The above flier explains it all: The TV show “Street Art Throwdown” invites you to be part of the grand finale block party on Monday July 21.
If you’d like to participate read the above very carefully (especially about what (not) to wear. VERY IMPORTANT: No logos, band names, copyrighted material, no band names, sports team logos etc. And no stripes, stripes get really freaking weird on camera). It will be outside, so me, I’ll be wearing sunblock. Dress like it’s a street art party–fun, casual, cool, edgy, L.A.
Check in at 1242 South Hope Street is at 9am. If you are under 18 you must have your parent or guardian with you. Filming starts at 10am and goes til noon.
You will also have to sign a non-disclosure agreement meaning you can’t be telling everyone about what went down, who was there, etc. In exchange for having to (I know it’s hard) not talk about it, there are food trucks, music, and art. No cameras, no Instagramming your experience, etc. and Yeah turn off the phone!
You must RSVP by Sunday July 20 to StreetArtBlockParty@gmail.com.