Los Angeles

Renegade Brings Craft Back

to LA’s Grand Park

June 14, 2016

Renegade Craft Fair, a curated showcase of the very best in modern craft and design, returns this summer for its eighth consecutive year to Downtown Los Angeles’s majestic Grand Park with over 270 carefully selected makers and artisans.

Visitors will be treated to music sets  by KXLU, and a rotating assortment of  food options, including Peaches’ Smokehouse & Southern Kitchen, serving slow-smoked BBQ and classic Southern dishes made from scratch, Baby’s Badass Burgers, Falasophy, and India Jones Chow Truck. As a special summer treat, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream will be hosting an ice cream tasting, along with a special talk on entrepreneurship with Founder Jeni Britton Bauer, where she will share her experience growing a small business.

Official RCF Media Sponsor Time Out Los Angeles will raffle off a goodie bag worth over $1,000, full of handmade products from the Fair’s makers. The winner for the raffle will be chosen at random following the Fair.

Attendees will also be able to capture the occasion  through timeless instant archival prints by Magnolia Photo Booth Co., take a peek at Yarnover Truck’s unique mobile yarn store, and visit Maude, a solar powered, eco-friendly mobile boutique located inside of a hand-restored 1962 Shasta Travel Trailer.

Getting There:

Grand Park is located in Downtown Los Angeles, near City Hall on the east between First and Temple streets. Parking for Grand Park is available in Lot 10 on N. Broadway between First Street and Temple Street. The parking lot address is 145 N. Broadway, with entrances on Broadway and on Hill St.

We encourage you to walk, bike, or take public transit to the Fair. The closest Metro stop to Grand Park is the Civic Center/Grand Park Stop on the Red or Purple lines.

Renegade Craft Fair is the largest independent craft fair in the world, attracting more than 300,000 attendees annually across multiple fairs in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Austin, Portland, Seattle, and London. Its mission is to create a vibrant and lively atmosphere that both reflects and illuminates the work of today’s modern makers. One part entrepreneurial incubator and one part community gathering space, it culminates in a festive celebration of DIY.