Red Bull Music Festival LA 2019 lineup: Robyn, Rae Sremmurd and more

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The inaugural Red Bull Music Festival in Los Angeles brought together a mixture of special music and cultural experiences. The Red Bull Music Festival LA 2019 lineup has taken it one step further for this upcoming February.

Over the last several years, Red Bull Sound Select has done a killer job of bringing some one-of-a-kind events to LA. Their #30DaysInLA concert series were amazing in back-to-back Novembers in 2015 and 2016. Last October, the inaugural Red Bull Music Festival Los Angeles brought acts like St. Vincent and SOPHIE to the masses.

The festival will take place across various unique venues between February 7 and February 25. Tickets to each event go on sale Wednesday, December 5 at 12 PM Pacific Time. You can find all the ticket links here. Take a look at the rundown of events above.

Feb. 7 — San Cha at Vibiana

Hotly tipped LA-based singer-songwriter San Cha takes traditional Mexican music and turns it on its head. On the opening night of Red Bull Music Festival Los Angeles, she’ll bring an original multifaceted vision to life, a showcase of some of Los Angeles’ most talented musicians and her own Latinx roots. Centering the narrative on the familiar dramatic structures of telenovelas she grew up watching, this one night engagement will come together in the halls of Vibiana, a 19th century cathedral in Downtown Los Angeles. The Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp alumna will include music from mariachi trio La Victoria, Afro-Latin band Yanga, Latin slow disco from her own band (featuring members of Sister Matnos and F U Pay Us) as well as performance direction from multidisciplinary artist Sebastian Hernandez. In short, this opening night will be one full of surprises.

Feb. 8 to Feb. 25 — Center Channel

Center Channel is a series of gatherings meant to explore how sound complements the storytelling in film, TV, and other image-based media. Red Bull Music has teamed up with curators from LA’s local music and film scenes for two weeks of programming. With events such as film premieres, screenings, panels, and more, Center Channel offers a vibrant community space in the historic Ukrainian Culture Center on the border of Hollywood.

Feb. 14 — Heartbeats: A Night with Rae Sremmurd and Guests

On Valentine’s Day, rap royalty Rae Sremmurd host an eclectic show inspired by the golden age of Hollywood. Their own inimitable tracks will be paired with covers of iconic love songs of past and present, putting a contemporary slant on classic silver screen romance. Within the halls of a historic bank vault in Downtown Los Angeles, Rae Sremmurd and a handful of surprise guests will make this a holiday worth remembering.

Feb. 16 — Illegal Civ Movie Motel

Founded by the multitalented Mikey Alfred, Illegal Civilization is an eclectic crew based in Los Angeles. Through producing, directing, designing, curating, skating, and much more, they’ve made an impact across the arts and collaborated with the likes of Jonah Hill, Spike Jonze, Kali Uchis, Tyler the Creator, and Frank Ocean. On February 16, a day-long event in an iconic ’50s-era motel will showcase the wide-ranging vision of Alfred and his crew, featuring music from Tierra Whack, Tommy Genesis, Show Me The Body, 1TakeJay, Sunni Colón, Warm Brew and more. This day long event at the Pink Motel in Sun Valley is a celebration of Illegal Civilization’s work in music, film, skating and beyond.

Feb. 21 — Gunner Stahl & Friends

Hip-hop photographer Gunner Stahl is known for capturing raw moments with some of the world’s most iconic musicians. Shooting the likes of Tyler the Creator, Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, Gucci Mane, The Weeknd and many others, the 26-year-old has become his generation’s hip-hop documentarian. For one night only, experience the most current sounds in hip-hop as seen through the eyes of a visionary photographer. Stahl will lead the night with a DJ set capturing this sound — with surprise guest performances from a range of familiar faces from his work behind the camera.

Feb. 22 + 23 — Robyn

Following her long hiatus, Swedish pop auteur Robyn made a resounding comeback with 2018’s masterful Honey. Her dynamic approach to pop music continues to go well beyond catchy singles and dancefloor anthems, looking deeper into themes of empowerment and escapism inherent to the genre. As part of Red Bull Music Festival Los Angeles, Robyn will bring her spectacular live show to the city for the first time since 2010. She’ll perform her hits new and old across two nights at The Palladium in the heart of Hollywood.

Feb. 23 show + Feb. 23-28 Exhibition: The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar Games’s Red Dead Redemption 2 is an epic Western outlaw story with an equally impressive 80-hour score, spearheaded by composer Woody Jackson of Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack fame. Red Bull Music has partnered with Rockstar Games to reimagine this extraordinary piece of dynamic score as a unique auditory installation. Fans will be able to experience a full ensemble performance featuring Woody Jackson, experimental Indonesian duo Senyawa and more musicians featured on the game’s score. Additional event details to follow.