BET Networks and AEG have partnered with Baldwin Hills Crenshaw in Los Angeles, CA to present an exciting, free weekly Saturday concert series leading up to the BET Experience. The concerts, free of charge and open to the public, conclude with a final performance on Saturday, June 21.
Set to take the stage this Saturday, June 7, is Marsha Ambrosius. She follows recent performers Eric Bellinger, Adrian Marcel and Mateo, who performed last Saturday, May 31.
Additional artists slated to perform in the coming weeks include Eric Benet, Day 26, RaVaughn, Dondria and Mila J.
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"The road to BET Experience at L.A. Live presented by Coca-Cola is guaranteed to be an exciting journey as the Los Angeles community gears up for the upcoming BET weekend that includes 3 nights of concerts at STAPLES Center and Club Nokia, a 2-day FREE fan fest, the Sprite Celebrity Basketball game, Genius Talks, live tapings of “106 & Park,” a Gospel showcase and more – all leading up to the “BET Awards” on Sunday, June 29, 2014," reports BET.
“We’re thrilled to expand the impact of the BET Experience at L.A. Live to include a weekly concert series at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw,” said Paxton Baker, EVP and GM of Centric and BET executive in charge of BET Experience. “We will showcase an exciting musical line-up featuring some of our Music Matters artists and a few surprises along the way on the Road to the BET Experience.”
“We are excited about our partnership with BET,” said Kenneth T. Lombard, Vice Chairman – Investments & Partner at Capri Capital Partners, the owner of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw. “For the past five years, we‘ve strived to support our community through the BHCP Live! music series. This year’s partnership with BET through The Road to the BET Experience and its highly-acclaimed Music Matters program is another example of our commitment to bring top-notch, free entertainment to our shoppers and our surrounding communities.”
All concerts begin at 3 p.m. Outdoor seating on the promenade is limited, so guests are encouraged to arrive early.