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The Los Angeles Paella Wine & Beer Festival in DTLA

The Los Angeles Paella Wine & Beer Festival is coming!

Fifty chefs from California-Baja California region and Spain will compete
for the title of Best Paella in Los Angeles at the 3 rd Annual Paella Wine & Beer Festival to be held onOctober 7 th , from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at Pershing Square (532 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA)

The Los Angeles Paella Wine & Beer Festival is a celebration of Paella – a dish that comes to us from Spain, with origins dating back to the eighteenth century. It is a saffron-infused rice dish that marries bold flavors and delightful textures. Combined with a variety of meats, shellfish and vegetables, paella was originally a peasant's meal cooked over an open fire in the fields and eaten directly from the pan using wooden spoons. The dish takes its name from the wide shallow pan that it is cooked in, traditionally called the paella or paellera. The recipe commonly known as paella can more accurately be referred to as Arroz a la Paella (rice done in paella-style). Today, paella recipes have become somewhat of an art form – ranging from decadent meats and seafoods to vegan and vegetarian.

The Los Angeles Paella, Wine & Beer Festival, will feature UNLIMITED TASTING PAELLA that will feed over 5,000 people. We are proud to have one of the World-Wide Semifinals of Paella Valenciana in Los Angeles, competing with other eight countries. The Food Festival will also feature more than 50 acclaimed Paella chefs and their teams which will gather from across the globe to compete for the title of: “Best Paella Valenciana in Los Angeles”

The Los Angeles Paella Wine & Beer Festival will also feature dozens of acclaimed local and international wineries, breweries and tequilerias with UNLIMITED WINE & BEER TASTINGS, Sangria, Spirits and Spanish Tapas for sale. Fifty Regional and International Chefs to Compete for the Best Paella Participating chefs include Mario Medina, Leo Razo, Luis Roger, Chris Tzorin, Claudia Sandoval, Miguel Angel Guerrero, Andrew Spurgin, Javier Gonzalez, Flor Franco, and Jesus Melero and Miguel Sanfeliu, both from Spain. A panel of ten chefs will judge the paellas a select the winner. The

Festival will also feature 20 wineries, 10 beer companies, and 10 tequileros from California, Mexico, and Spain. The winner of the paella Valenciana will be going to Spain to compete for the world title of best Paella Valenciana in Chueca Valencia Spain.

Restaurateur and Chef Vicente Ortiz will be cooking the biggest Paella

ever cooked in the USA. Los Angeles Paella, Wine & Beer Festival will also feature a number of Spanish & Mexican music and dance performers who will create a one-of- a-kind festive atmosphere.

For more information about the festival, please visit www.paellawinefest.com. General
admission tickets cost $50 and may be purchased online. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the festival’s non-profit partner, CANICA USA Inc Images can be found at https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B57v_6KFLxBUMG9kam1pbjdaVlU
Along with teaser video clip here https://vimeo.com/231312447

Instagramable new Cafe in DTLA – DF Casa Cubana Grand Opening celebration

Don Francisco’s Coffee just opened it’s first brick & mortar location in Downtown Los Angeles with “Casa Cubana” a beautiful Cuba inspired Café complete with sweet and savory Cuban bites, beer, wine and of course Coffee!

Grand Opening celebration all week with giveaways, samples and events. Bring your camera, and get your Instagram ready as this little cafe is picture perfect.

See schedule of events below.

After 140 years, the Gavina Family prepares to celebrate 50 years in the coffee business in America. This year they have taken a bold move for a coffee roaster, they have opened their first ever brick & mortar location for the Don Francisco’s coffee brand with “Casa Cubana” a beautiful Cuba inspired Café complete with sweet and savory Cuban & Spanish –style bites, beer, wine and of course on-site coffee roasting!

This new venture is more than a mere café, it is an expression of the culture, both the coffee and that of rich Cuban traditions. Steeped in tradition and four generations in the coffee business, the details and care will make this coffee shop special.

The interior is decadent, floral and tropical, a sort of sanctuary right in the middle of Downtown LA, it will transport you to the warm tropical breezes of Cuba. The interior is an instagram goldmine with so many interesting details around every corner; you’ll want to stay a while and just soak it in, while you post your pictures; #DFcasacubana. Th design is by DTLA locals Omgivning. Nothing was overlooked, you will find antiques of the coffee business, tables used for coffee cupping, comfy lounge areas with foliage, patio seating and a free Wi-Fi.

