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Get Out: Brokechella, LA Times Festival of Books & Murals

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: Join LALA Gallery at their opening reception for their first exhibit, LA Freewalls Inside. The show will celebrate the work of the many artists who have contributed to the LA Freewalls Project. LA Freewalls is an art initiative that in which artists from around the world are invited to create murals on large walls in Downtown LA. Some of the local and international artists this show will feature are Shepard Fairey, AskewOne, SABER, Ron English, and many more. The opening reception will be from 7-10pm. Check out theLALA Gallery website to learn more.

MUSIC: Couldn’t get yourself to pay $300+ for Coachella this year? Get your tickets for Brokechella, the $5 festival, taking place at Six01 studios in Downtown LA. Featured artists include Tapioca and the Flea, Cooper Saver, Smiles, Gypsy Death Star, Infantree and many more. Tickets are expected to sell out. Go to the Brokechella website to buy your tickets and to get the full lineup.

LITERATURE: The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is finally here! Admission is free, but of course we recommend reserving your spot on hot panels for $1. There will be acclaimed authors and celebs from just about any genre you can think of. Check out our insider's guide to find out more details or check out the festival's website.