Walking The Sunset Strip and Captureing Guitartown Art, also Block Party!

We will meet at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf at 6:00 pm Parking in Public parking area. Bring some Photo releases with you, there will be some good capture I'm sure. The Sunset Strip is celebrating the completion of the
Sunset Strip Beautification Project on Aug. 12, and you are invited to join! The celebration includes the official launch of Gibson GuitarTown on The Sunset Strip -- a public arts project that will feature more than 25 ten-foot tall fiberglass Gibson Les Paul model guitars strategically placed on the legendary Sunset Strip -- as well as a Block Party! The event kicks off with the "grand reopening" of the boulevard at 5 p.m. featuring a caravan of classic cars driving The Strip (and an official ribbon cutting outside of the Andaz hotel and The Comedy Store). After the opening, guests are encouraged to walk the newly renovated boulevard, viewing the guitars as well enjoying the many promotions and special events hosted at businesses along the boulevard. The Block Party includes dining and drinks specials, patio parties, shopping discounts, extended hours and unique offers throughout the night. Grab your shoes and join us as we walk, shop, dine and celebrate The Sunset Strip! # CITY PUBLIC PARKING LOT: 8756 Sunset M-Sun: $1 per hour 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun-Th: $4 flat rate after 5 p.m. Fri-Sat: $6 flat rate after 5 p.m. Located next to Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf; easy access to Red Rock, Isla Cantina, Il Sole, Mirabelle, BLT Steak, Mystery Pier Books, Pi On Sunset 8459 Sunset (at Queens Road) $1 per hour 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. $2 per hour 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. Located near The Olive restaurant, The Grafton, Asia De Cuba, Katana, House of Blues, The Comedy Store, Cabo Cantina. Please note this is a short term parking lot with a maximum of two hours.

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  • Elle L.

    It was fun, met a lot of interesting and entertainming ppl during the walk as well as took a lot of pics.

    August 13, 2010

  • Tom L.

    I'd love to do this, but have another meeting that night. I may drive down Sunset afterwards, however, just to have a look.

    August 11, 2010

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