Los Angeles nightlife powerhouse Stranger Than has teamed up with the renowned Petersen Automotive Museum to introduce a groundbreaking event series that merges electronic music and automotive culture.
Los Angeles nightlife powerhouse Stranger Than has teamed up with the renowned Petersen Automotive Museum to introduce a groundbreaking event series that merges electronic music and automotive culture. Breaking new ground, the museum’s design-forward rooftop will play host to the first-ever music programming, starting from July 2nd.
Curated by Israeli rising star Adam Ten and local underground maven Dead-Tones, the July 2nd event promises a forward-thinking musical experience for house and techno enthusiasts. This unprecedented collaboration aims to explore the deep-rooted connection between electronic music and the automobile industry, with Los Angeles as its backdrop.
For the first time, the Petersen Automotive Museum’s rooftop will transform into an architectural marvel, providing a striking stainless-steel ribbon facade as a unique setting for the musical spectacle. Attendees of the Stranger Than event will also have the opportunity to indulge in the museum’s extensive collection of over 300 vehicles, including the current ‘We Are Porsche’ exhibit, showcasing exclusive Porsche models in honor of the marque’s 75th anniversary.
Stranger Than, led by founder Tal Ohana, is renowned for its ability to transform unconventional locations into captivating event spaces. With their expertise in musical curation and innovative production, the collective has earned a reputation as a premier partner for global institutions like CircoLoco and Mayan Warrior.
Keep an eye out for more upcoming Stranger Than shows at the Petersen Automotive Museum as this unique collaboration continues to redefine cultural experiences in Los Angeles.
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