Old Hollywood Locals Night – April 19
April 10, 2017
Come celebrate the historic neighborhood of Hollywood on April 19, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the first Old Hollywood Locals Night, presented by Suaya Properties and the Hollywood Property Owners Alliance. The community is invited to come explore the unique micro-neighborhood which stretches from Las Palmas Ave. to Cahuenga Blvd. on Hollywood Blvd. Many of Hollywood’s “firsts” were located in this section, and we are honoring its legacy.
The hub of the event will be a block party on Hudson Ave., just north of Hollywood Blvd. There will be an acoustic stage featuring local musicians Sunshine and Moon, and Arthur Autumn. Marky Make-Up will be airbrushing stenciled temporary tattoos, and several community organizations will have booths.
In addition, attendees who pre-register will be given a passbook containing coupons for samples and discounts at local restaurants and merchants, such as Boardner’s, Hart’s Café, Saint Felix, Loteria Grill, Peperone, Rise n’ Grind, and The Record Parlour. Those who complete their passbooks by visiting all locations will be entered into a raffle for prizes donated by Mama Shelter, Amoeba Music, Live Nation, and more!
There will be several art galleries and pop-up events in coordination with Old Hollywood Locals Night. They include:
- LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibition), 6522 Hollywood Blvd. – Gallery will be open from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. At 7:00 p.m., Jessika Khazrik or The Society of False Witnesses will be doing a presentation in conjunction with the exhibit “I Can Call This Progress to Halt.” (Guests will be asked not to come and go after 7:00 p.m.)
- WUHO Gallery (Woodbury University school of Architecture), 6518 Hollywood Blvd. – Gallery will be open for viewing with it’s current exhibit, “BREACH: Ersela Kripa + Stephen Mueller | AGENCY Architecture LLC.”
- HPOA Storefront Office, 6562 Hollywood Blvd. – “Hollywood Daydream” pop-up art show featuring Hollywood-inspired works by Thaddeus Hunter Smith.
Additional pop-up art galleries are being confirmed and will be included in the official program.
Click here to pre-register, which will include your passbook. There is no charge for this event and all ages are welcome! Let your friends know that you’re going by RSVPing on the Facebook Event Page.
This event has been made possible with cooperation from AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts, LAPD Hollywood and Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell.