Hey, LA! Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 9! We’re planning a party, and you’re invited!
Come celebrate one of Metro’s newest rail stations, Little Tokyo/Arts District. The station is part of Metro’s Regional Connector, creating smoother, faster, transfer-free rides all through LA’s downtown core!
Curious about the neighborhood’s history and the best eats around? Want to learn how to make your own musubi, emojis, or floral displays? Looking for a FREE music festival featuring some of the hottest talent in L.A.? featuring live local talent?
It’s all happening –– and more –– this Saturday!
The Metro Art Presents music festival features live performances by talent with roots in Little Tokyo and the Arts District: J-Town Taiko Club, Arthur Nakane, Sandino, Unkal Bean, Super Group (feat. Shinkawasaki, Paul Dateh, Priska, and Goh Nakamura), Atomic Cafe’s Nancy Sekizawa aka “Atomic Nancy” and Scott Nagatani, DJ Tsugu Itagaki, DJ Lauren Moon and hosted by Keiko Agena and DanAKADan.
The program is produced in collaboration with the Little Tokyo Community Council and Tuesday Night Project. Added bonus: Show your TAP card to receive FREE general admission to the Japanese American National Museum all day on September 9. Learn more at https://www.metro.net/riding/celebrating-connections/
When: Saturday, September 9 from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cost: FREE and open to all. No tickets required.
How to get there: Hop off at the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station on the A and E Lines. We encourage you to use transit as street parking is limited.
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