BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hill has announced that the Next Night Block Part is returning to the area on Saturday, September 23. The NEXT NIGHT is a block party celebrating the city’s community: the people, the food, the entertainment and the businesses.

According to a press release Canyon News received from Therese Kosterman, Public Information Manager for the city of Beverly Hills, the 200 block of South Beverly Drive will once again be “pedestrian only” for a bigger community event, featuring live bands and DJs, food trucks, restaurant specials, a beer & wine garden, and pop-up shops.

“This specially curated evening will showcase a mix of local artists and businesses, with an emphasis on goods crafted right here in Beverly Hills. Attendees of last year’s event will be enchanted by NEXT NIGHT’s development, featuring many more exceptional attractions and memorable experiences,” states the press release.

NEXT NIGHT will transpire from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. and stretches from Charleville Boulevard to Gregory Way along S. Beverly Drive. Attendance is free to the public and all ages are encouraged to attend. Dogs that are on leashes and well behaved are also welcome.

There will be a designated Uber/Lyft drop off point near Gregory Way, at the southern end of the 200 block of Beverly Drive. Parking is available at the Beverly Hills parking garages located at 216 S. Beverly Drive and 242 N. Beverly Drive.

NEXT NIGHT is spearheaded by Next Beverly Hills, a committee of young leaders appointed by the BH mayor and the Beverly Hills City Council to engage residents through innovative initiatives that pinpoint their lifestyles, economic and civic needs. For more information on the committee visit