July 16: Summerfest, Newport Dunes



Summer Fest 2016
July 16, 1pm – 5pm
Newport Dunes

OC Weekly invites you to attend the 4th Annual Summer Fest to celebrate Orange County beach culture in conjunction with our much-anticipated Summer Guide issue!

Join us for some fun in the sun with beachside performances from Rootz Underground & a special guest, Cali Conscious and Black Salt Tone. Cool off with drink samples from Tito’s Vodka, Newport Brew Co., Knee Deep Brewing, Lagunitas Brewing, Latitude 33 Brewing, Corona & more, and get your fill of food truck fare from Burger Monster, Piaggio On Wheels, Sweet Lou’s BBQ, Falasophy, California Grill Truck & Haole Boys Shave Ice. Guests can also shop for summer styles from Bohemian Mama, Puppies Make Me Happy, Raptor Jewelry & more.


June 12: Balboa Strawberry Festival

Held in June of each year, the 2nd Annual Balboa Strawberry Festival is a celebration of summer, food and fun, held in Encino on Ventura Blvd. The Festival is centered around local residents’ love for delicious, California grown strawberries. Featuring tons of strawberry themed food and drink, plus live music, dancing, rides and games for the whole family, this is the PERFECT way to celebrate summer, and is FREE TO ATTEND!

Event highlights: Kids Zone, Strawberry Row, Strawberry Farmers, Beer & Wine Garden, Food Trucks, Music and more!

A free faily event in Encino on Sunday, June 12th. Event will take place on Ventura Blvd from Balboa to Amestory from 10am-6pm.

Own a local business, restaurant, or just love strawberries? Visit our website to participate!


For any questions, inquiries, comments, or to be a vendor, please contact: irene@ezeventproduction.com 

Sunday, June 12, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PDT) Add to Calendar
Encino – 17019 Ventura Blvd , Los Angeles, CA 91316looking

June 9 Downtown LA Artwalk Night Market

One Stop Shop for your Downtown LA Artwalk Experience!

Park at the start of the corridor at 3rd and Spring (Joe’s Parking) and you will start your night as you get out of the car with some of the L.A.’s best food trucks and Street Artists!

After some Grubs and Arts walk through the rest of the Corridor of Downtown LA Artwalk for the best galleries in town.

Back at our original location of 5 years on 3rd and Springs, we are bringing the Food & Art back to Downtown LA Artwalk!

***Artists Display for Free – Email youngho@bellybombz.com to secure a spot***

Food Trucks (tentative)
Kogi BBQ
Belly Bombz
Rice Balls of Fire
Wise BBQ
Street Kitchen LA
Oaxacana on Wheelz


  • June 9
  • July 14
  • Aug 11
  • Sept 8
  • Oct 13
  • Nov 10
  • Dec 8


Thursday, June 9, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)

246 S Spring St

246 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

June 4: Long Beach, Vegan Food & Music Festival

Long Beach Vegan Food & Music Festival

Long Beach Vegan Food & Music Festival

Natural and Holistic Baby Expo

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

A FREE all ages, all vegan, outdoor festival with live music throughout the day. Featuring food trucks, food booths, activities and a cruelty free market place.

More info at lbveganfest.com


We love music, and we love food!

Aaaand, because we love animals,

we love VEGAN food.

Come celebrate with us

and enjoy some delicious

vegan fare and amazing

live music!

Add in some fun activities,

creative art installations

and earth-friendly merchants

and you’ve got the ingredients

for a wonderful new

Summertime tradition!

May 28: Eat | See | Hear

The Dude Lebowski (Jeff Bridges) is mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski. He accepts a one-time job with high pay-off enlisting the help of his bowling buddy, Walter (John Goodman). Deception leads to more trouble, and it soon seems that everyone from porn empire tycoons to nihilists want something from The Dude.


SEE: THE BIG LEBOWSKI Outdoor Movie / Rated R

EAT: Food Trucks schedule here 

HEAR: Opus Orange

WHERE: The Autry in Griffith Park.  This is a very large, grassy lawn. You’ll want to bring pillows, cushions and blankets.

PRO TIP: Arrive early to take advantage of Free Admission to The Autry for all Eat|See|Hear ticket holders beginning at 5:30pm.

DOGS: Yes! This event is dog-friendly! All dogs are welcomed with a free biscuit at the door! Note: Dogs are not allowed inside the museum but are welcome everywhere else at the event.

TIME: Doors 5:30, Music 7, Movie 8:30

ENTRANCE: The Autry is located inside Griffith Park. You may bike in or park for FREE at the LA Zoo parking lot.

SEATING/CHAIRS: This location is a sprawling, grassy lawn. Pillows, cushions and blankets are preferred, though low chairs with low backs are allowed. If you have a tall chair (like a lawn chair or camping style chair more than 6 inches off the ground) you will be required to sit outside the center of the venue, which is marked with signs on both the left & right side of the venue. There is ample room for chairs, so please don’t block the view of the person(s) behind you.

PARKING: FREE! Across the street at the LA Zoo Parking lot.

