This Saturday, Los Lobos—East L.A.’s eclectic musical veterans, known and loved for their blending of cumbia, blues, R&B and roots rock—will treat Levitt Los Angeles audiences to a high-energy performance that is sure to get everyone dancing.
With over four decades of music making under their belts, it has become clear that the way the band described themselves in their 1978 album title—Just Another Band From East L.A.—could not be further from the truth. Since forming in 1973, this multi-GRAMMY-winning band has gained the love and respect of audiences across the globe. Continue reading
We’re thrilled to see some familiar faces honoring the 1970 Grateful Dead classic, “Ripple.” This is one tribute you don’t want to miss!
Earlier this month, headlining act of last summer’s inaugural Levitt National Tour, Playing For Change, released this powerful cover in conjunction with a milestone performance in the Grateful Dead’s long and prolific career—their 50th anniversary and final concert. Continue reading
We are tremendously lucky to say that GRAMMY-winning Quetzal has graced the stages of Levitt Los Angeles and Levitt Pasadena nearly ten times.
“We keep coming back because they have the best sound, the best staff, the best audience,” says lead singer Martha González. Continue reading