A place to gather with those you love...
Suffragette house. Civil rights meeting place. Progressive church.
This beautiful plot of land in a historically protected artists’ neighborhood of LA has always seemed to bring people together.
Musicians Zach Leigh and Lourdes Hernández wanted to continue that tradition by transforming the 4,000 square foot Arts and Crafts building into a music venue. But after only one concert, they received requests to use the space as a wedding venue. So in 2016, the couple lovingly transformed the church into a more than 8,300 square foot indoor-outdoor event space.
Since opening in early 2016, The Ruby Street has played host to everything from pop-up dinners to film screenings, weddings to film shoots. The Ruby Street carries on the building’s tradition of bringing people together to celebrate love, art and LA.
Sales + Marketing Director
Annette, a native Angeleno, has been producing major art, culture, and social events in LA (and around the US) for the past 10 years and has made so many amazing connections and friends along the way. She loves cats, spreadsheets, and bringing people together (in that order).
Zach & Lourdes Hernandez
After a chance meeting while playing a show at The Largo, musicians Zach and Lourdes set out to work on a creative project together. After completing the Ruby Street they wed there just a few months later and continue to oversee all of the operational and creative direction of the space.
Director of Events
Kayla is the logistical brains behind the operation. Not only does she run her own event production company but she comes armed with knowledge from running some of the cities top venues.