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Get Ready for the Los Angeles Pillow Fight of Your Life!
Photo by Dave Schumaker via SFist via Flickr
Update: For the most recent info on the Pillow Fight, they made a dedicated webpage for it. Check pillowfightlosangeles.com
BYOP(illow) to Pershing Square on Saturday afternoon, March 22nd because it's time to have some fun. It's World Pillow Fight Day and the LA Burners are hosting the downtown, transit accessible, event. And yes, there are rules:
- Soft pillows only!
- Swing lightly, many people will be swinging at once.
- Do not swing at people without pillows or with cameras.
- Remove glasses beforehand!
- Wait until the signal to begin.
The event, which is more fun with feathers, is free and they say appropriate for all ages (no ass kickin' the wee little ones). Bored LA, who tipped us off to this event has a facebook page dedicated to the event.
Last year, there was a pillow fight that never was at The Grove on April 1st. Security would escort anyone with a pillow off the property David Markland at Metroblogging LA video interviewed subjects:
Sister site to the north, SFist, has coverage (video below) of this year's Valentine's Day pillow fight. So far, no word on the city revisiting it for March 22.
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