Music Dealers Showcase Set To Light Up Pattern Bar DTLA!

As the holiday season approaches its peak, the vibrant heart of Downtown Los Angeles is poised to resonate with the dynamic rhythms of the Music Dealers Showcase, transforming the bustling city center into a captivating hub of melodic celebration! This is scheduled for Friday, December 29, from 9 PM to 2 AM, at Pattern Bar. This event is not just a celebration of electronic music but also a gathering for a deeply touching cause. It’s a fundraiser dedicated to aiding the recovery of Christian Slayer’s father from a medical illness, embodying the spirit of community and empathy.

A Night of Beats and Benevolence: The Music Dealers Showcase

The showcase boasts a lineup that’s as diverse as it is talented. Leading the pack is Tommy Church, who is set to captivate the audience with deep, soulful melodies that resonate with the event’s altruistic purpose. KP will follow, weaving a tapestry of sound that blurs the lines between genres. Meanwhile, Mt. Sierra is bringing the heat. A true artist, he has come to be known for his dynamic sets that are known to energize and inspire.

Busterkun‘s set promises to be a journey through experimental soundscapes, showcasing his unique approach to music production. Christian Slayer, the man with a mission, will not only host but also perform. He is closing out the night, adding a personal and heartfelt touch to the evening. Furthermore, each artist brings their unique flavor to the mix. In the process, making the Music Dealers Showcase a buffet of auditory delights.

Join the Cause: Details to Note

In a gesture as generous as the cause it supports, the event is free for the entire night. However, due to the expected high turnout and limited capacity, RSVP is highly recommended. This ensures that you don’t miss out on what promises to be one of the most memorable nights in DTLA’s music scene.

Event Location

Pattern Bar 100 W 9th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Lastly, The Music Dealers Showcase at Pattern Bar is more than just a night of music; it’s a celebration of community, resilience, and the healing power of art. As we groove to the tunes of KP, Tommy Church, Christian Slayer, Busterkun, and Mt. Sierra, we also stand in solidarity with a family in need. Further proving once again that music can indeed be a force for good. In conclusion, for more information, and free entry, be sure to RSVP, here.