September 18, 2020 Breaking News, Latest News, and Videos

Pier Concerts Return Tonight + Transit Options:

The first Twilight Concert Series event of the 2016 season is on tonight with Mayer Hawthorne on the bill. The free series is expected to bring thousands of people to Santa Monica on Thursday evenings through September 8.

For more information head to: santamonicapier.org/twilightconcerts

As concert goers plan their trip to the Santa Monica Pier, the City is reminding the  community and regional neighbors to consider all the great transportation options available in Santa Monica. 

Transit

There are now more ways than ever to get to and around Santa Monica. The Expo Line offers a direct connection from Downtown L.A. to Downtown Santa Monica, just four short blocks to the Pier. Santa Monica’s two other Expo Stations: 26th St./Bergamot and 17th St./Santa Monica College are less than ten minutes to the terminus. Big Blue Bus connects to all Expo Stations, and has routes throughout the region. Breeze Bike Share and bike valet make biking to the Pier safe and convenient.

Helpful transportation resources:

GoSaMo Website

Expo Line Timetable and Route

Big Blue Bus Routes and Schedules

Suggested Apps for Real Time Travel Info

Parking Map

Parking App

Parking is available for the Twilight Concert Series for $10 – 20. The rates apply to vehicles entering the below lots after 4 p.m. Any vehicle entering one of these three lots with 4 or more people of any age will receive a voucher that they can turn in to the bike valet stand for a $5.00 rebate.

Parking lots and rates:

Lot 1N – $20 per entry

Lot 3N – $15 per entry

Lot 4S – $10 per entry 

For more information on the Twilight Concert Series, visit santamonicapier.org/twilightconcerts

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