INGLEWOOD – The city of Inglewood announced plans to cancel this year’s MLK Celebration citing “public health and safety” as the reason.
Out of an abundance of caution, and in the interest of public health and safety, the City of Inglewood has cancelled the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Day Celebration. We look forward to resuming the celebration next year or when conditions allow and will continue to do our part to help our community stay safe, informed and connected.City of Inglewood
During the Jan. 4 city council meeting, the city pressed ahead with plans for creating Event Zones related to the Feb. 13 Super Bowl.
Despite reports the NFL is seeking alternative venues to host the week long event, Mayor Butts went on the news to proclaim the event “will go on” in Inglewood, as planned.
The city is planning a three day concert series, in coordination with KJLH radio, however, they have yet to publicly announce the cancellation of those events.
LA County has resumed an indoor mask mandate through mid February, which coincides with Super Bowl, however, Inglewood residents can not enter City Hall without an appointment or to make payments.
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