Lucha Libre Extravaganza! Saturday, July 15, 2017 - Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)


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Explore the highflying world of Lucha Libre in MOLAA’s Sculpture Garden with 5 powerful matches including international superstars Taya Valkyrie and Thunder Rosa! The evening will also include craft & food vendors, art workshops, complimentary face painting, pop up art show by David Espinoza and a cash bar.

5:30pm Wrestling School by Max Minor, a documentary about the Santino Bros. Wrestling Academy in Bell Gardens (Screening Room)

6:00-7:00pm Meet and Greet with the Lucha Stars (Lecture Room)

6:30pm Performance by Cutty Flam, a Rock n Roll Prom Punk band (Sidelot)

7:30pm First Match Begins (Sculpture Garden)

Ticket Prices: $25/ Members: $20
Tickets will be higher at door.

(562)437.1689 or visit www.molaa.org

All ages are welcomed. Limited seating is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Vendors:

Wicked Bones Art
El Machete Microbrew Chilli Sauces
Paz Morada
Micho & Mary
East Los Musubi
Bison Burger
Vchos Truck

and much more!

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