NightShift LA 2013

This August 30th, on Labor Day weekend, we’re hosting our 2nd Annual Labor Day Concert in support of working families. 

Follow NightShift '13 Artists:

Aaron Neville       Lucinda Williams       Etana                    The Iguanas        
                                              

Tickets and Pricing 

General admission to the concert starts at $35
Reserved seating starts at $75
Looking for the VIP experience? It's yours for $150

For more information about tickets and pricing, call 888-512-SHOW or click the link below:
www.axs.com/NightShift

  • Doors open at 4 for a 5 o'clock show.
  • All ages welcome
  • Show happens rain or shine
  • No refunds or exchanges
  • Lineup subject to change
  • All patrons subject to search
  • Photo ID required to get tickets at Will Call

Getting Here

Lot #7 next to STAPLES Center, is located in Downtown Los Angeles at 1150 S. Figueroa st, Los Angeles, CA 90015 ‎

Use this map to plan your trip or scroll through the directions below.

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Parking

We recommend using the West Garage (Lot W, Gate B, Enter on Chick Hearn Ct.). There is a flat rate of $10-$30 (depending on the event) payable upon entrance. Valet service is available for an additional fee. By parking here, you can stay as late as you wish and do not have to worry about getting a validation.

Rail

If you're coming to NightShift by rail, ride the Metro Blue or Expo Line to Pico Station (2 min walk) or the Metro Red or Purple Line to 7th St/Metro Center Station (7 min walk). To find the route that's best for you, use the Metro Trip Planner

Bus

Metro Bus routes service all of Los Angeles and many lines stop near NightShift including lines 30, 81, 442, 460 and the Silver Line. To find the route that's best for you, use the Metro Trip Planner or contact Metro at (323) GO METRO or (323) 466-3876.


Tell Somebody 

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About Working Californians 

Working Californians is committed to uniting performance, art and action to improve the community for working families.  As a research and advocacy organization promoting the interests of working people and communities in the Greater Los Angeles area, we’re creating an economic environment that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship, while making sure that workers receive fair wages, safety and respect in the workplace.