Entertainment Grand Park's New Year's celebration is going virtual this...

Grand Park’s New Year’s celebration is going virtual this time

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LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles’ greatest New Year’s Eve festivity is going virtual — and public — this year.

The eighth yearly Grand Park Countdown will be transferred live on YouTube and broadcast live on Fuse TV.

Coordinators of the occasion will put on an hour and a half music and dance party so individuals can introduce 2021 securely at home.

Grammy-assigned DJ Steve Aoki, rapper BIA and against boyband AQUIHAYAQUIHAY are among the included specialists.

“I’m from L.A.,” Aoki said. “My heart’s here. My name’s here, Dim Mak’s from here, and I’m generally here with your folks, so to do this is extremely exceptional to me and I trust it’s unique to every other person.”

No one will be permitted to assemble in Grand Park for the festival. More data can be discovered on the web.

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