800 N. ALAMEDA ST.
L.A.’s iconic Union Station turns 80 this May. The largest train terminal in the Western United States opened eight decades ago in May 1939.
On May 3rd & 4th Union Station will celebrate its 80th Anniversary with a two-day community celebration allowing Angelenos to enjoy the beauty and history of the beloved downtown landmark
Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Live music on the South Patio with Soul Fab, SOL!D Selectors, DJ Funky Sole, DJ Raul Campos, Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles and Jungle Fire
- Marketplace featuring Amoeba Records, Angel City Press, Geometric Fossils and more
- Food trucks and picnic area featuring Son of a Bun, Lettuce Feast, Mike’s Ice Cream and more
- Live music in the Historic Ticketing Hall with Dave Stuckey and the Hot House Gang, The Phil Ranelin Jazz Ensemble, Western Standard Time Ska Orchestra and Buyepongo
- Family Fun Zone featuring Griffith Park Travel Town activity corner, Giggle Factory, kids’ concert series and more
- Docent-led art and architecture tours