Silver Lake Jubilee
Los Angeles, California, USA
Silver Lake Jubilee Fact Sheet
What: The 2nd Silver Lake Jubilee is a two-day music and art celebration located within the eclectic and
bohemian Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. This festival features more than 20 trenddefining
music acts, multi-discipline art, local artists and crafters, exquisite food from local restaurateurs
and various cultural enclaves in the Silver Lake and surrounding communities.
Some things to expect: Musical acts and community performances along with great local food
complement the interactive children’s village and eco-village with temporary xeriscape garden. Arts
and literary installations by local curators represent the strong arts community. Expect performance
arts, comedy and special appearances in the entertainment lineup.
Where: Myra Ave. (from Santa Monica Blvd. to Fountain Ave.) in the Silver Lake neighborhood of
Our green commitment: The festival is implementing Zero Waste initiatives with the goal of 90%
landfill diversion and sourcing power from alternative energy resources. These initiatives echo the
pledge of The City of Los Angeles and Council President Eric Garcetti to make LA the model for ecofriendly
big cities in America. Through our partnership with SustainLA, the Los Angeles Arts and
Athletics Alliance (Event Organizer) commits to ensuring the Silver Lake Jubilee is a positive addition
to the community. The festival promotes and educates the importance of preserving our natural
resources, as well as the importance of waste diversion. The Silver Lake Jubilee will not utilize
Styrofoam, single-use plastic bags or plastic water bottles.
About Silver Lake Jubilee: The Silver Lake Jubilee bridges cultural diversity through social interactions
with the goal of stimulating community involvement. The Los Angeles Arts and Athletics
Alliance (LAAAA), a non-profit organization promoting and educating arts and athletics through
events and programs in Silver Lake and surrounding neighborhoods is the driving force behind the
festival. Leading up to the Silver Lake Jubilee is a series of monthly showcases, known as Serenade
Sunset, occurring the last Wednesday of each month. The showcases raise awareness for the Silver
Lake Jubilee. Serenade Sunset is held at El Cid(21+) and the outdoor garden at Mi Alma Design(All
The Silver Lake Jubilee is an all ages event. The success of the event is contingent upon the support
of the local residential and business community, Council District 13-President Eric Garcetti, Council
District 4 - Councilmember Tom LaBonge, Silver Lake Neighborhood Council, corporate sponsors,
private donors, non-profits organizations in the area and the City of Los Angeles.Performers
Lineups to be announced on website.
Curators include, but are not limited to:
Los Angeles Arts and Athletics Alliance
Drop-off point: Sunset Junction
* From I-5 S: I-5 South to exit #141/Los Feliz Blvd. towards Los Feliz Blvd West/Hollywood to then bear left on Griffith Park Blvd to then bear right on Hyperion Ave. to then bear right on Fountain Ave.
* From I-5 N: I-5 North to left fork on US-101 N toward Los Angeles/Civic Center to then take EXIT #5A/Rampart Blvd. to then continue on N Rampart Blvd to then turn left on W Sunset Blvd to then bear right on Griffith Park Blvd to then turn left on Effie St. to then turn right on Myra Ave.
* From northeast of LA: CA-210 West to then fork left onto CA-134 W to then take CA-2 South toward Glendale Fwy South to then take exit #13 B/Fletcher Drive to then turn right on Glendale Blvd to then continue on Rowena Ave to then turn left on Hyperion Ave to then bear right on Fountain Ave.
* From US-101 S: exit #7/Western Ave. (CA-2 W)/Santa Monica Blvd. to then turn left on Lexington Ave. to then turn left on N WesternTimes
Saturday 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday 10:00am - 9:00pmAdmission & Parking
$5 admission, Children 10 and under and seniors 60 and older are free.
parking on street, at local lotsWebsitehttp://silverlakejubilee.comInfophone