Fueled by live sets curated by KCRW's Garth Trinidad & DJ Azul213, Free the Streets is an eco-visionary experiential art/music fest celebrating the burgeoning bicycle cultural scene of South Los Angeles. With its ample boulevards and historic corridors laden with histories of struggle, South L.A.'s streets serve as a canvas for social-political artistic expression in one of the world's largest urban metropolises.
Graffiti art, lowrider bike exhibits, live painting by Mobile Mural Lab, BMX trick demos, bike sculptures, photo booths, bike video projections, community organization outreach tables, Yucatecan/Oaxacan/Peruvian/Thai/American epicurean cuisine available from Mercado La Paloma's eateries. Flaunt your vintage Schwinn with bike valet on-site! FREE THE STREETS is artistic street liberation supporting the expansion of green/eco-friendly transportation in L.A.
Saturday, November 5 · 2:00pm - 10:00pm
Mercado La Paloma
3655 S. Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA
$10.00 donation to support Ciclavia and Bike programming in South Los Angeles