For the seventh year, Grand Park + The Music Center’s N.Y.E.L.A. will be the go-to central gathering place in Los Angeles as the West Coast’s flagship New Year’s celebration!
Free for all ages and expanded to include The Music Center Plaza, this unique civic event brings together Angelenos and visitors from around the globe to usher in 2020 at L.A.’s biggest music and dance party on December 31, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Starring L.A.’s best DJs and bands, this singular event will also feature its signature 3-D video projection and light show on the west side of the iconic City Hall designed by L.A.-based digital innovation studio yU+co. This year’s theme is “Who is LA 2020?” and will feature joyful and timeless images of our beautiful Angeleno community.
There will be two stages of simultaneous performances, including the largest reggaeton party crew, Gasolina, and Compton-based Banda Las Angelinas with more acts to be announced. Party-goers will also enjoy an array of on-site food trucks serving up various culinary delights available for purchase, plus pyrotechnics to ring in the New Year!
This will be an alcohol-free, family-friendly event; no beer garden or point of purchase. No alcohol is permitted in the event space.
For more information: Grand Park + The Music Center’s N.Y.E.L.A. Grand Park is located at 200 N. Grand Ave. The Music Center Plaza is located at 135 N. Grand Ave.
PARKING: Due to street closures, the parking area underneath Grand Park (Lot 10) will not be accessible during the event. Park at The Music Center Garage, aka Lot 14, located at 135 North Grand Avenue. Enter via Southbound Grand Avenue from Temple Street; or at Walt Disney Concert Hall Garage, aka Lot 16, located at 111 South Grand Avenue. Enter on 2nd Street or Lower Grand Avenue.
METRO will operate 24-hour, overnight service on Metro Rail, plus Orange and Silver Lines on New Year’s Eve with free fares from 9 p.m. on December 31, 2019 to 2 a.m. on January 1, 2020. While the Metro Red/Purple Line to Civic Center/Grand Park Station exits directly into Grand Park, Pershing Square Station and Union Station are also within walkable distance (and might be less crowded!).