For updates and more information about The Big Lebowski or any of Eat|See|Hear’s events, please visit our website.

Get your Big Lebowski tickets today!

When Saturday, May 28, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT) – Add to Calendar Where Autry Museum in Griffith Park – 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027

May 28: Hollywood Beer & Music


The Hollywood Beer and Music Festival is a exicting event celebrating craft beer and live music. The event is a collaborative effort of many production companies and breweries combining to raise many for a great cause. The event will feature unlimited samples of over 60 craft beers from local and regional breweries. The Avalon Main Stage will boast headlining artist and bands. The Outdoor Hollywood Lot will feature the power 106 flava Unit DJ Truck and Food Truck Festival. The event is a walk around event held during the middle of the day. The event will also feature a food truck pavillion and Private After Party.

Saturday, May 28, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT) Add to Calendar
Hollywood Reserve Lot and Avalon – 1735 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90028




Balboa (San Diego) Food Truck Fridays


Balboa Park will come alive after five this summer as the San Diego landmark launches its “Park After Dark” program, offering special nighttime attractions and deals.

“Balboa Park After Dark” starts this Friday and runs through Sept. 2. As part of the late-night program, 10 museums at the park plan to stay open until 8 p.m. or later so night owls can enjoy their offerings.

Joining “Park After Dark” will also be the “Food Truck Fridays” program. This will bring between eight and 10 gourmet food trucks to Plaza de Panama at the Prado walkway on a rotating basis, serving everything from appetizers to desserts under the stars.

The food trucks will run from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on June 3 and June 17, and then each Friday from July 1 through Sept. 2. The delicious lineup includes local favorites such as: Beachin’ Boba; Cousins Maine Lobster; Frida’s Cocina; Marcel Belgian Waffle; New Orleans Cuisine and Catering; Sweet Treats Ice Cream Motorcycle Sidecar; Tacos y Mariscos El Jefe; New York on Rye; Tabe BBQ.

June 4: Classical music and food trucks


Inside and Out: Plazacast & Community Festival

FREE community event, presented in association with Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Pacific Symphony presents its fifth Plazacast and Community Festival, a free party on the Arts Plaza at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, with food trucks and performances by community ensembles, followed by a live simulcast of the evening’s performance in the concert hall—Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 featuring André Watts and Berlioz’ Symphonie Fantastique—projected onto the wall of the plaza.

All Community Festival activities are inspired by the themes and motifs in Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique, a musical marvel filled with vivid descriptions of dreams, passion and fantasy. To learn more about this masterpiece, check out San Francisco Symphony’s Keeping Score.

Bring your own chair, blanket and picnic with friends on the plaza while enjoying the music—no ticket required! The first 100 people to arrive receive a free pair of tickets to select concerts at Pacific Symphony’s Summer Festival 2016.


5:00 p.m.             Food trucks open

5:00–7:00 p.m.    Mobile Mural Lab

What is your idée fixe? Berlioz used a special theme, which he called his idée fixe, to represent his muse, Harriet Smithson, throughout Symphonie Fantastique. Contribute to our public chalk mural and tell us about a central theme or inspiration in your life that keeps you doing what you do!

5:00-5:30 p.m.     V&T Dance Studio

Orange County’s premier classical ballet and dance academy kicks off the Community Festival with their highly-acclaimed “Unusual Proportions,” which sweeps the audience away into another reality. The performance includes classical ballet and contemporary pieces that bring various forms of creativity and artistic expression to life. See how age-old themes of imagination, passion and movement—also found in Berlioz’s composition—are interpreted by dancers today.

5:40-6:00 p.m.     The Axe Duo

An electric guitar duo uses music to explore the themes of dreams and imagination—inspired by Symphonie Fantastique—through a wide array of familiar melodies and rhythmic tunes that will surely enchant the crowd!

6:10-6:30 p.m.     The Story of Symphonie Fantastique

Actor David Prather brings the story of Symphonie Fantastique dramatically to life as he explores the themes and origins behind Berlioz’s creation and what this work brought to the world when it was debuted in France in 1830.

6:45-7:15 p.m.     Shoreline Symphonic Winds

This fantastic community ensemble, led by Greg Flores, performs a wind arrangement of “March to the Scaffold” and “Dream of a Witches’ Sabbath,” which are the fourth and fifth movements of Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique. Closing with “Bacchanale” from Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saëns, this group ties up the festival with another tune from a French composer.

7:30-8:00 p.m.     Outdoor Preview Talk with Rich Capparela

8:00-10:00 p.m.   Plazacast of “André Watts Plays Beethoven” concert:

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4
— Intermission Interview on the Plaza with Second Violinist Bridget Dolkas and host Rich Capparela —
Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique

Pacific Symphony— Carl St.Clair, conductor
André Watts, piano

Post-concert        Obsession

Further explore Berlioz’s themes of passion, desire and losing control with an immersive performance experience by Pacific Symphony musicians, led by violinist Bridget Dolkas, with special guest DJ VFresh.

Segerstrom Concert Hall lobby. FREE, no tickets required