Craft fair showcasing handmade goods held at L.A. Live in downtown

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A craft fair showcasing over 60 Los Angeles-based indie makers, crafters and artists was held at L.A. Live Wednesday night.

A craft fair showcasing over 60 Los Angeles-based indie makers, crafters and artists was held at L.A. Live Wednesday night.

The inaugural POPUP Marketplace featured live music and ran from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m at 800 W. Olympic Boulevard.

Parking was offered to guests for a fee of $5 in the West Garage via Gate B.

Participating vendors included Candle Stash, Downtown Muse Photography, Few Bits, Fox Force Three, Hollywood Fodder, Marley & Alfie, Roots Revival and more.

Using scraps of discarded wood, C.C. Boyce of Few Bits creates treasures.

"I take wood that would have ended up in a landfill and put it all together, make different shapes and make useable, beautiful things out of them," Boyce said.

The Tin Man also offered one-of-a-kind works of art crafted from antique tin ceiling tiles.

Food and drink specials were offered by the following L.A. Live restaurants: Katsuya, Rock'N Fish, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Red Mango, Rosa Mexicano, Tom's Urban, Smashburger, Live Basil Pizza, Lawry's Carvey, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill.

For more information, visit http://www.lalive.com/events-calendar/popup-marketplace.

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