Metro Presents: The Wizard of Oz

Metro Presents showcases an exciting array of free arts and cultural programs at historic Los Angeles Union Station….

Celebrate the holiday season with a free, all-ages screening of the beloved film “The Wizard of Oz!” The screening will take place inside LA Union Station’s majestic former ticketing hall. In a nod to the film’s 75th anniversary, the screening is also a finale to the station’s own milestone 75th anniversary celebration. The screening will be preceded by a costume contest for those who want to embellish their experience and dress up as their favorite “Wizard’ characters.

This program is produced in collaboration with Street Food Cinema.

4:00pm Doors open
4:30pm Costume Contest
5:00pm Screening Begins

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