Really looking forward to seeing you at ROW DTLA today for the inaugural Spring Market. Feel free to email us with questions! firstname.lastname@example.org
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
An RSVP is not mandatory to attend. Spring Market is open to all ages, genders, identities and species. Please make our day and bring your dogs. =)
777 S. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA, 90021
Spring Market activations are taking place on Dock Street.
There's a complete event site map at the bottom of this email.
2pm - 8pm.
THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS
First and foremost, we'd like to say thank you to our amazing partners.
THANK YOU to ROW DTLA, Katy Koob and Refinery29, Sophia Parsa and Mountain Gate, Dustin Thomas and Guayaki Yerba Mate, Noé for the music, Poppy Lavender Florals for the fresh flowers, Bose and Gibson for stage support, and so many more. There are too many to list here, so you can check out the complete list on our website.
It will be a beautiful, sunny day with a high of 70º and a low of 57º.
There is tons parking available at ROW DTLA's on-site parking structure. The first two hours are free.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
In addition to special Spring Market offers from ROW DTLA restaurants Rappahannock Oyster Bar, Tartine Manufactory and Pikunico, there will be treats available on Dock St. from Coolhaus Ice Cream, Plantae Bar, and more.
The Manufactory - Alameda Supper Club Bar (outdoors)
Enjoy small bites, beer, wine and cocktails at Alameda Supper Club’s outdoor bar. Alameda Supper Club is located on The Narrows.
Rappahannock Oyster Bar (outdoors)
Rappahannock will offer happy hour pricing on beer and wine as well as special offers on the following raw bar items: $1 Oyster w/ Awesome Sauce; $10 Peel & Eat Shrimp; $10 Peruvian Bay Scallops. Rappahannock is located on Market Row, near The End.
Flask & Field
Flask & Field will be offering free beer, wine, and spirits tastings. Flask & Field is located on Market Row.
- 2 pm - 4 pm – Glutenberg Blonde Ale Beer (Gluten-Free!)
- 4 pm - 6 pm – Obvious Wines
- 6 pm - 8 pm – Silent Pool Gin
Pikunico - Japanese Fried Chicken
Pikunico will offer their special “Snack Time” deal. Enjoy chicken tenders with your choice of fingerling fries, Pikunico slaw, or ginger onigiri for only $5. Pikunico is located on Dock St.
Dandelion will be offering their 15-minute “tree-to-bar” tastings at 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm, and 5:00 pm. Tastings are $10 per person and limited to 10 people each. Sign up for your desired time slot in the Dandelion store before the tasting. First come first served. Dandelion is located on Center St.
Guayaki Yerba Mate Pop-up Stations
We love this brand and what they stand for so we're really excited to be able to to offer it to you FREE of charge on this hot day.
You can find a detailed schedule below and on the Spring Market website.
Vendors will be selling on Dock St. through the entire event.
Main Stage (“The End”)
2:25 pm – Spring Market programming kick-off by Katy Koob, Refinery29
2:30 pm-3:15 pm – Panel | Content for the Real World: The Intersection of Media and Impact
3:15 pm - 4:00 pm – Panel | Finance + Venture Capital
4:15 pm – Musical Performances
4:45 pm - 5:30 pm – Panel | Self Love + Wellness
5:30 pm - 6:15 pm – Panel | Mountain Gate on Building Community
6:30 pm – Musical Performances
Quilt Living Room at Hawkins NY (“The End”)
Join Quilt and Darling Magazine this Saturday in the Quilt Living Room in Hawkins New York for one of these thought-provoking conversations. Walk-ins welcome but space is limited so RSVP at the below links to reserve your space:
3:00 - 3:30 pm: Leadership Chat led by Bee Free Woman Founder, Dr. Annice Fisher. RSVP here.
3:45 - 4:15 pm: Imagination Chat led by Quilt Co-Founder, Gianna Wurzl. RSVP here.
4:30 - 5:00 pm: Desire Chat led by Life Coach, Mira Joleigh. RSVP here.
5:15 - 6:00 pm: Rules of Life Chat led by Darling founder, Sarah Dubbeldam. RSVP here.
Wonzimer Art Gallery (Dock St.)
Time TBD – Live Art by Brian O’Hara
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm – WINSTON HOUSE Couch Sessions (RSVP only)
7:00 pm - Forbes Impact Community Meet-up
ABOUT LOCAL LA
Local LA is a new project by WINSTON HOUSE focused on building community in Los Angeles through unique events.
ABOUT ROW DTLA
First known as the LA Terminal Market, ROW DTLA was built from 1917 to 1923 along the Southern Pacific Railroad, and continues to be a major hub for the distribution of produce across the region. Most recently, the property has undergone an inspiring revitalization, being thoughtfully reimagined for creative space, retail & art.
Use this simple map to find the main stage, food & beverage, restrooms, vendors, and more!