Once inside prepare yourself for a tsate of Cuban and Spanish delights! The menu boasts over 20 items to indulge in ranging from breakfast, sandwiches, savory & sweet pastries and desserts. Pork & Plantain Hash Sandwich, Tortilla Española, Media Noche, Ropa Vieja, Pollo al Ajillo, Papa Rellena, Empanada de Chorizo, Pastelitos de Carne and Pastelito de Guayaba y Queso are less than half the offerings on the menu and that does not even touch the juices, coffee, espresso, beer and wine!

Coffee is the key to the success of the Gavina family and at Casa Cubana it is front and center. Traditional Cuban coffee drinks include Café Cubano, Cortadito, and Café Latte which can be ordered from the coffee bar. For a more personal experience, customers can visit the onsite roasting and cupping area. The café will sell Don Francisco coffee brands as well as a unique blend roasted onsite and specifically for Casa Cubana.

This new opening represents another great leap for the rapidly growing Spring Arcade Building and continues to solidify it as the next “go to” spot for food & drinks with a side of history! Nestled between Cliftons near 8th and Grand Central just passed 4th, Spring Arcade bridges a wide gap in the historic core and brings some luster back to the famed Broadway Avenue corridor.  This new addition will join the ranks of Blu Jam Café, Guisados, Kai Japanese Roots, Gelateria Uli, Crepes Sans Frontieres, Garcons de Café and the soon to open Royal Claytons as the hot new culinary enclave in the Historic Core of DTLA.

Gavina Coffee roasted over 44 million pounds of coffee last year and is expected to grow again this year. Don’t be surprised if in the next few years you see a few more coffee shops and cafés pop up for the company in Southern California, but for now let’s enjoy our little slice of Cuba in the middle of Downtown Los Angeles.

Tuesday, September 5th, 7 am – 7 pm
• First 50 customers receive a free gift
• Samples of coffee and bites available all day
• 12 – 3 pm Roasting Demonstrations
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Wednesday, September 6th, 7 am – 9 pm
• First 50 customers receive a free gift
• Samples of coffee and bites available all day
• Meet World Barista Champion Pete Licata
• 12 – 3 pm Roasting Demonstrations
• 6 – 9 pm Barista Throwdown (go to our event page for more details)
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Thursday, September 7th, 7 am – 8 pm
• First 50 customers receive a free gift
• Samples of coffee and bites available all day
• Meet World Barista Champion Pete Licata
• 12 – 3 pm Roasting Demonstrations
• 5:30 pm Ribbon Cutting with L.A. City Council Member Jose Huizar
• 6 – 8 pm Reception with Musical Entertainment

 

Don Francisco’s Coffee Casa Cubana

Open 7am-7pm daily (dinner hours coming soon)

541 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

#DonFranciscoscoffee #DFcasacubana

 

Best New Breakfast in DTLA – Blu Jam Cafe

When it comes to Breakfast in DTLA the options have always been limited. But now with Los Angeles breakfast powerhouse open, Blu Jam Cafe is poised to take over the Breakfast, Brunch scene in DTLA. This is the type of restaurant that prides itself on making as much as possible from scratch, sourcing local and organic food and taking care of its customers.

This new opening represents the tipping point for the now rapidly growing Spring Arcade Building and solidifies it as the next “go to” spot for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch and Dinner. The Spring Arcade has had its ups and downs over the years, despite first emerging as a possible contender for the title of “next great thing” after the boom of Grand Central Market began a few years ago. Plenty of concepts have moved in, including Kai Japanese Roots, Guisados, Gelateria Uli, Garçons de Café wine bar, Crêpes Sans Frontières, but plenty of other names have dropped in and out of the conversation just as quickly too. Now with the new arrival of this delicious restaurant more folks will be drawn to the airy open arcade. This new anchor to the neighborhood will join the soon to open Royal Claytons, Don Francisco Coffee roasters as the new food enclave takes shape.

