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jubilee music fest

London Manori will showcase many of its new pieces at the Jubilee Music and Arts Festival in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8, 2013.

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Jubilee Music and Arts Festival is two-day sampling of emerging and nationally recognized artists. Guests will enjoy many of the musicians, authors, and comedians that have become a staple in the Los Angeles arts and culture scene. The festival inspires lifelong engagement with the arts by bringing together talent and members of the diverse Los Angeles community for a unique two-day creative experience.

“I love the Jubilee Music and Art Festival,” said Aneela Manori, owner of London Manori.  “This year we are introducing our Los Angeles neighbors and guests to new pieces women will love to wear. Jewelry also makes a great memento—a reminder of the incredible artists and performances they will enjoy at the festival.”

teardrop necklaceThe 2013 collection features a range of pieces to appeal to a variety of tastes, from simple knotted love rings to eye-catching tear drop earrings to contemporary bar necklaces. London Manori has become popular with celebrities, who are often photographed wearing their pieces.

Jubilee Music and Arts Festival launches the summer festival season at its new location in the downtown Arts District at 590 South Santa Fe Avenue in Los Angeles. Pets are welcome and get in free. So are children who are accompanied by a parent or guardian 18+.

Jubilee Music and Arts Festival organizers say that festival goers will have the best time if they stay hydrated and protect themselves from the sun. They recommend participants bring the following items with them to the Julibee:

      • Sunscreen
      • Sunglasses
      • Earplugs
      • Non-professional camera
      • Empty re-usable water bottles – which can be filled at fountains on-site
      • Small backpack or bag
      • Dancing shoes
      • Hat
      • Valid driver’s license – for will call and alcohol

Doing their part to keep Los Angeles clean, Jubilee Music and Arts Festival operates on a Zero Waste Plan in collaboration with Sustain LA. The event organizers believe it is important to both divert discards from landfills and also educate supporters about resource recovery efforts—a method of collection and separation that allows waste to serve another use or become a product.

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