Feb 20 2015
Artisanal LA Spring Show – April 25 – 26, 2015 @ArtisanalLA
 

Artisanal LA Spring Show 2015

April 25-26 / 11a-6p

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE ON OUR WEBSITE AND PLAN AHEAD

Artisanal LA Spring Show April 25-26 at The Reef

LEARN MORE…

CHECK OUT VIDEOS OF OUR PAST SHOWS…

http://vimeo.com/78557675
 THE FINE PRINT

* Children age 12 and under free with a paying adult

* Tickets are trasferrable between attendees but not refundable

* More details including directions, parking and Metro Gold Line info can be found on our website

* Non pre-sale tickets are $15 at the door

* We accept cash at the door and have ATMs on site. Exact change appreciated!

*Collectible tote bags are for the first thousand attendees with a presale ticket. Please note, if you are not one of the first thousand attendees, you may not receive a tote bag. They are limited in quantity and offered on a first come, first served basis.

 

The REEF L.A.
1933 S Broadway, Los Angeles, California 90007

 

Celebrate Earth Day and get ready for Mother’s Day at our fifth annual Spring Show in downtown LA!

Makers + Crafters + Artisans + Chefs
Shopping + Tasting + Workshops + Urban Farm
Panels + Demos + Giveaways
Coffee + Café & Lounge
Local Artists + More!

Come learn, shop, eat and build community at Artisanal LA’s 5th Annual Spring Show at downtown LA’s The Reef.

Find more info at www.artisanalLA.com

Get your pre-sale tickets now! The first 1000 pre-sale ticket holding attendees will receive our collectible Artisanal LA linen tote designed by Self Help Graphics & Art.

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