Venue Details

The Doll Factory
1910 Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90026
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 5 members
Review from Rafuplink
Red Velvet 137 events 8 reviews

Truly wonderful event. So many things happening. Great roller derby event. La Lucha VaVoom wrestling and burlesque was mondo fun. Great bands. Live Theremin covers. Indie rockers in intimate settings. Science stuff. Fire breathing. The list goes...continued

reviewed Jul 13 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Blazin Rasin
54 events 16 reviews

quite fun. the durby dolls were hot

reviewed Jul 13 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Dennis Przywara
7 events 1 review

It was an amazing time for such a great cause! There's so much going on for such a cheap ticket. For all the acts and talent there, it's a must see! The derby/Lucha Va voom combo alone is worth it! Would go again for sure!

reviewed Jul 13 2013 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

2010’s Twentywonder was named an event pick and called “Awesome!” by the Los Angeles Times
“Part charity, part science, part comedy … a mindbender.” —


You must be age 21 or older to attend this event. General admission tickets are good for performances and attractions. VIP Pass includes admission, complimentary valet parking, stadium preferred seating, a TwentyWonder 2012 Amulet designed by master sculptor Brad Oldham and access to the exclusive VIP Guest Lounge with catered snacks and drinks.

Performances and attractions by:

Los Angeles Derby Dolls

Masked Mexican Wrestlers Lucha VaVoom

Comedian David Koechner

New Orleans Brass Band Vaud & the Villains

Magician Mac King

Matthew Sweet

Acclaimed Singer/Songwriter Sam Phillips

Performing selections from his one-man show Riffing Myself_, Joel Hodgson (_MST3K)

The Celluloid Enthusiasts of Cinefamily

Lounge Act The Lampshades

Tim Biskup and Ego Killers

Carnival Games from Two Bit Circus

and more…

TwentyWonder 2013 will also feature some of Los Angeles’ favorite food trucks including KingKone, Jose O’Maley’s and Me So Hungry, plus local favorite Garage Pizza. Soft drinks and alcohol beverages will be available for purchase. The event will feature locally crafted beers from Golden Road Brewery. A percentage of proceeds from food and beverage sales will be donated to Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles.

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