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Revered ‘Paradise’ Party Lands In Los Angeles

Just in time for summer kickoff, label boss Jamie Jones will bring his famed Paradise party to LA’s most beautiful locales, Grand Park, this Saturday. Located right in front of City Hall, Grand Park boasts stunning skyline views, and a lush green lawn perfect for welcoming one Ibiza’s finest parties.

What began as a summer party on the island has now become a global phenomenon. With a tastefully crafted lineup, Paradise Records has built a reputation that exemplifies the best in underground music. This year’s Paradise in the Park lineup features Loco Dice, Latmun b2b Lauren Lane, David Berrie, and local legend Doc Martin. What a better way to kick off your summer than with beautiful people and great music alongside LA’s most beautiful venues. 

Paradise has partnered with LA company Primitive for this year’s rendezvous. Primitive has thrown renowned parties with Guy Gerber and Dixon’s Innervisions label just this year alone. As the summer kicks off and the heat turns up, Paradise will fulfill your appetite for some of the best in underground music this weekend.

Tickets are still available here and check out the set times below!

Written by
Devin Lezama

Hi, I'm Devin! I'm from New York City but now spend my time in sunny Los Angeles attending shows and festivals. I'm also the founder of EDM Maniac.

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