Watch a highlight from this spring’s State of LA! Sonic Solidarity event
LOUD Community members talk about Black and Afro-Latinx experiences in media. Moderated by Diana Diaz, Solidarity for Sanctuary Co-Executive Director.
Afro-Brazilian rhythms take center stage.
Enjoy the exuberance of contemporary Indian music and dance, including Bollywood- and Bhangra-inspired lessons.
A showcase of the longest-running Asian American open mic night in the country.
A stage for some of the best international and home-grown jazz voices.
A celebration of Native artists and those who first made the area now called Los Angeles home.
The Ford stage transforms into Mictlan, a mythical Aztec world
A summit of DJs and cultural producers who shape the global sounds of L.A.’s nightlife.
A celebration of wellness, holistic health, and self-care
Relive a soulful performance from a dance music icon.
Discussion and readings with some of the city's most prominent literary leaders about the state of poetry in Los Angeles and 2020 America.
Los Panchos and Trio Ellas celebrate the beautiful traditional sounds of Mexico.
Latinx musicians, poets, and activists come together to elevate the conversation and promote solidarity between Black and Brown communities.
Inspiring dance from a Los Angeles institution
Explore the vibrant history of hip-hop and streetdance.
Mexican folk art and dance on a grand stage.
A summit on the contemporary Latinx sound, plus music by UMI, Ambar Lucid, and Amindi.
Celebrating Afro-Brazilian culture through a bold blend of traditional and contemporary dance.
The fierce power of traditional Japanese drumming, with a fresh, multi-cultural perspective.
Watch the venue’s 2014-2017 transformation take shape.
Tom Carroll of Tom Explores Los Angeles explains why there's a cross on top of the hills above The Ford.
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