9:00-10:00p - Main Stage

Allah-Las met while working at the biggest of all the L.A. Record stores, but they became a band in an even more rare and special space—a California basement, dug out somewhere between the mountains and the beach. They began gigging shortly after their conception in and around Los Angeles in the later part of 2008. It wasn’t until three years later that they would find the proper environment to record their first single “Long Journey” which now bookends their self-titled release. These were the kind of songs that bounced between London and Los Angeles, the kind of thing that could have come from Mick Jagger or Arthur Lee or both at once, with crystalline guitar and slow-mo drums that recalled the way the waves take big bites of the beach at night. This was mystery music from the strange and ancient-modern California fringe, more Night Tide than Easy Rider. Allah-Las were a reflection of a reflection, an echo of an echo, a band that was psychedelic not because of reverb or shredding through pedals but for the simple way their songs seem to extend to infinity. (Chris Ziegler)

Jesse Jo Stark

Jesse Jo Stark

8:00-8:40p - Main Stage

Jesse Jo Stark, the brooding singer-songwriter who was one of Guns N’ Roses opening acts last year, performs with a full-throttle voice that growls through spooky lyrics about zombies, spiders, and the terrors of love. American Songwriter magazine compares her to Mazzy Star, and even the cynics at Vice admit she’s on the rise. Stark began writing songs at age ten, then fought extreme shyness to start performing original material in her teens to emerge as a performer to watch.  (Faran Krentcil, Elle Magazine)

Georgia Anne Muldrow

Georgia Anne Muldrow

7:00-7:40p - Main Stage

Part of the fabric of Los Angeles’ hip-hop / jazz / soul avant-garde since 2005, Georgia Anne Muldrow has built a mightily impressive discography and a reputation to match during her career as a vocalist, songwriter, producer and musician. It is fitting that in 2018 she should sign to Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder imprint – a record label deeply embedded in LA, with a ton of shared history and a united vision of the future – to release her stunning new album.

It’s Georgia’s rich musical heritage and the sheer weight of her catalogue that has earned her the respect of peers such as Mos Def (“She’s incredible. She’s like [Roberta] Flack, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, she’s something else.”), Erykah Badu (with whom she collaborated on “New Amerykah Part Two” in 2010), Bilal and Robert Glasper who invited Georgia to perform on his “Miles Ahead” OST in 2016.



6:00-6:40p - Main Stage

Fresh back from performing at  Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Thumpasaurus hits the stage at OAM18. Thumpasaurus is a five piece punk/funk band that draws its influence from a species of shamanic dinosaur that existed in pre-historic times. They specialize in making people dance, sweat and enjoy themselves.  Thumpasaurus is for everyone who enjoys live music. There is plenty to listen to if you don’t like to dance and there is plenty to dance to if you don’t like to listen. Everyone is welcome at a Thumpasaurus show. Just come dance!

La Chamba

5:00-5:40p - Main Stage

La Chamba plays chicha, a distinctive style of cumbia, one with Brazilian carimbó, Andean huayno and American acid rock in its blood. But it’s distinctly Peruvian, an obscure form that arose in the ’70s from the shanties outside Lima. It was, in its earliest form, music played by working-class migrants from the jungles and mountains of Peru, banged out on cheap instruments at neighborhood parties. And, unexpectedly, the music has become one of the linchpins of L.A.’s thriving Latin alternative scene. (Chris Kissel, LA Weekly)

The Altons

The Altons

4:00-4:40p - Main Stage

The Altons are a soul rock group with a twist of Latin inspired flavors and rhythms. Their music is driven by intense grooves from the rhythm section that will bring you to your feet, while soulful leads inspire lovers to dance a little closer.  When they take control of any stage you can always expect a fun and energetic time. From dirty blues guitar riffs to funky jams, these five musicians are sure to make the old and young crowd put on their dancing shoes. Years of experience let the band play off of each other’s chemistry assuring each night is a unique experience with the audience. Always expanding the doors for new fans while staying true to their hometown roots The Altons vivacious cumbias are a sure shot to get any crowd singing in English or Spanish.


Carter Comics

Carter Comics

All day - Booth 13

Allen Carter of Carter Comics, is an independent comic book creator who writes and illustrates three different comic titles: “Damn Tourists,” “Cosmic Force,” and “Mongoose Mondays.” Mr. Carter has appeared at numerous comic book conventions and artwalks across Northern and Southern California and Nevada (including last year’s Open Arts and Music Festival). He is originally from Oahu, Hawaii, but currently lives in North Hollywood, California. Mr. Carter will be doing a live demonstration showing how to illustrate various everyday expressions that he uses all the time with the help of his character, Mr. Figure-Of-Speech Mongoose.

