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Frieze Los Angeles

Paramount Pictures Studios

February 15 – 17, 2019

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Additional Gallery + Program tickets for Saturday 12-2pm and Program Only tickets for Saturday have just been released due to popular demand. Buy now to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are limited and only available online. Tickets will not be available at the door.

Gallery + Curated Program Tickets*
Friday Preview (2-8pm): $250 (inc. free tote bag)
Friday Private View (5-8pm): $150 (inc. free tote bag)
Saturday or Sunday Adult: $50
Saturday or Sunday Student/Youth (13-18Y): $20
Saturday or Sunday Child (2-12Y): $10

Curated Program Only Tickets*
Friday Preview (2-8pm)  $75 (inc. free tote bag)
Saturday or Sunday Adult: $20
Saturday or Sunday Student/Youth (13-18Y): $10
Saturday or Sunday Child (2-12Y): $5

*Booking fees included.

Booking Inquiries: SEE Tickets hotline +18445840653 (USA - toll free) , 0871 230 3452 (UK - calls cost 13p/min standard network charges), +44 (0)115 896 3082 (International). Order tracker and live chat.

Experience the whole of Frieze Los Angeles with Gallery + Curated Program tickets, including access to the 70 gallery presentations inside the tent, as well as the curated program taking place throughout the backlot of Paramount Pictures Studios. Please note, tickets are timed-entry tickets, so choose your time slot carefully.

Alternatively, Curated Program Only tickets give access to the New York City Street backlot of Paramount Pictures Studios as well as the Sherry Lansing and Paramount Theatres. With these tickets, explore Frieze Projects, Frieze Talks and Film, pop-ups from Los Angeles’ most talked about restaurants, and much more. These tickets do not include admission to the galleries. 

*Please note that the backlot at Frieze Los Angeles is an outdoor experience, please check the weather forecast before travelling.

Bag restrictions: Due to Paramount Pictures Studios security policy, large bags are not permitted onto the site. Please do not bring suitcases or any large items bigger than a handbag or laptop bag. A very limited bag drop facility will incur a $5 donation and net proceeds will be donated to Project Angel Food. Coats and umbrellas can be checked free of charge. Project Angel Food is registered as a non-profit organization. Registration number is: 95-4115863.

Parking: The fair takes place at Paramount Pictures Studios, a working movie studio lot. Due to the unique nature of hosting Frieze simultaneously to Paramount’s normal daily activities, we kindly ask all visitors to carefully read the parking and transportation guides here.

Card payments only: the fair is a cashless event.

Booking Inquiries: SEE Tickets hotline +18445840653 (USA - toll free) , 0871 230 3452 (UK - calls cost 13p/min standard network charges), +44 (0)115 896 3082 (International). Order tracker and live chat.

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