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The Spaceland Block Party ~ September 16 & 17

Spaceland Block Party Moves to Union Station
 Announces Daily Lineups

September 16-17 @ Los Angeles Union Station

Bishop Briggs, Tuxedo, Gabriel Garzon-Montano, Two Feet, PALM, Ella Vos, Matt Maeson, Sudan Archives, D.A.N.C.E., Ham on Everything, Bananas, First & 15th DJs, Funky Sole, Sex Cells, Echoflex

Headlining Sets From:
Vic Mensa, Joey Bada$$, Highly Suspect,
Big Wild, The Horrors, Bishop Briggs,
Amelia Airhorn (feat. The Knocks & Skylar Spence)

Single Day + Weekend Passes On Sale Now

We're very much looking forward to the first-ever Spaceland Block Party, which is now taking place September 16-17 at Union Station in Downtown LA.

Independent LA music promoter Spaceland Presents is bringing its first-ever block party to DTLA. Taking over Union Station for an end-of-summer blowout, Spaceland Block Party will feature performances from Vic Mensa, Joey Bada$$, Highly Suspect, The Horrors, Bishop Briggs, Amelia Airhorn and more, supported by a lineup of the festival circuit’s most exciting new bands along with DJs from LA's favorite dance and party nights, featuring a mix of hip hop, rock, indie, electronic, funk, folk, and everything in between for a two-day celebration of street art, food, and music that inspires LA and beyond.

Saturday, September 16 will feature Vic Mensa, Highly Suspect, The Horrors, Amelia Airhorn (feat. The Knocks & Skylar Spence), Snow Tha Product, Black Kids, Tuxedo, Betty Who, Preoccupations, Sales, Porches, Slothrust, Nombe, PALM, Matt Maeson, Jesse Boykins III, Seratones, Wilsen, Troi Irons, Tanika Charles, First & 15th DJs, Ham On Everything, and Echoflex.

Sunday, September 17 will feature Joey Bada$$, Big Wild, Bishop Briggs, Wavves, Gabriel Garzón-Montano, They., DJDS (DJ Dodger Stadium), Tijuana Panthers, Oddisee & Good Company, Two Feet, LVL UP, Mourn, Rafferty, Bayonne, Dude York, Sudan Archives, Ella Vos, Alex Cameron, Pop Noir, Ham On Everything, Bananas, D.A.N.C.E., and Sex Cells.

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