Bringing Back Broadway and LA counsel member José Huizar are the people behind Night on Broadway, a one night music and art festival in Downtown LA’s historic theater district. For one night a year six theaters opened their doors for patrons to explore, musicians of all genres rocked out on ten stages across the festival, and thousands of artists and performers fill the seven block corridor with amazing works.
We took the metro to Downtown, avoiding the major traffic and parking hassles, which took us to Pershing Square. While the park is technically outside the festival, its still a fun place to hang out and goof off.
We spent the evening outside and while exploring the corridor we stumbling across a few great music acts and some good ways to spend the evening.
Also spent some time taking advantage of all the great photo ops available, like the ones from DTLA Proud, an organization dedicated to helping the LGBTQ+ community of LA, who hosted the Block Party stage.
My favorite photo op was from the LA Phil Harmonic, who’s set up inspired all sorts of creativity from everyone involved.
A few of my favorite art installations and performances include works from the Super Chief Gallery and a fire eater.
I had such an amazing time seeing a new side to the city and seeing how many different people came out to support the event. Will I be seeing you there next year?