Cornejo Arts

All day - Booth 35

Damien Cornejo aims through his art to explore the things that brought him wonder as a kid. Mr. Cornejo is a contemporary artist heavily influenced by popular culture and the desire to bring joy to the lives of others through his art. Damien will be inviting Festival-goers to be a part of the art making process and make a series of prints of the collaborative piece.


All day - Booth 14

OddFun focuses on humor and original digital designs. Their humor is based primarily around puns using pop culture as inspiration and their original designs are creative artwork that appears in comics. Their work features unique designs on various products across art prints, tech accessories, apparels, and home decor goods.  Oddfun will run an activity on how to make a button design.


Panache Jewelry

Workshop Time TBD - Booth 22

“My inspiration comes from nature—everything from the bold colors of the changing season to the innate beauty of raw rocks and semi-precious stones. I love the contrast of combining dainty charms and stones with chains and wire to create beautiful, sculptural pieces.” Jewelry artist Amanda Diaz will run a workshop on making stretch bracelets. Workshop times will be confirmed soon.  Stop by!

Craft School Altadena

All day - Booth 15

Craft School is a shop that sells unique, hand-made gifts and art and craft supplies and also has crafty classes and workshops. It provides the Altadena/Pasadena area with a comfortable, welcoming place where people can be at ease to learn, create and express themselves freely. Classes and workshops include machine and hand sewing, art journaling, watercoloring, embroidery, quilting, snail mailing, bookbinding, crochet, and many more. They will run an all-day workshop where participants will receive a hand-made blank book and create a mixed-media collage with watercolor, pen and vintage ephemera.

Amasor Jewelry

All day - Booth 4

Amasor Jewelry isn’t just one style, and includes everything from sapphires to seed beads to pearls to ethnic beads: its jewelry that goes from ethnic to elegant to everyday. All pieces are made by the artist and the work is meticulous and crafted with great consciousness as to color, weight, and balance. All pieces show unique quality beads, stones and findings. Amasor will do a combination of demonstrations and hands on activities where participants can chose beads to make their own necklace or bracelet.


All day - Booth 36

Handmade minimalist, everyday jewelry- necklaces, bracelets, anklets, chokers, rings, beaded bracelets. Hulma can customize style and sizes of bracelets and necklaces on the spot for our customers. They are made of quality materials such as 14k gold filled, sterling silver, stainless steel, 18k gold and sterling silver plating.

Clenn Designs

Clenn Designs

All day - Booth 37

Clenn Designs believes that every design, project, graphic, video should be available for everyone in its utmost quality. We offer different set of skills and/or techniques that we have acquired through years of experience in different industries. Our forte is in Digital Illustrations, Animations, Composing and Web Designs.

Aliana Afano Art

Oliana Afano Art

All day - Booth 20

Oliana Afano is a contemporary expressionist painter who uses acrylic but experiments with mixed media. Her signature style can be described as a pop art style, dynamic and alive pieces of art bursting with energy using a very broad rich color palette. The subject of her work vary from musicians, celebrities and iconic figures from the past and present. There will be live painting titled ” Painting outside the Lines” which focuses on the freedom of art and not perfection.

Open Windows to The World By Movses Djanbatian

Open Windows to The World

All day - Booth 10

Movses Djanbatian is an artist who loves to travel. When he’s on the road, he likes to capture ordinary life and places through photography. Then, he “repaints” the image to give the viewer a multi-dimensional impression, the color, the depth and the presence, as if you are looking at it through your wall window. Visit his booth to learn all about his process of recreating these beautiful images.

Migs Art

Migs Art

All day - Booth 17

MigsArt is a Mermaid/Fantasy/Under-theSea artist and what better way to celebrate art than creating ART! We are going to have an oversized mermaid tail community coloring experience. Guest can come by the booth anytime and decorate their own scale on a large mermaid tail. Collectively we’ll create a beautiful piece of art!

IndiTwist Creative Studio

IndiTwist Creative Studio

Every 30 minutes - Booth 21

IndiTwist is a unique home-based studio in Montrose, CA. they offer art and creative classes from their studio and mobile services for events for kids, teens and adults. IndiTwist encourages the exploration and discovery of design principals and art elements through a variety of tools, techniques and media. The innovative program at IndiTwist strengthens creative thinking, intuition, improves fine motor skills, builds self-confidence, social skills and reveals hidden talents in every student. IndiTwist Studio is open to all starting from 18 months to 99 years young. IndiTwist will do a workshop in block printing & madhubani from India!