Blu Jam will now be the crown jewel of the breakfast and brunch scene in Downtown Los Angeles with the type of menu that makes you want to get up early to eat. The best way to describe the variety of titillating dishes is “Creatively Eclectic”.

You will not find many typical breakfast items on the menu. Instead, enjoy the Brunch Carbonara – Gluten-Free Risotto with crispy smoked bacon, green peas, parsley and parmesan, topped with two poached eggs and a herb pistou. Scrumptious! For the Health and Fitness minded, try the Power House – Six egg whites scrambled with baby spinach, and fresh basil, with two grilled free-range chicken breasts and house made San Marzano tomato sauce. To please your inner-child, try Kamil’s Breakfast – Pan-roasted macaroni scrambled with eggs, smoked bacon, ham, garlic, chives and cheddar cheese.

All of the soups, sauces and dressings are made fresh daily. You will not find a freezer in the kitchen. Every dish is cooked to order. Blu Jam Cafe in DTLA will also be adding fresh baked bread made in-house to its arsenal of amazing food, although it may take a few months for the perfectionist Majer to present it to the public.

Today, Kamil is involved in all the day-to-day operations at Blu Jam, and can regularly be found managing the kitchen and interacting with guests. He routinely conducts blind taste tests of items on the menu to make sure his customers are being treated to the best experience possible. “We have local produce delivered six days a week. There are no freezers. If I cannot pronounce an ingredient, I will neither use it nor will I eat it,” Kamil boasts proudly.
Blu Jam’s hours run from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, with an extension to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Keep an ear out for Pop-Up dinners in the space as the owner Chef Kamil Majer experiments with new dishes.

Blu Jam Downtown (Spring Arcade Building)
541 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Pro Tip: The best time to go to Blu Jam is 8am-11am Monday-Friday when there are no lines (yet). Below is a handy coupon you can use during this week (6/12-6/16), Just show your server on your phone and enjoy!

Downtown Dark Nights Returns to L.A. LIVE with Entertainment Curated by @WeAreDTLA

Downtown Dark Nights Fri 6/3/16One of DTLA’s most exciting late-night FREE art events returns to L.A. LIVE on Friday, June 3, 2016 @ 6-11pm! In addition to entertainment curated by Melissa Richardson Banks aka @DowntownMuse and Edgar Varela of @WeAreDTLA, L.A. LIVE turns into a “happy hour” celebration with $5 food and drink menus until 10PM from participating on-site restaurants.

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DEEJAY: Francesca Harding 

MUSIC: BECA :: Bombay Beach Revival :: Diana Meyer :: Disco Shrine :: Sunshine Mind

MURALISTSAiseBorn :: Andre Miripolsky :: Armando Rosete :: Cache :: Devin Liston :: Evol :: James Wilde XO :: Joseph Lee :: Nathan Smith :: Paul Juno :: Phobik :: Yo Chubs

ART INSTALLATIONS & PERFORMANCES: Air Dimensional Design :: Body Painting by Nicolette Spear :: Global Angel Wings Project by Colette Miller :: Hula Hoopers :: LA Clown :: LED Sculptures by Artist Cynthia Minet :: Live Painting by Jesse Fortune :: The Ringmaster :: Roaming Dancers + Break Dancers by Hollywood Hotshots :: Stilt Walkers & Character Performers :: Break Dance Performances by Versa Style Dance

VENDORS: Benjibug Art :: BlackBrain :: Brinko Ties :: CA Souls Jewelry :: Dane Capo Art :: DejaVita :: District Los Angeles :: Downtown Muse :: Freedumb Founded :: Goat & Kettle :: Hollywood & Twine :: Ichiban Bath Co. :: I Must Draw :: London Manori :: Mayu Silk Art :: Mexico Collective :: Modern Multiples :: Nepal Handicrafts Studio :: Panache Jewelry :: Paper & Fabric :: Pileus Chaotic Art :: Pop & Timber :: Princess CNK :: REN Gallery :: Reza Kassai :: Rozella ImageWorks :: Shay Candles :: Silhouettes by Jordan :: Silla Dilla Grape :: Soy Candles by Susan B :: Swing-Dash Bags :: THTLA :: Twisting Metal Arts

GO! Sound Saturday Returns to Arts District Co-op

Come to the Arts District Co-op for a fun, FREE, all-ages day filled with live music, art, fashion, and food! Sound Saturday is back with yet another awesome lineup during 1-7pm (shopping begins at 12 noon and ends at 8pm). This month’s talent includes Sumkind, Peter Su, Paper Chains, PHAIR_ by phatthighz, Coals, and Dysrupt.

