Metro to run expanded service on Gold Line for Masquerade Motel

Going to Swedish House Mafia’s Masquerade Motel? The music festival will take place March 8 and 9 at the L.A. State Historic Park, which is conveniently served by the Metro Gold Line Chinatown Station. The park is also just a short walk from Union Station.

Your Masquerade Motel ticket or printed ticket receipt gets you a free ride to and from the festival on Metro Bus and Rail. Take advantage of this deal to avoid the congestion and serious lack of parking in Chinatown. This is especially true for those attending on Friday, who will have to deal with the usual Friday evening rush hour traffic of those leaving DTLA offices.

Metro will be running expanded service on the Gold Line during the festival to accommodate crowds. And with Metro Rail open late on Friday and Saturday nights, getting home after the show should be no problem.

Here’s Live Nation’s monster news release on how to get there:

Go Metro to Swedish House Mafia’s Masquerade Motel L.A. concert by sourcemetro

17 thoughts on “Metro to run expanded service on Gold Line for Masquerade Motel

  1. Hi Maya,

    As of now only the Metro Gold Line will be running enhanced service to accommodate concert attendees. The last Gold Line train to Union Station is around 2 a.m. Please plan your schedule accordingly.

    Anna Chen
    The Source, Writer

  2. Hi Matt,

    Swedish House Mafia is schedule to take the stage around 10 p.m. and the show is expected to end around midnight. The last Gold Line train from Chinatown Station to SMV Station leaves at 2:14 a.m.

    Anna Chen
    The Source, Writer

  3. Can you tell me when the last red line and expo line trains will be running? I’m trying to get back to Culver City. Also, is only the gold line free or will all transfers for me to get from Culver City and back be free?

  4. I’m trying to get to and from Fullerton, Ca to the concert. What are all the lines that have an extended time until 2am?

  5. Hi Tatiana,

    All Metro Rail lines run until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. To get to Fullerton though, you’ll need to check Metrolink or Amtrak’s Surfliner: http://www.amtrak.com/ccurl/951/903/Pacific-Surfliner-Schedule-011413.pdf

    Not sure if they run trains until 2 a.m. Other options are to drive to a Metro Rail station and park and ride Metro (free with proof of concert ticket purchase) or hang out at the 24 hr Denny’s by Union Station until the first train runs.

    Anna Chen
    The Source, Writer

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