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Downtown Art Walk Shuttle Gets a Show of its Own

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Photos via Downtown Art Walk

It's meant to expedite patrons' tour of the 30+ galleries in the monthly Thursday event, but there have been many times where the Downtown Art Walk DASH has been empty (once it was a true party: check this crazy video out). Starting tomorrow, things on the new shuttle are mixing it up and it will no longer just be a city bus: welcome to "The Hippodrome" (as in the theatre)

"Kim and Richard of Esotuoric will act as hosts for the revamped Art Walk shuttle service running from 6 pm to 10 pm," Ed Fuentes writes on hisJune Art Walk Preview. "Riders will hear performance by Lucas Gonze from 7pm-7:30pm, and the lyrical rants about L.A. by Mike The Poet at 8pm and 8:30pm. Luca Spanio (Queen Acoustic) rambles with the music of Freddie Mercury & Company from 9pm to 9:30pm."

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It's been said here before and will continue to be said. The Downtown Art Walk is new a staple of life in Los Angeles. Don't miss out on this truly amazing event.

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