Art of Evans

Art of Evans

Time TBD (3x per day) - Booth 25

Betty Evans’s art is in private collections all over the world and used in major movies and television shows. She has garnered numerous awards in shows and contests. Her work can be seen by appointment and she does commissions and special projects.
Betty Evans is a self-taught artist who has been painting for 25 years. She paints scenes of ordinary life in bold colors.Her paintings make people happy. Her book entitled,Paintings That Make You Smile was published in 2005.

Visit her booth to create greeting cards with multimedia fabrics, paper designs, and more!

Conscientious Clay

Concientious Clay

All day - Booth 28

Ever since I can remember, I have loved the sense of touch. Whether it be sand at the beach or soil in the garden, or a super soft blanket.  This is why I love working with clay today!  From the soft buttery feeling of porcelain to the gritty texture of heavily grogged clays.  I prefer to throw on the wheel. I never know what I will create. To just let it happen and have a wonderful piece appear out of a piece of clay is something special.  As for the finishes I choose, my passion is for luscious unglazed surfaces. The variety of  firings achieve such stunning colors! Copper matte alcohol reduction produce out of this world colors.  Visit my booth for a workshop where you can play with clay, make pinch pots with air drying clay!

PitchStudios and SV -MoodMachine

Mood Machine by Pitch Studios

All day - Booth 47

Mood Machine is an interactive project that explores human relationship with technology and the Internet through 4 unique worlds. Created in collaboration with NYC-based digital artist Matthew Keff and sound design by Lewis Cancut, the Mood machine is presented by StandardVision and offers an immersive VR experience.

Ace/121 Gallery


All day - Booth 23

The ACE/121 Gallery is a resident-run venue of an arts-focused affordable housing project for artists of all ages in Glendale, CA.

Our participating artists will all show various demonstrations or live painting/making over the course of the day.

Glendale Art Association

Glendale Art Association

All day - Booth 5

Glendale Art Association will focus on trees and forests through art that has trees, forests, forest animals and landscapes with trees in examples of our work. One of the pressing topics of our time is the environment and planting trees is one of the best ways to help it recover.  One of our artists is a published author of an art book on California Oaks.
As activity, we will have examples of how to draw 3 different kinds of trees and supplies for attendees to draw their own trees.  Several artists will be helping the new artists to do their drawings which they will be able to take with them.
Parvez S Imagery

Parvez S Imagery

All day - Booth 29

What happens when a non-Armenian journalist lands into Armenia the day their Revolution starts? He gets kidnapped in Armenia in the utmost unexpected way. Learn from a published Journalist who has worked many international countries for many TV networks and celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey. What should one look for when traveling for the greatest journalism and landscape photographs?

Rick Clark Photography

Rich Clark Photography

All day - Booth 32

Rich Clark demonstrates different approaches to live action photography. He shares professional tips of the trade to help you capture motion without the blur. Attendees will learn about camera settings for motion in different lighting and walk away with the working knowledge of how to take an action photo.

Imperfect Produce

Imperfect Produce

All day - Booth 24

We source ugly produce directly from farms. You enjoy healthy, delicious produce and save money!
Everyone wins! Approximately 20% of fruits and vegetables in the U.S. never leave the farm just because they look a little different. Instead of ending up on your dinner plate, they end up left in the field or trucked to landfill. We think that’s crazy, and we’ve built a network of over 150 farmers and producers who agree. We buy their unloved produce, and they’re rewarded for their full harvest–not just for the pretty stuff.

Jonathan Raines

Jonathan Raines

All day - Booth 26

Make a Gumby style stop-motion video clip. Pokey will be there too. Move the green guy’s left leg. Snap a photo. Move the right leg. Snap again. Before long, you’ll have made a bit of animation.


Art by Velvet Rhodes

- Booth 8

Art for Every Reason Art for Every Season

Cats Wearing Earrings – Drawings of Cats with Vintage Clip on Earrings.  The cats are hand drawn in a 4″ x  4″ box, and then the vintage clip on earrings are attached to the drawings.

Abstract Designs

- Booth 1

We offer full service Custom Screen Printing/Direct to Garment/Vinyl Vehicle Wrap/Banners/Table Covers/Decals/Stickers & specializing in athletic and corporate apparel. We also offer Customers to Create There Own Design! On Our New Design Studio on our website. Please visit us @

Jacqui Smith

- Booth 2

Illustrator Jacqui C. Smith creates detailed and whimsical ink illustrations on wood panels. Stop by throughout the day as she completes a piece during a live demo.

