The West Adams neighborhood will hold its fourth block party on Sunday, September 3, at 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Adams Boulevard between Hauser Avenue and Dunsmuir Avenue in Los Angeles.

The free community festival features live musical performances, art installations, local businesses and food trucks. There is a special Kid’s Zone with science, arts, and sports programming to keep the young ones entertained. The event is expected to attract over 10,000 attendees who will have the pleasure of enjoying artists of all genres.

Yoyo (Renato Ventura Moor)

Confirmed performers include Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, D Smoke, DJ Battlecat, and Soulection Takeover. Additional artist performances include Mumu Fresh, Earry Hall Takeover, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Humble G Tha Fiddla, Medusa, Boomyard Takeover with Bvlk H3ro, DJ Crooks and Kali Madden, Chris “The Glove” Taylor, Yo-Yo, Neb Luv, Emoni Fela, NÜ AFRICA Takeover with Rozay, E Honda, SlowLike Whoa, Bryant, Mariachi Quinto Sol, KCRW hosts Novena Carmel B2B Anthony Valadez and much more across two stages.

Supporters of the West Adams Block Party include the Office of 10th District Councilwoman Heather Hutt, the LA Flash, Crowns and Hops, LA84 Foundation, the City of Los Angeles, American Heart Association, Pacific Playa Realty, Delicious Pizza, Los Angeles Fire Department, the Natural History Museum – Los Angeles County, One Legacy, Versatile Studios, and Stella Georgia Productions.

The West Adams Block Party (WABP) was established in 2017 to unite the community and support local art, culture, youth, and small businesses. The event also invests in educational programming for local youth through strategic partnerships with Los Angeles institutions and by donating to programs such as the Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center.

All artists that join the party help to raise funds for the different community programs. This year, 30% of the proceeds from hospitality will be donated to after-school programs in Los Angeles County.

Neecole Cockerham, the West Adams Block Party founder was ecstatic about the 2023 event and said, “We are back and going back to our roots – back to the original spirit of the block party to benefit the community. Yes, there will be amazing performers, great local food, and fun for the kids. But we also have a focus on health and wellness, a job fair, and other needed resources.”

Mumu Fresh (Courtesy photo)

Tickets are free with RSVP ( and/or listen in on Spotify (

For more information you can visit the West Adams Block Party website ( or follow it on its socials: