A Sunday free to walk, run, skate, scoot, bike, and wander through the streets without cars
Get ready for a celebration day with people free to walk, run, skate, scoot, bike, and wander through the streets without cars.
Eight-mile free space will be saved on Sunday, September 30 in L.A. for performance stages, art installations, food trucks, screen printing, family-friendly activities, and more to celebrate a day without cars.
LA Phil celebrate its 100th birthday anniversary with an unforgettable free party. An epic festival showcasing along with 1800 musicians, artists, and dancers coming together to perform free for the public at six hubs, Walt Disney Concert Hall, MacArthur Park, Koreatown, Melrose, Hollywood, and the Hollywood Bowl.
Bollywood step dance will be there, Ballet Folklorico and Banda Filarmonika will be there to entertain the public. Clearly Irish Dance, Korean Classical Music and Dance Company will perform also life and so will the African Drummers and Dancers.
The evening ends with a free concert at the Hollywood Bowl, where Gustavo Dudamel will lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic and welcome Herbie Hancock, Kali Uchis, Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA), and other very special guests to the Bowl stage.
Concerts, Activities, workshops and Yoga classes are some of the joy LA Pill will spread out on the last Sunday of September this year.