Jacqueline Myers Cho

- Booth 3

Starburst Glass

- Booth 6

Our kaleidoscopes have a new and unique appearance. Using physics and geometry, they create a magic never seen before.


Community Services & Parks Dept.

Glendale Parks Climbing Wall

All day - Kid Zone

The Community Services & Parks Department (CSP) brings a 28 foot climbing wall for all ages to enjoy!  CSP’s mission is to enhance the quality of life by providing safe,  and well-maintained parks and public spaces; preserving open space and historic resources; providing services that address the physical, recreational, social, and economic needs of the community; and creating opportunities for renewal, growth and enrichment.

Ages 5+ (participants must weigh at least 40lbs and be able to fit into the harness).

Imagine Project

Imagine Project

Activity Times TBD - Kid Zone

Imagine Project is LA’s new and only Equity theatre dedicated entirely to programming for young audiences! We strive to dynamically engage with youth of all cultural and economic backgrounds, inspiring them to face life with creativity, insight, empathy and courage. Derived from the experiences of many different ethnic groups that make up LA’s diverse cultural diaspora, IP invites children and parents to come together in the vast and nurturing space of theatre to make a difference in the lives of kids everywhere. Visit their booth for fun activities!

Ages 5-12

Proud Penguin

Proud Penguin

Activity Times TBD - Kid Zone

A penguin, who wishes he could fly, meets a seagull and learns a secret that changes…EVERYTHING!

“A beautifully illustrated story that captures the fact that…in the end we all should just embrace our own gifts and talents.” -MRS. MOMMY BOOKNERD

Visit Proud Penguin’s booth for the music and art of Proud Penguin with the theme of “BE HAPPY TO BE YOU!”

Ages 3-6

Art 2 Go

Art 2 Go

3:00-10:00p - Kid Zone

Art 2 Go is a community outreach program that presents visual art workshops in conjunction with museums, schools and cultural organizations. Helen Marish is the Director of Art 2 Go and she will be leading crafting workshops. Helen Marish teaches studio art classes for children at the City of LA Department of Cultural Affairs Junior Art Center and holds residencies at elementary schools through Barnsdall Arts. As the Visual Arts Coordinator for the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles, Helen has experience partnering with greater LA’s arts education community.

Ages 3-7

Rolling Robots

- Kid Zone

At Rolling Robots, we teach young inventors how to build and program robots. We also host robot building birthday parties and mentor VEX Robotics Teams.

Ages 4 1/2 – 16.

Kiwanis of Glendale Safe Moves

- Main Stage

For over 30 years, Safe Moves has made a difference in the lives of thousands of children, parents and educators with their innovative programs.

City of Glendale Art

Valentina Panosyan

All day - Booth 44

The City of Glendale offers youth art classes taught by local artist Valentina Panosyan. Children ages 4-17 may register to learn traditional drawing and painting, watercolor, oil pastel techniques to create realistic artwork. Students explore different artistic styles and learn about different artists in history. Students work from life and photo references to build observational skills and develop creativity in a fun environment at Brand Studios. The class instructor, Valentina Panosyan is a Los Angeles based fine artist with a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts from California State University of Los Angeles. To learn more about the classes please visit the City Leisure Guide at or follow us on Instagram and Facebook at CityofGlendaleArt.
Participants get to create your own abstract painting on canvas.


Check out our Craft Beer Garden featuring local craft breweries.

Only $3 for a 5oz sample cup, and $12 for a 12oz cup.

Must be 21+ to enter the Beer Garden.

Frogtown Brewery



Local Restaurants

California Pizza Kitchen

BJ’s Restaurant

Tender Greens


The Olive Garden

The Pie Bar


Electric Pussycat

Ben and Danny’s

Khinkali House

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

Regent Coffee

Da Juice Bar

All India Cafe

Porto’s Bakery

Carousel Restaurant

Urartu Coffee

Heritage Eatery

Terra d’Oliva

Gauchos Village

Plate and Petal

Panini Kabob Grill

Hot Dog on a Stick

Charleys Philly Steak

Lolli & Pops

Buddy Chicken

Oil & Vinegar

Waffle Jack

The Eden on Brand

85 degress C Bakery and Cafe

Mix & Match Burger

Lola’s Peruvian Restaurant

Damon’s Steakhouse

Shake Shack

Oak and Vine

Bacari GDL


Granville Cafe

Lao Sze Chuan

Sprinkles Cupcakes