FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Renegade Craft Fair
The Renegade Craft Fair (RCF) returns to Los Angeles’ State Historic Park (1245 N. Spring St.) July 20 and 21, 2013 from 11am-7pm. RCF is a curated, modern craft fair that appeals to all ages and features hundreds of contemporary makers, creators, movers, and shakers. Shoppers will find a wide variety of goods including jewelry, custom clothing, pottery, perfume, textiles, and original artwork from fan favorites Pocket Square Clothing, Datter, Heirloom, and Cotton and Flax to name just a few.
Attendees can come for the shopping and stay for tunes by KXLU DJs, as well as workshops by Kollabora, Bernina, 1450 Ocean and Workshop. Perennial favorites Magnolia Photo Booth Co. will be back with their free-to-use photo booth, and attendees will be dazzled by an installation by the DIY gurus from DIYFO. In addition, local food truck favorites like Green Truck, Front Porch Pops, and India Jones Chow Truck will be serving up local flavor to the crowds.
Details, Directions, and Travel Suggestions
Renegade Craft Fair is free-to-attend and fun for all ages. We encourage you to take public transportation to the Fair! If you have access to the Metro Rail, the park is less than a block away from the China Town Station on the Metro Gold Line. Visit LA Metro to plan your trip.
Driving Directions: The Los Angeles State Historic Park is located at 1245 N. Spring St.
101F Northbound or Southbound
Exit Alameda Street, turn right at the off ramp and Alameda turns into North Spring Street. The park will be on your left.
Exit Broadway, go west and stay in left lane. When Broadway splits in two directions, take North Spring Street to the left.
For a map of the area, click here.