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Arts District Co-op
453 Colyton Street
Los Angeles 90013

HOURS: Tue-Thu 11am-7pm; Fri-Sun 12-8pm (closed Mon)
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SET TIMES
1-2pm: Sumkind deejay set
2-3pm: Peter Su
3-4pm: Paper Chains
4-5pm: PHAIR_ by phatthighz
5-6pm: Coals
6-7pm: Dysrupt

FOOD TRUCKS
Bohemia: This eclectic truck specializes in diverse, tasty food inspired by the chef’s world travels. Don’t miss their delicious twists on burgers, fries, and classic LA street tacos!
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MUSIC

Sumkind: This LA-based electronic musician plays keyboard and guitar while singing supported by heavy sub, grimy bass, and hard drums encapsulated by a world of abstract atmospheric soundscapes. The performance and production alike combine the live improvisational energy of a traditional band with the spectral range and power of a DJ set.

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Peter Su: If The Beach Boys got together with Leonard Cohen to harmonize over some sweet melodies, you’d get an artist like Peter Su. Before he was a songwriter in LA, Peter used to be a venture capitalist on Sand Hill, investing in startups in the daytime and playing music at night. A few years ago, he realized how blindly ambitious he’d been and left the 9-to-5 path to pursue his lifelong dream to make good, loving music for people, no matter where it led. These days, he spends most of his time songwriting and making people’s days a little more joyful as a street performer on the Santa Monica Pier. This year he went into Sunset Sound to record his debut album “Into the Sea”, a song cycle about his search for his true calling, to be released this January. Besides the pier, you can peep Peter on instagram @petersumusic or find him performing around LA singer-songwriter venues like Room 5 and featuring at festivals such as 626 Night Market.

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Paper Chains: Diamonds and Jonny formed Paper Chains after relocating from Brooklyn, New York to Los Angeles in 2014. Mixing Art, Fashion and Rock n’ Roll, they draw from their diverse backgrounds into an exciting multimedia experience. Stereo Diamonds’ sexy but smart vocals cut through battling guitars and synths over driving dance rock beats. This wall of sound is created live, without pre-recorded tracks giving the band freedom to push musical boundaries at any time. Paper Chains are currently playing shows along the west coast and recording an EP to be released Independently this fall.

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Phair_by phatTHIGHz: This LA-based electronic producer/beat maker is in charge of every aspect of her compositions. Using crunchy distortion, crisp high hats, glitched synth lines, samples pulled from public service announcements from the 1950’s, and screwed vocals, the visual translation of Phair’s sets would most likely look like pastel pink liquid melting, combined with color static from a glitched television.

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Coals: Owen Cole, a 22-year-old Angeleno went to school in Boston where he began studying sound and slowly found the way in which he wants to utilize it. Coals will be releasing a feature-length record in the spring that is heavily influenced from everything like ambient pieces to “chopped n’screwed” tones. Expect to hear some of his sounds along with remixes and tracks from friends and artists that inspire him. There is no guaranteed direction, just simple fun.

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DYSRUPTCheck out the beats by Sean Sullivan, a dark and dirty DnB DJ since 1996 and working as DnB production since 2010.

GO! Boomtown Brewery Launches Friday Night Series 6pm-1am

Boomtown Brewery opens its doors this Friday with $5 freshly made brews all night long, 6pm-1am! Come if you like beer … or if you like people who like beer. Part of a continuing fall series of Friday night events (mark your calendar!), this Friday, October 9th offers music by Deejay Aubrey spinning funk, electro, rock, alternative indie, and pop music and grilling by Dogtown Dogs food truck.

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Boomtown Brewery
700 Jackson St.
Los Angeles 90012

OUR FAVORITE BOOMTOWN BREWERY BEERS!
Limelight IPA (7% ABV): This classic robust IPA is made with a blend of Citra, Amarillo, and Mosaic hops. It has hoppy notes of guava, stone fruit, and grapefruit that are balanced with malty caramel tones and a solid, yet clean bitterness. The Limelight IPA is a big beer with big flavor.

