Made in L.A. Music: DEEP w/ DJ Marques Wyatt + DJ Doc Martin
Happy Hour 6:30-7:30PM | Music 7:30PM
The Hammer and public radio station KCRW present four nights of free live music in the courtyard. This year, the series spotlights some of L.A.’s most enduring club nights and residencies, showcasing the city’s vibrant and diverse music scenes.
+ KCRW DJ Raul Campos
Join us at 6:30PM for a happy hour cash bar featuring the Georgia Peach, a hand-crafted cocktail created by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and a selection of L.A. brews. Snap a picture in our photo booth and check out the The Bumbys, an anonymous New York performance art duo, who will provide live typewritten "Fair & Honest Appraisals of Your Appearance." Galleries featuring Made in L.A. 2014 will be open late!
Attend the concerts, snap a pic with the Dino swizzle stick given with the Georgia Peach cocktail, post on Instagram with #WhereArtThouDino, and enter to win a Las Vegas getaway. Details here.
DEEP is nothing short of a phenomenon driving the dance music scene in Los Angeles and beyond. For 14 years, DEEP has prided itself on procuring and presenting the ﬁnest soulful electronic music DJs and artists from around the world. DEEP forges on as an internationally esteemed sanctuary for house music lovers.
For a decade, legions of music lovers have gathered to dance in freedom at LA’s longest-running weekly house music event. The scene here is unlike any other in the city: freestyle dancers break it down in their Adidas kicks and ball-caps, posh girls wearing stilettos sway to the beat, and bohemian revelers spin in carefree circles across the dance floor. In a city of velvet ropes and dress codes, DEEP is a welcome relief from surface-level judgment and the cat-and-mouse game of club-spawned booty calls. From the old to the young, gay, straight and otherwise, a sense of unity threads together this patchwork of individual expression through music. Yes, this is so much more than a night at a dance club. This is DEEP.
Made in L.A. Music is sponsored by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and IKEA Burbank.