Metro Art Presents KCRW Summer Nights at Union Station

Join Metro Art and KCRW for two nights of music with KCRW DJs Jeremy Sole + Chris Douridas (July 20) and Raul Campos + SiLVA (July 27) featuring L.A.-based band, The South Hill Experiment. Dance the summer nights away in one of L.A.’s architectural jewels!

 

July 20, 2024

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM KCRW DJ Chris Douridas
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole

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July 27, 2024

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM KCRW DJ SiLVA
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM South Hill Experiment
8:30 PM – 10:00 PM KCRW DJ Raul Campos

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RSVP to these FREE events is encouraged but not required. The first 40 visitors to present their TAP cards to the Metro Art info table will receive a free Metro Art book, Los Angeles Through the Eyes of Artists!

 

About The South Hill Experiment

The South Hill Experiment (S/H/E) is the band of brothers Baird and Gabe Acheson, raised in Baltimore and now based in Los Angeles. Both accomplished artists and producers in their own right, the brothers built S/H/E as a place — their warehouse studio on South Hill St, LA— and as a state of mind: making music as catharsis. 2023 kicked off S/H/E’s trilogy of LPs, with MOONSHOTS (LP1) marking the duo’s ethereal beginnings, and SUNSTRIKES (LP2) introducing guests such as Jeff Parker and earning a co-sign from the legendary David Byrne. March 2024 saw the release of an even more collaborative EP, South Hill & Friends, with features from Karriem Riggins, Maxo, Buck Raines, and Sofía Campos. To promote these projects, the brothers have pulled a variety of stunts, including a 24-hour live-streamed jam, free DIY rooftop shows, and running an actual marathon for a music video. After sold out dates in LA and NY, a live session on KCRW, and the band’s SXSW debut, the brothers are gearing up for the final installment of their trilogy and most ambitious project to date, EARTHBREAKS (LP3). Welcome to the Experiment.

 

About KCRW

KCRW is your always-on connection to music, news, culture, and each other — on the radio, online, and in-person. They belong to Los Angeles, connecting diverse perspectives and the sounds of Southern California with curious communities around the corner and around the world.

KCRW is NPR’s flagship member station in Southern California and a community service of Santa Monica College. You can find their broadcast signal in LA, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Mojave, Palm Springs, San Luis Obispo, and worldwide via the KCRW app and at kcrw.com.

 

Getting there

Go Metro! Los Angeles Union Station is accessible via Metro Rail, Metro Bus, Metro Bike Share, Metrolink, Amtrak and several municipal bus lines. Take the Metro A, B, D or J Line directly to Los Angeles Union Station. Plan your trip using the Transit app, the trip planner at metro.net or by calling 323.GO.METRO.

Parking is available at Union Station for $8.

Your safety is what’s most important to us, and we want to ensure that you have a safe, clean, and comfortable ride. But we want your help, too! If you see something on your journey, please report it using our Transit Watch app –– a quick, easy and anonymous way for you to directly connect to Metro Security anytime. Use the app to report suspicious activity or safety issues. But also remember to call 911 in an emergency.

 

About Metro Art    

Metro Art enhances the customer experience with visual and performing arts that encourages ridership and connects people and neighborhoods in LA County.

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