Fairfax Avenue is getting even more action than usual as the art-minded street wear brand Sprayground’s L.A. pop-up shop continues to showcase its new back to school collection with an immersive outdoor event. After a full week of festivities, tomorrow’s your last chance to check out ‘The Coliseum’ as they call it– an instagrammable basketball court mural environment and shopping experience with dunking and dancing contests, drops and other goodies. An event collaboration L.A. Native and street art favorite Zermilion, it’s an eye-popping spot to play and get styled, featuring the brand’s colorful products including backpacks and bags (love the timely shark motifs). There’s also tees, jackets and more, including new designs Los Angeles fans will love from a new “Crenshaw Collection” curated with renowned community activist “Big U.” For its final day, The Juice Market will serve libations at 1 p.m., and there will be a Lowrider car show at 4 p.m. 712 N. Fairfax Ave. Tues., August 2 from 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.; free. More info at sprayground.com/blogs/sprayground/sprayground-coliseum-coming-to-la.
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