List of POW! WOW! mural locations

Pow! Wow! Long Beach is in full swing (stroke?), whatever. If you haven’t yet had the chance to watch a mural come to life, here’s a quick list of the 20 locations where art is happening (artists are in parenthesis). If you need any more guidance, you can click here to connect to Pow! Wow!’s official map.

So much art, so very hot; stay hydrated.

501 Pine Ave. (Max Sansing)

City Hall parking structure at 332 W. Broadway (Dina Saadi)

City Hall parking structure at 332 W. Broadway (Fortoul Brothers)

Crux Financial at 3444 E. Anaheim St. (Allison Bamcaat)

Drake Park at 951 Maine Ave. (Crisselle Mendiola)

Drake Park at 951 Maine Ave. (Jason Keam)

Drake Park at 951 Maine Ave. (Bodeck Luna Hernandez)

The Green Room at 1741 E. 7th St. (ABCNT)

Guv’nors Boxing Gym at 1630 E. Anaheim St. (Tidawhitney Lek)

Hoonigan at 621 Golden Ave. (Never Made)

Inside the 3rd Street parking structure next to Harvey Milk Park at 185 E. 3rd St. (Cynthia Lujan)

The Lab Learning Space at 927 Pine Ave. (Woes Martin)

Long Beach Convention Center Parking Garage off 300 Ocean Blvd. (Debe)

Pabst, Kinney & Associates at 230 Redondo Ave. (Hilda Palafox)

The Packard at 205 E. Anaheim St. on Locust Ave. (Steve Martinez)

Rose Park Roasters at 800 Pine Ave. (Luise Ono)

Shaun Lumachi Innovation Center at 309 Pine Ave. (Tran Nguyen)

Stevenson Elementary at 515 Lime Ave. (Kayla Mahaffey)

Supply & Demand at 2500 E. Anaheim St. (CRASH ONE)

Underpass at 49th Street and Del Amo (Caratoes)

Your complete guide to POW! WOW! Long Beach 2019 artists

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