City of Los Angeles is celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a concert featuring renowned Asian Pacific American artists and entertainers. Pacific Bridge Concert, which is to be held on Saturday, May 21 at Los Angeles City Hall, invites everyone who is interested in Asian Pacific American culture.
David Ryu, L.A. City Councilmember who is the first Korean American and second Asian Pacific American to serve on the Los Angeles City Council, co-chaired this year’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. “This is the first sizable event happening in Los Angeles that invites Asian American artists as the main performers,” said Ryu. “We would like to emphasize the population with Asian heritage as an important part of American society. We also want to introduce outstanding talents and culture of Asian Pacific American artists and entertainers who know how to have fun together.”
This concert invites six of the most renowned Asian Pacific American artists and entertainers, including Awkwafina, Dumbfoundead, Run River North, and Kevin Oh.
Sponsored by COMCAST, NBC Universal, and PIA, this free event invites all for an evening of live-performances, fun, and food trucks.