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WatchTime Los Angeles 2019: A SoCal Watch Event

Paul Altieri

West Coast-based watch enthusiasts rejoice; we finally have a high-level horology event coming to our shores. Slated to take place May 3-4, 2019 at the Hudson Loft event space in Downtown LA, WatchTime Los Angeles 2019 will host a range of watch-focused activities spread over two days.

There will be over 30 luxury watch brands on-site and since this event is taking place in May, expect plenty of novelties from SIHH and Baselworld on-hand. WatchTime is thoughtful to include watch brands from a wide range of price points, so there will be a little something for just about every type of watch fan.  

WatchTime Los Angeles
Watch collectors and enthusiasts in Southern California now have a horology event of their own (Image: WatchTime).

Confirmed Brands (more to be confirmed in the coming weeks):

  • Lange & Söhne
  • Bell & Ross
  • Bovet
  • De Bethune
  • G-Shock
  • Grand Seiko
  • Greubel Forsey
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre
  • Kari Voutilainen  
  • Moritz Grossmann
  • RGM Watches
  • Romain Gauthier

Along with watch exhibitions, WatchTime Los Angeles 2019 will also organize panel discussions with industry insiders and experienced watch collectors. Instagram user WatchAnish is also a partner in the event.

WatchTime Los Angeles
WatchTime Los Angeles 2019 is bringing a high-level horology event to Southern California (Image: WatchTime).

Ticket Options for WatchTime Los Angeles 2019

WatchTime Los Angeles 2019 is selling two types of tickets for attendance to the event:

Two-Day Access: $150

  • VIP Party on Friday, May 3rd, 2019, 5:30-9:30pm
  • All-Day Event on Saturday, May 4th, 2019, 11am-5pm

One-Day Access: $50

  • All-Day Event on May 4th, 2019, 11am-5pm

With most of the American watch shows taking place on the East Coast in New York and Miami, we’re happy to see Los Angeles now included in the calendar. For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, click here.

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A look inside the Hudson Loft event space in Downtown Los Angeles (Image: WatchTime).
Paul Altieri