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Live Music and Art on the L.A. River ~ Sunday Night

JPO flyer 9.11.16

September 11th, 2016
LA River - 8pm

The Joshua Payne Orchestra and visual projection artist Ryan Patrick Griffin continue their live concert series on the LA River.

In a city such as Los Angeles, desperate for natural public spaces, the LA River is often overlooked due to its reputation as a baron concrete super-drain. But anyone who has strolled or rolled along the wonderful bike path knows the river has much more to offer. JPO and RPG are excited to continue their experiment to repurpose this beautiful environment for a live concert experience unlike anything Los Angeles has ever seen before!

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EVENT DETAILS
https://www.facebook.com/events/849352375199541/

www.joshuapayneorchestra.com
www.changerpg.com

LOCATION: under the 2 Freeway, just off I-5 Fletcher exit

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