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What's on in Downtown Los Angeles this weekend

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Travel Bugs World
 2021-05-15

Bars, restaurants, museums, and shops are open all over the city, so it's an excellent time to spend a lively day in Downtown Los Angeles this weekend.

Besides walking amidst historical buildings and beautiful architectural buildings, you will want to visit the Grand Central Market, Chinatown, and the Arts District.

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But don't miss these exciting events that are on right now in Downtown Los Angeles.

Grand Park's Celebration Spectrum by dublab

Dublab, the non-profit radio station dedicated to the growth of music, arts, and culture, is bringing a month-long public art installation to Grand Park.

In collaboration with Tanya Aguiñiga and Mark "Frosty" McNeill, the project creates space for the missed celebrations in Los Angeles following a year in isolation. The installations honor communal celebrations through mixed visual materials and recorded audio.

Celebration Spectrum sees the outdoor expanse of Grand Park transformed into a deconstructed party. The four installations represent the arc of an epic celebration.

Responding to the hurt and heightened anxieties associated with the pandemic, the project offers the communities in Los Angeles the opportunity to heal and re-emerge thanks to the transformative power of the arts. - dublab.

Celebration Spectrum is on daily from 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM.

The Music Center & Grand Park, 200 N Grand Avenue, Los Angeles.

Butterfly Pavilion

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles seasonal springtime exhibition is on again. The outdoor Butterfly Pavilion allows you to walk among the gorgeous butterflies.

The exhibition features hundreds of butterflies and colorful native plants. With lots of natural light, you can see the butterflies shimmering. There are up to 30 different species, including California native butterflies.

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles invites you to enter through their North Entrance and enjoy a stroll through the nature gardens on the way to the Butterfly Pavilion.

This event is on through to September 6th. But a limited number of guests will be allowed inside the Pavilion during each time slot to enable physical distancing and ensure a safe environment. Reserve your tickets asap. Tickets are only $6 and free for members.

900 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles.

Unique Markets Spring Pop-Up

Unique Markets Spring Pop-Up is back with a reimagined outdoors market. The spring pop-up markets are on at ROW DTLA from May 15th to May 16th.

The curated shopping experience includes one-of-a-kind gifts from over 100 sellers. All brands, designers, and artists are handpicked, ensuring you are inspired.

The Unique Markets Spring Pop-Up is also putting on a photo booth, complimentary beverages, and live music for your enjoyment.

Go along and support local designers and artists in an environment promoting creativity, diversity, and a fantastic atmosphere among Row DTLA's architecture, artistic murals and installations, and lush landscapes.

In an era of mass production, fast fashion, and commerce overload, one could say, Rasula's vision for a more localized shopping experience is an idea that was ahead of her time. - Forbes Magazine.

Get your tickets at www.uniquemarkets.com/losangeles.

777 Alameda St, Los Angeles.

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