Nosejob IPA (6.8%): A West Coast classic, this IPA is deep gold in color and brimming with a mix of citrus, tropical fruit, and piney hoppiness. The nose is a blend of sweet citrus mixed with deep fruity notes. The Nosejob IPA is hoppy up front, but finishes with a nice balance of light malt sweetness and a clean solid bittering.

Ingenue Belgian White Ale (4.8% ABV): This blonde ale is inspired by working-class ales of Hainaut, Belgium. It is a white beer made of Belgian pilsner malt, white winter wheat, rolled oats, and lightly hopped with imported Czech Saaz (which is a “noble” variety of hops named after the Czech city of Žatec, which in German is Saaz). It is then brewed with extremely soft water to create a feeling in your mouth that matches the effects of the oats. The Ingenue is full of sweet bready notes with a nice creamy body, yet it finishes clean and dry.

GO! Downtown Dark Nights on FRI 8/28 @ 6pm-12am

L.A. LIVE’s most exciting night returns with Downtown Dark Nights on Friday, August 28 @ 6pm to 12 midnight! Don’t miss live musicians, performers, artists and indie craft vendors PLUS unbeatable $5 food & drink specials at participating L.A. LIVE restaurants! Fun, fun, fun all night in Downtown Los Angeles!

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LIVE MUSIC :: LIVE ART :: LIVE PERFORMANCES

DEEJAY: DJ Gazoo Olmedo​ (Calentura, Subsuelo)

MUSIC: Ben Caron & The Joy Machine​ – Bullet & Snowfox​Brenda Carsey & The AweThe Vignes Rooftop Revival​Hedgehog Swing​ – Ryan & Liz Dueling PianosSaxophonist Justin Klunk  – Rachel Grace Electric Violin

MURALISTS: EvolPaul JunoRon KingJames Wilde – Yo ChubsZouehMDMNArmando RoseteBlacklight King

EASEL PAINTERS: David SchonhoffJulie ArnoffJett JacksonNora Ann-Francis Martin-HallJesse Fortune

ART INSTALLATIONS & PERFORMANCES: P.O.P. Unplugged Drumming Troupe – Stilt Walking Costumed Performances by Rebecca “Fireplug” Levis & Brady SpindelLED Hula Hoop performances – Break Dancing and Swing Dancing by Hollywood Hotshots & Versa Style Crew – FREE Glowing Tarot Readings by Seraphime Angelis – Fire Dancers & LED CharactersBody Painting by Nicolette Spear

ARTISANS: A Blonde & Her BagBenjibug ArtBottled Up LampsCandle StashCopra SoapCowpunk LeatherCurmudgeon CardsDowntown MuseFreaky WalletHeadband HavenHeather Renae DesignsHollyWood & TwineHumanTreeRobotiMakeTheCaseLA-matic SkateboardsLondon ManoriMabuhay CollectionMacBeanieMaeMae JewelryNightFloObjects with PurposeONYX XOXOPanache JewelryPileus Chaotic Art – Pretty & Perky – Quetzal BoutiqueRad UncleRoots Revival Co. – ROTD CreationsShay CandlesSilla Dilla GrapeThe Small Shop LA – SoCal Etsy GuildThe Record TruckUnique Inspirations Jewelry – The Wicked Boheme

$5 FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS: Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar The Farm of Beverly Hills at LA Live – KATSUYA – Lawry’s CarveryLive Basil Pizza LA Live – The Mixing RoomRed MangoRock’n Fish LA Live – Rosa MexicanoSmashburger LA Live – Tom’s Urban LA Live – Triple 8 – Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill Los Angeles

$10 PARKING (cash or credit, free for Preferred Members): Be sure to park in Lot W aka West Garage and enter through Gate B to get this special rate! CLICK HERE for PARKING MAP!

TEAM LA STORE: Enjoy 40% off store merchandise during 5-9pm!

CREDITS: Downtown Dark Nights at L.A. LIVE is presented by L.A. LIVE with entertainment curated by Melissa Richardson Banks (aka Downtown Muse and South Bay Muse) with Edgar Varela; collectively of @WeAreDTLA.

