in Los Angeles.

The lineup features a mix of hip-hop, R&B, and pop music as artists perform live at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles. South Korean Futuristic RnB artist, DEAN, is our first announced headliner who will be bringing friends Miso & 2xxx! to perform alongside him from his Seoul crew, CLUB ESKIMO. Folk Pop group, Us the Duo, and special guest, producer/electronic music artist Giraffage will fill out the closing part of the concert. The rest of the evening will consist of a mix of artists of Korean, Filipino, Taiwanese, Japanese, South Asian, and Pacific Islander heritage. These performances from fan-favorites, Starro (soulection), Year of the Ox, Kronika (soulection), Doctors&Engineers, Tenelle, SAAY, and Dj Zo will celebrate APA’s dynamic culture in the heart of Los Angeles.

Attendees will have the exclusive opportunity to listen to these live, back-to-back performances at Grand Park. More details will be announced soon –  keep checking transparentagency.com/identity for more updates!

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IDENTITY LA

Saturday, May 6, 2017  |  5:00 – 10:00PM  |  FREE!

Grand Park  |  200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

About Los Angeles Asian Pacific American Heritage Month:

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), a celebration of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) in the United States. For the last three decades, the City of Los Angeles has held a series of events throughout the month to highlight the significant contributions that APAs have made to the city’s past, present and future. Visit www.apahm.lacity.org for more information.