Drink Up L.A. Art & Culture (& Free Booze) At This Flea Market Event

It's common knowledge that L.A.’s art and fashion communities are always mingling – and to brilliant effect. Take the monthly DTLA Art Walk event, for example: We love peeping the stylephiles that come out of the woodwork! Well, this Sunday, a new slew of L.A. communities are mixing at chic SoCal online retailer nativeLA’s flea market.
Head out to The Holding Co for a super-sized injection of L.A. culture: Between the vintage shopping, art, and handmade goodies like cards and jewelry, this locally sourced bazaar features both established and up-and-coming talents, giving you a chance to see what’s abuzz in our city’s constantly shifting scene.
As if all that weren’t enough, bring your appetite along with your buying eye! Food trucks will be parked at the event so you can chow down as you evaluated possible purchases. And if you’re still on the fence about attending (seriously?), both admission and booze are free. Is that the ultimate incentive or what?
When: Sunday, April 1, from 12 to 5 p.m.
Where: The Holding Co, 104 Robinson Street (between Council Street and Beverly Boulevard); 530-863-7377.
Photo: Via nativeLA

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