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Brite Space LA
Brite Space LA, a pop-up event series hosted by online ticketing site, Eventbrite, spanned over 8 days at a vacant storefront on Melrose converted into an event space, with the help of Apt2B. The diverse lineup incorporated local tastemakers with events ranging from a mixology workshop, a pop-up shop highlighting local designers and artisans, an 80s game night and an intimate, live performance by local indie band “In The Valley Below” to close out the series. Eventbrite LA Senior Marketing Manager and pop-up organizer, Leila Najafi, states “Los Angeles is such an eclectic metropolis with so much to see and do on any given night, this pop up series is an opportunity to get a taste of LA culture at its best. My hope is that Brite Space LA ignites a spark of curiosity in each guest to try new things and discover fun, local events any day of the year.”
- Opening night kicked off with I Heart Art featuring the works of local street artist ManOne and emerging pop artist Just Trew and catering by Taste of Pace.Photo credit: Erik Neldner Photography
- Brite Space LA was converted into a unique space every night for 8 days with all furniture and decor provided by Apt2B.Photo credit: Erik Neldner Photography
- Friday night’s Get Your Game On proved to be a fan favorite with ping-pong provided by SPIN at The Standard LA.Photo credit: Erik Neldner Photography
- Guests enjoyed games like ping-pong, jenga, cornhole, candy, popcorn, and churros while dancing to 80s tunes by DJ HEM all night long.Photo credit: Debra Morrison Photography
- Brite Space LA attendees stirred up their own craft cocktails at mixology night taught by Veev head mixologist, Justin Winters.Photo credit: Debra Morrison Photography
- Photobooth fun at Brite Space LA with a handmade chalkboard backdrop courtesy of CHALK SHOTPhoto credit: CHALK SHOT
- EventbriteLA partnered with Pop Your Shop to curate Live.Shop.Local.LA bringing local designers and artisans together for a day of shopping and supporting local businesses.
Photo Credit: Rudy Torres