BC will have a Pop-Up Shop this Saturday in Chinatown.
Don't miss out on this FAMILY event.
Below is information from CHINATOWN MOON FESTIVAL website:
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Central, West and Bamboo Plaza
943-951 N. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012
FREE to the public.
Metro: Gold Line Chinatown Station.
“New Chinatown” Photo Booth (6pm-10pm)
Original Vintage Cutouts Circa 1940
Capuchin Monkey & Trainer (6pm-9pm)
Note: The monkey will approach you. Please do not touch or pet the monkey.
Special Appearance by "Michelangelo" of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be available to take photos with fans. Proceeds to benefit the Bruce Lee Statue located in Los Angeles Chinatown.
Crepe N Around
The Lobos Truck
Tokyo Doggy Style
Central Plaza Main Stage
5:30pm Sha Sha Luo + Uncle Zheng
6:00pm Jinwu Kung Fu
6:30pm Queen & Court Moon Festival Ritual
7:00pm Sha Sha Luo + Uncle Zheng
7:30pm Jinwu Kung Fu
8:00pm KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez & KG Superstar
LA WEEKLY Live Music Stage
Curated by Kevin Bronson of Buzzbandla.com
5PM Jag Sun
6PM Sweet Bump It
7PM The Rebel Light
8PM Kid Cadaver
9PM Warbly Jets
10PM Funeral Party
11PM Psychic Love
Craft Beer Garden
Market Place Vendor
De La Luna Designs
Flea Market Girl aka Lola Apples
Robots by Matt Q Spangler
Sol de Cobre
Family Workshop (5pm-8pm)
Lantern Making and Sand Art
Brush Painting by Nori Shirasu
Calligraphy by Guojian Cui
Clay Sculpture by Keluo Xu
Dough Sculpture by Chris Lee
Roaming Magician by Minh Tran (8pm-10pm)
Storytelling by Barbara Wong (TBA)
Moon Viewing (8:30pm-10pm)
Telescopes Provided by Griffith Park Observatory and Anthony Cook
Tune in Sunday to see the supermoon lunar eclipse at Griffith Observatory. Griffith Observatory in Griffith Park will host a free Star Party starting at 2 p.m. Sunday when telescopes will be in place. Then from 6:30 to 9:45 p.m., pianist Ray Ushikubo will be playing Beethoven sonatas as part of the L.A. Philharmonic's "Immortal Beethoven" program. Visitors can peer through the telescopes on the observatory's lawn or look up with the naked eye to see the total eclipse. If you miss the moontastic event, the next one won't happen until 2033.
Fruit Carving by Thais Inc.
Mae Ting Coconut Cakes - vendor on Bamboo Lane
6:00pm Cocktails by General Lee & Grand Star
6:30pm Moon Cake Demo by Phoenix Bakery
7:00pm Moon Festival Ritual by Miss Los Angeles Chinatown Queen & Court
7:15pm Shoot for the MOON(CAKE) Dessert eating Challenge
8:00pm Moon Cake Demo by Empress Pavilion
8:30pm Cooking Demo by Lupe Liang of Hop Woo
9:00pm Cooking Demo by David Wang of Lao Tao
*Schedule subject to change without notice
Mid-Autumn Moon Festival is produced by Chinatown Business Improvement District in collaboration with the following community partners: KCRW 89.9, Los Angeles Chinatown Corporation, ChungKing Plaza Association, LA Weekly, and Griffith Observatory