The Long Beach Art Walk is a project funded by the Arts Council for Long Beach that celebrates the vibrant arts scene the LBC has to offer. The walk comprises of 7 art filled city blocks lined with an eclectic atmosphere of music and fun. Come explore the 7 galleries, 21 murals, and 30 businesses in attendance every week.
The LB Art Walk is located just a couple blocks away from the beach in the center of the East Village Arts District. The family-friendly event happens every 2nd Saturday of the month for a hip even you won’t want to miss. Join in on the fun and immerse yourself in a world of paintings, sculptures, performances, trades, and live music to stimulate all of your senses.
Long Beach Art Walk Location
- East Village/Downtown Long Beach, CA 90802
- Download the full Long Beach Art Walk Map
Long Beach Art Walk Hours
- Open 5 – 10 p.m. Every Second Saturday
- 2-hour free parking (on 3rd st next to Harvey Milk prom. parking)
- Promenade Lot (on N. Tribune Ct. behind MADE)
- 3rd St / Acres of Books Lot (Corner of Long Beach Blvd and 3rd Street)
- James Republic (Courtyard by Marriott LB Downtown
- Dave Van Patten: “Dave Van Patten is a well-known Long Beach Illustrator, Designer, Humorist, and Muralist. His work demonstrates visuals ranging from dreamlike absurdism, psychedelic surrealism, childlike storybook simplicity, ethical fables, to disturbingly dark humor. Dave also has a few other murals around town.”
- Felipe Pantone: “Felipe Pantone is an Argentine-Spanish contemporary artist. Pantone’s body of work is based in kinetic art, installations, graffiti & design, characterized by “use of bold colors, geometrical patterns, and OP art elements.” His combinations recall “bright colored typography, 80s synth-pop music, and SMPTE color bars on the TV.”
- Sparc: Sparc is one of our local Long Beach muralists. Born in Mexico City, he has lived most of his life here in Long Beach. His style combines a clash of graffiti, graphic design, and illustration. You can see his work all around town including on the walls inside Studio One Eleven, the Packard, and many exterior walls throughout downtown.
Looking for convenient hotel accommodations for a fun weekend in Long Beach? Hotel Current is conveniently located in central Long Beach just minutes away from all the action of downtown and of course the airport. If you’re looking for even more things to do in the LBC, check out our attractions page. Book your local stay with Hotel Current today!