H2O Music Festival takes place this Saturday, August 17 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. Headliners include Pitbull, A Tribe Called Quest and Roberto Tapia, and many other artists will also be performing. Doors open to the public at 3 p.m. and the festival ends around midnight. Tickets can be purchased at the doors the day of the festival.
Avoid parking and traffic by going Metro. The Gold Line Chinatown Station is located just a block south of the park, and trains run every 10 minutes on weekends. The park is also walkable from Union Station, where you can catch a multitude of buses, the Red Line and the Purple Line. Use Trip Planner for more routes and connections.
Pro tip: load your TAP card with cash or a pass in advance so you don’t have to wait in line at the TAP vending machines the day of the event. Chinatown Summer Nights is also taking place the same evening, so expect big crowds in the area.
Categories: Go Metro
[…] sábado es también la última oportunidad de ir a Chinatown Summer Nights y al H2O Music Fest! (Línea Dorada de Metro hasta la estación […]
The Chinatown Station is actually south of the park.
You are correct, Dave Myers! Thanks for catching that.
The Source, Writer