Night on Broadway: Celebrating 7 Years of Bringing Back Broadway
Night On Broadway (www.NightOnBroadway.
It has been decades since this many of Broadway’s historic theatres have been open for entertainment on the same night! You will not want to miss Nova Han presents Wilderbe,String Theory, Two Bit Circus, NoH8, Dance Mob Nation, Chessboxing, Jessica Fichot, The Skylarks, and others, plus a screening of Fritz Lang’s 1937 masterpiece Metropolis!
An on-street festival area will feature booths and pop-up shops from DTLA businesses, a vintage car show including the L.A.F.D. 1931 Seagrave Fire Hose Wagon, a family-friendly kids’ area (including a soccer kick activity with members of the L.A. Galaxy), and a festival stage featuring even more live entertainment.
Broadway restaurants, bars and businesses will be open, many offering specials for Night on Broadway participants. Local artists will exhibit their work. The Museum of Neon Art will provide tours of Broadway’s historic neon signs (advance reservations required for this activity only.)
More than a dozen food trucks will be on site, and Broadway’s historic Grand Central Market vendors will be open late with special Night on Broadway programming.
Night On Broadway will be free and open to the public for all ages. Enjoy, explore, and create your own unique Night on Broadway!
Sponsored by the California Hospital Medical Center, Terroni, Broadway Lofts, City Market of Los Angeles, LA Downtown News, METRO with partners: Downtown ArtWalk, 4 Wall Entertainment, California Historic Route 66 Association, Casa 0101, Downtown Center BID, Historic CORE BID, J&M Events, L.A. Fashion District, L.A. Historic Theatre Foundation, Mumtaz Marketing & Events, Museum of Neon Art, Najafi Design Group, NoH8, Raw Materials Art Supplies, Think Tank Gallery, We Are Giants and each of the amazing entertainment acts, and Broadway theatre venues making this possible.
TRANSPORTATION: Go Metro! Show your TAP card at the Bringing Back Broadway booth and enter to win a free pair of tickets to an upcoming concert or event at Broadway’s historic Orpheum Theatre. Take the Metro Red or Purple Line to Pershing Square Station. For your best route or more info, visit the Metro Trip Planner or call 323-Go Metro or (323-466-3876). Parking is available at the City’sPershing Square Parking Garage at a flat rate of $7 for vehicles entering after 5pm, and exiting before 2am. Commercial surface lots and garages in the area offer varying commercial prices.
Jessica Wethington McLean
Executive Director, Bringing Back Broadway
Director, Downtown Economic Development
Office of City Councilmember José Huizar
200 N. Spring Street #465
Los Angeles, CA 90012