Los Angeles Framework announces series of parties

Framework have announced all their latest events for 2023. The likes of Fatboy Slim, Charlotte de Witte, Camelphat and Afterlife play across several epic venues like Pershing Square and XS Nightclub.

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Framework, the groundbreaking underground party that originated in Los Angeles, is making a comeback with a spectacular season of events planned for the end of 2023.

Celebrated locations such as Pershing Square, LA Historic Park, The Shrine Expo Hall, The Shrine Outdoors, The Vermont, Avalon Hollywood, and Wynn Resorts Las Vegas play host to these famously immersive, forward-thinking, and high production value parties.

Things to do in Los Angeles: Framework 2023 parties

These parties feature carefully curated and eclectic international headliners such as Camelphat, Fisher, Chris Lake, Mochakk, Fatboy Slim, Charlotte de Witte, Purple Disco Machine, Afterlife, and many more.

Over the course of the past ten years, Framework has solidified its reputation as one of the most forward-thinking, diversified, and meticulously selected underground event organizers to emerge from Los Angeles.

Over the course of its history, it has hosted more than 200 of the world’s most significant musicians and over 1.5 million dancers at 35 various international sites across the globe. Framework has earned a tremendous amount of respect within the industry, and as a result, the company has become one of the most prominent advisors, talent buyers, and marketing partners for companies that are interested in providing the most genuine and original dance music experiences in new and developing countries.

It is now putting all of that expertise into practice once again with an extraordinary string of occurrences.

Mark Andryzek, Director of Talent, was recently quoted as saying the following in an interview with Forbes:

We really try to sit down and think hard about every single event that we do because we want to know, is this going to, first and foremost, make people happy? That is the thing that should be emphasized the most. But more importantly, what are the implications of this for the city of Los Angeles? What exactly does this entail for the Southern California region? What impact will this have on those living on the West Coast? We don’t want to just put on a show and hope that people buy tickets to see it. We want to make sure that we are involved in every step of the process, from the very beginning to the very end. We want every single one of our clients to walk out of our establishment and exclaim, “Wow, what is the next one?”

The lineup and the artists

In September, they will be welcoming Ben Bohmer (Live), Barry Can’t Swim, Camelphat open to close, Rufus Du Sol for a DJ set, Fatboy Slim, Holographic, Dom Dolla, Charlotte de Witte, and many more. The highlights come thick and fast. Purple Disco Machine, Chromeo, the annual Art of the Wild Festival featuring Carl Cox, Black Coffee, Guy Gerber, Mochakk, PAWSA, and more, two Afterlife shows, Chris Lake and Fisher, Franky Wah and Korolova, Boys Noize, Fideles, Kolsch, Jeremy Olander, Hernan Cattaneo, Diplo, Miss Monique, and Solomon will play at Lost Nights & Framework Present in Tulum on January 2nd.

The full Framework Los Angeles calendar is available below.

Framework Los Angeles calendar
Framework Los Angeles calendar