Sixth St. and Spring St., Los Angeles, CA
12:00pm to 7:00pm
Explore the bustling street scene and great architecture of Downtown Los Angeles’ Historic Core and enjoy great deals during ShopWalk DTLA – a day-long event featuring discounts, sales and special events at nearly 50 area restaurants and retailers on Sunday, August 3, 2014!
With dozens of retailers, bars and restaurants participating, ShopWalkDTLA showcases Downtown’s eclectic mix of businesses including independent fashion brands, vintage boutiques, galleries, and more!
ShopWalk is anchored by Downtown’s Boutique Row on 6th and 7th Streets between Broadway and Main. Many of LA’s top rated boutiques and fashion brands are participating with special sales and in-store events, including Buttons & Bows, Sub_Urban Riot, Curio, Beautiful Fül, and many others!
With so many acclaimed eateries in the area, ShopWalk is an opportunity to stroll and sample some of LA’s favorite dining destinations including classics such as Cole’s and newer favorites such as Bar Amá and Peking Tavern. The newly revitalized Grand Central Market will be a ShopWalk hub, with several participating vendors like Wexler’s Deli and Belcampo Meat Co!
Be there as Tanya, Rachel, and Petra Haden—daughters of jazz legend Charlie Haden—perform tracks off their critically hailed debut album on which they’ve collected and stripped down old-time country songs.
With gorgeous vocal harmonies and songs steeped in American roots music, the triplet master musicians “spin a sisterly folk spell” (Rolling Stone).
*Arrive early and enjoy a DJ set by Robert Mora, starting at 7:00 p.m.
2nd Street, Los Angeles, 90012
(AUG. 9-17) The 2014 Nisei Week Japanese Festival is a nine-day event first held in 1934, and is recognized today as one of the longest running ethnic festivals in the United States. This event will take place in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo district from August 9-17.
The Nisei Week Foundation was established in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to oversee and organize the Nisei Week Japanese Festival. The Foundation’s mission is to promote Japanese and Japanese American heritage and traditions while bringing together the diverse communities of Southern California through arts and cultural education.
For volunteer or additional event information email [email protected] or call the Nisei Week Foundation office at (213) 687-7193. The Nisei Week office is located at 244 South San Pedro Street, Suite 303, Los Angeles, CA 90012.