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Music: Levitt LA, Dub Club Present The Wailing Souls and DJ Boss Harmony

August 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (Levitt LA) is celebrating its 17th annual concert series by presenting 10 world-class performances that are all free and open to everyone. The concerts will be held outdoors, under the stars, with the stunning backdrop of LA’s skyline at MacArthur Park.

For 17 years, Levitt LA has been creating a sense of community through music. This summer, they will once again showcase the diverse cultural landscape of Los Angeles with a fantastic lineup of artists, transforming MacArthur Park into a vibrant and energized urban sonic oasis. The season runs from June 22 through August 31, 2024

Wailing Souls
The Wailing Souls are a Jamaican reggae vocal group with origins dating back to the 1960s. The group has undergone several lineup changes over the years, with Winston “Pipe” Matthews and Lloyd “Bread” McDonald being the only constant members. They have been nominated for Grammy Awards three times.

The legendary Wailing Souls were present from reggae’s beginnings in the late ’60s and early ’70s. They grew up and sang in the same Trenchtown yards in Kingston, Jamaica, as Bob Marley, Joe Higgs, and other reggae icons.

DJ Boss Harmony
David Orlando is a Los Angeles based DJ and Artist. He started DJing around 1994 and is known for the breadth and diversity of his musical selections. David took the name “Boss Harmony” in 2001 when he joined the group responsible for the 19-year-running Reggae night, DUB CLUB.

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August 10
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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MacArthur Park
W. 6th Street and S. Park View St.
Los Angeles,90057United States
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