San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Summer on 7th
Saturday, July 21, 2012
7pm - midnight
Drink, eat and dance for a great cause!
Summer on 7th is the place to be for hip downtowners!
This “place-to-be” party will feature fabulous DJs and professional dancers to help you get your
Our Artists’ Market has expanded, offering hand-crafted art and jewelry by local artists. Feeling
lucky? Try your hand at our mystery gift table, which has also grown in popularity and in the value
of its prizes! Don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets to win some exquisite one-of-a-kind prizes.
There will also be plenty of food and drinks to help you enjoy an evening of summer fun. Bring
your friends, families, co-workers and neighbors to come party with Inner-City Arts (this is a 21-
and- over only event).
Pre-Sale Tickets are
$45 each until May 15, 2012
$55 each until July 20, 2012
and $65 each at the door.
So buy your tickets now and don't forget to pre-purchase
valet parking at a 50% discount!
For more info, go to www.inner-cityarts.org or call 213-627-9621 ext 115.
All proceeds support the programs at Inner-City Arts.
*This is a 21 and over event!*
Founded in 1989, Inner-City Arts works in partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District to bring elementary and middle school students to the campus during the school day for instruction in the visual and performing arts. High school students participate in after-school and Saturday programs.
Your support will enable us to continue to offer arts programming free of charge to thousands of inner-city children and youth, and to train more teachers to use the arts as a tool in teaching academic subjects, extending our reach beyond our campus and reforming education in our city.
When & Where
Inner-City Arts’ mission is to use arts education to positively affect the lives of inner-city children, improving their chances to lead productive and successful lives by developing creativity, improving learning skills and building self-confidence.
Inner-City Arts provides elementary, middle and high school students, many living in Los Angeles' poorest neighborhoods, with the tools and skills they need to succeed academically and personally. Our unique approach to arts education brings elementary, middle and high school students, educators, families and the community to Inner-City Arts' award-winning campus—an oasis of creativity and learning in one of the nation's poorest neighborhoods—to work with professional teaching artists in well-equipped studios and performance spaces.