MADE in Beverly Hills tickets available early for residents
MADE in Beverly Hills includes tours of iconic buildings, including Beverly Hills City Hall. (photo by Andy Kitchen)
Presale tickets for the new MADE (Modern Architecture Design Experience) in Beverly Hills festival will go on sale exclusively to Beverly Hills residents beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 1, two weeks prior to tickets being available to the public. The city is not limiting the number of tickets available to residents.
The architecture and design festival will be held May 4-7 and will feature more than 20 events such as tours, lectures, films and a luncheon fashion show. MADE in Beverly Hills encourages the community to explore the art, architecture, design and landscapes of Beverly Hills. Participants can tour City Hall, Virginia Robinson Gardens, Greystone Mansion, the Beverly Hills Hotel and Edelweiss Chocolates, which inspired the memorable chocolate-factory scene from “I Love Lucy.” An architecture tour through Trousdale Estates will also be offered.
Throughout the four-day festival, numerous Beverly Hills restaurants will craft special drinks and dishes for visitors and festival goers.
For information, a full list of activities, and to purchase tickets, visit bevelyhills.org/madebh. Beverly Hills residents can purchase tickets in advance on the website.
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