Dance the night away at Orange County Great Park

Hollywood’s
hottest DJs and the world’s hottest dancers heat up the Great Park
this weekend as Flights & Sounds Summer Festival celebrates contemporary dance.  Join in the fun as DJ Casey Conner and DJ
Hapa move the turntables and rock the crowds. 
Then, catch the acrobatic moves of Korean b-boying break-dancing
sensation Last for One

 

It’s a DJ House Party at the
Orange County Great Park on Friday, August 20th at 8:00 p.m. where
you will want to dance to the beats of today’s most in-demand DJs.   DJ Hapa has rocked the hottest clubs and
events across the world, and is the DJ for the KTLA morning show.   DJ Casey Conner’s dynamic approach to
spinning the turntables has made her one of the most sought after celebrity
DJ’s in Hollywood.  Come early and get ready to dance with a
little help from Great Park dance instructors at 7:30 p.m. DJs start spinning
at 8:00 p.m.

 

Come back to the Great
Park on Saturday, August 21st at 8:00 p.m. to see Last for One, the Korean
hip-hop break dancing crew that has helped bring mainstream attention to an
underground art.  Last for One are the
winners of the 2005 International Battle of the Year, and have since become
internationally recognized b-boy kings. 

 

Before Saturday’s performance, visitors can enjoy the Great Park
Comedy Corner at 7:00 p.m. featuring Dante with special guests Rebekah Kochan
and David Marley.
Admission to Flights & Sounds Summer Festival dance and concert
series is free, and parking is just $10.

 

Upcoming
2010 summer performers include a wide variety of first-rate artists, featuring
five-time Grammy Award-winning Blind Boys of Alabama,
local surfing champion and artist Donavon Frankenreiter, Hector del Curto’s Eternal Tango Quintet and Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys.

 

Flights & Sounds Summer Festivalis
presented by the Orange County Great Park Corporation in partnership with Irvine Barclay Theatre. Concertgoers can
watch the show from chairs provided in a temporary concert pavilion or bring
their own chairs to listen to the music from the Great Park Lawn.

 

Before each performance, Hangar 244 is transformed into the Hangar
Caf, a lounge-like dining area serving up everything from snacks to full
dinners, along with refreshments. The menu features themed items inspired by
the global mix of musicians, and visitors can choose to also pre-order their
picnics by visiting www.ocgp.org.

 

The Orange County Great Park is located off the 405 or 5 Freeways
at Sand Canyon and Marine Way in Irvine.
Admission
is to Flights & Sounds Summer Festival dance and concert
series is free, and parking is just $10.

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