We mourn the killing of George Floyd and countless unjust deaths of Black people.
We stand against systemic violence and injustice. As a gathering space that produces cultural programming, we honor Black culture by standing up for Black lives.
We continue our commitment to serve Los Angeles as The Park for Everyone – to strengthen our relationship with Black communities, and to provide an inclusive, collaborative, creative, and safe space for marginalized voices in our community to be heard. Acts of hate, discrimination, or harmful behavior will never be tolerated at Grand Park.
Let’s take care of each other, LA Fam.
For more information on Grand Park’s Celebration Spectrum by dublab for Art Rise (in collaboration with Tanya Aguiñiga & curator Mark “Frosty” McNeill), click HERE.
For more information on Grand Park’s REC Center, click HERE.
Grand Park is open during regular operating hours (5:30 AM – 10:00 PM). Please continue to practice safety protocols: wear a mask, wash your hands, and physically distance at a minimum of 6 feet. The current status of amenities until further notice:
- Dog run: closed
- Picnic tables: closed
- Playground: closed
- Restrooms: open by Starbucks (off Grand Ave.)
- Splashpad: closed
- Starbucks: open. For more information on hours, click here.
- Event Lawn (between Spring and Broadway): closed
There are no in-person events at this time.
Lunch a la Park food trucks are onsite for lunch takeout only, in Olive Court, near Starbucks. For the weekly list of trucks please click here
A city’s urban heart is an expression of its people, its diversity, its interests, and its passions. The new Grand Park, with its majestic views extending from the Music Center to City Hall, provides Angelenos of all walks of life a place where they can come together to celebrate, reflect, and shape the future, in one central gathering place. Throughout Grand Park, open spaces are available not only for casual sitting and leisurely strolling but also for civic gatherings. Grand Park has four distinct areas featuring amenities ranging from a restored historic Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain with a new wade-able membrane pool, a small intimate performance lawn, a community terrace planted with drought-tolerant specimen plants representing the diverse cultural make-up of Los Angeles itself, and a grand event lawn. The new Grand Park allows for a strong visual and physical connection from Grand Avenue via a series of stairs, accessible ramps and sloped walks as well as a new elevator to invite more pedestrians into a vibrant garden environment, a place to come together in a welcoming and distinctly urban oasis.
Grand Park is an L.A. County park powered by The Music Center.