Are you an artist, musician or other type of performer? Do you want to be a part of one of our events? Submit an application by clicking HERE!

GO! POPUP Marketplace on THU 8/13 @ 5-10pm at L.A. LIVE

Featuring over 60 handcrafted vendors

many from the Arts District and Downtown Los Angeles, this FREE weeknight event produced by L.A. LIVE and curated by Melissa Richardson Banks and Edgar Varela of @WeAreDTLA also includes music by deejays Francesca Harding and Matthew Rubino​ plus the Arts District’s dynamic duo Waterparx.

Come early for the $5 food and drink specials from eateries including Katsuya, Rock’n Fish, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Tom’s Urban, and more.

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INDIE MAKERS, CRAFTERS & ARTISTS:

(list current as of 8/12/15)

PARKING

Event parking is just $10 in Lot W (West Garage) ONLY IF you enter through Gate B –PARKING MAP HERE -(cash or credit – free for L.A. LIVE Preferred Members)

$5 FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS

Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar The Farm of Beverly Hills at LA Live – KATSUYA – Lawry’s CarveryLive Basil Pizza LA Live – The Mixing Room at JW Marriott – Red MangoRock’n Fish LA Live – Rosa MexicanoSmashburger LA Live – Tom’s Urban LA Live -Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill Los Angeles

POPUP Marketplace at L.A. LIVE is curated by Melissa Richardson Banks (aka @DowntownMuse & @SouthBayMuse) and Edgar Varela (aka EVFA); collectively of @WeAreDTLA.

INTERESTED VENDORS

We’re currently accepting vendor submissions for future events. If you would like to be considered, click HERE!

Downtown Dark Nights on Friday, June 12

IT’S BACK! L.A. LIVE’s most exciting night returns with Downtown Dark Nights on Friday, June 12 – featuring live musicians, performers, artists and indie craft vendors AND unbeatable $5 food & drink specials at participating L.A. LIVE restaurants! Don’t miss out on all of the fun in Downtown Los Angeles!

$5 FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS: Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar – Ford’s Filling Station – Katsuya L.A. LIVE – Lawry’s Carvery – Live Basil Pizza – Red Mango – Rosa Mexicano – Rock’N Fish – Smashburger – The Farm of Beverly Hills – Tom’s Urban – Triple 8 – Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill

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POPUP MARKETPLACE – Wednesday, May 20 @ 5-10pm

Featuring over 60 handcrafted vendors – many from the Arts District and Downtown Los Angeles, this FREE weeknight event curated by Melissa Richardson Banks and Edgar Varela of @WeAreDTLA also includes DJ music by Francesca Harding and Matthew Rubino​ plus $5 food and drink specials from eateries including Katsuya, Rock’N Fish, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Tom’s Urban, and more.

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INDIE MAKERS, CRAFTERS & ARTISTS: Agapantha Jewelry​, Anvil Handcrafted, Articulum General Store​, Arts District Printing Co., Barney & Clyde Mercantile​, Big Squeeze Press​, Black Brain, Brinko Ties​, Cactus Club Paper​, Candle Stash​, Cowpunk Leather Products​, CRASH Jewelry, Curmudgeon Cards, Detroit Trash, Downtown Muse, Few Bits, Goat & Kettle​, HollyWood & Twine​, HumanTreeRobot​, Ichiban Bath Company​, Library Store on Wheels, Lindall Leather Works, London Manori​, Luke Hobbs Design​, Macbeanie, Marley & Alfie​, Mayu Silk Art​, Objects With Purpose, Oceguera Handmade Felted Goods, Panache Jewelry, Pocket Square Clothing​, Pop & Timber​, Quetzal Boutique, Rad Uncle​, Record Truck, Roots Revival Co., ROTDcreations, Shay Candles​, SoCal Etsy Guild​, Sour Girls (Fox Force Three), Succulent Heaven​, The Glass Studio, The Tin Man Art, Topanga Patina​, UPCYCLED by Micha Design (list current as of 5/15/15)

PARKING: Event parking is just $10 in Lot W (West Garage) only IF you enter through Gate B –PARKING MAP HERE -(cash or credit – free for L.A. LIVE Preferred Members only)

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