This Saturday: Night On Broadway

This Saturday, as part of the Bringing Back Broadway Initiative, several Broadway theaters and other venues will open their doors for the free event, Night on Broadway.  This event celebrates the 7th year of the Bringing Back Broadway Initiative.

Night on Broadway includes programs at six of the Broadway theaters, a street festival, classic car show, live music, specials from some of the bars and restaurants on Broadway and more.  The event is from 5-10 p.m. and is free to the public.

View from the rooftop bar at the Ace Hotel.  The Theatre at the Ace Hotel, also known as the United Artists Theatre, will be one of the venues for the Night On Broadway event.

View from the rooftop bar at the Ace Hotel. The Theatre at the Ace Hotel, also known as the United Artists Theatre, will be one of the venues for Night On Broadway.

Hoff the Beaten Path first reported on the Bringing Back Broadway Initiative last year, which you can check out here.  The initiative, which has been spearheaded by councilmember Jose Huizar, includes removing a traffic lane and installing pedestrian areas.  So far, I’ve been a big fan of the improvements, and I’m excited to see where they go.

Broadway south of 7th Street.  You can see where part of the traffic lanes have been taken away for pedestrian zones.

Broadway south of 7th Street. You can see where part of the traffic lanes have been taken away for pedestrian zones.

For more info on the event, check out the Bringing Back Broadway Initiative page here.  I’ll see you there!

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  1. […] art deco style, so I couldn’t wait to see some of these theaters.  As I mentioned in my previous blog leading up to the event, I’m really thrilled about the progress being made to Broadway.  I loved the idea of having […]

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