Originating in Barcelona, Brunch Electronik brought their beloved day-to-night party to downtown Los Angeles for a day attendees won’t soon forget.

In collaboration with LA-based underground event collectives Minimal Effort and SBCLTR, the event took place on Saturday, July 6th at Exposition Park. Brunch Electronik’s organizers transformed the venue into a lush oasis with verdant trees, vines, and natural fiber decor, making it feel like you were in a dreamlike jungle rather than the heart of DTLA.

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The music was perfect throughout the day, starting light and gradually getting darker to curate a journey from day into night. Manics kicked off the day with uplifting house and disco beats before Stavroz followed with a standout live performance featuring guitars, piano and a saxophone.

DJ Harvey kept the energy high with groovy disco tunes and Maya Jane Coles took the stage at sunset to galvanize the entire crowd dancing. Will Clarke delivered a powerful mix of techno and house music, and Afterlife favorite Colyn closed the night with a deep and euphoric set.

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The stage lighting was bright and colorful, enhancing the experience with vivid light shows. With ample space for dancing, the crowd was a sophisticated mix of kind and friendly ravers.

Together with the music, the venue provided just the right ambience. Brunch Electronik boasted an expansive vendor area with unique crafts, including handmade clothing, jewelry and accessories. Food trucks, a full bar and a mocktail bar providing plenty of refreshments and eats.

The lush greenery, vibrant stage lighting and pulsating beats combined to create an unforgettable atmosphere. From the eclectic lineup to the ethereal jungle setting, every element contributed to a weekend brimming with music, community and pure bliss.

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