Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar and Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock present the 13th Annual Eagle Rock Music Festival, the yearly music festival with a unique and independent neighborhood vibe. The festival will take place on Colorado Blvd. between Eagle Rock Blvd. and Argus Dr. in Eagle Rock, on Saturday October 1, 2011, from 4:00-11:00pm.
The Center’s innovative programming is showcased throughout the year, culminating with the Eagle Rock Music Festival. The festival is built upon strong partnerships with sponsors, programming partners, musicians and the community. Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock collaborates with Dublab, FYF Fest, Low End Theory, Kingsize Soundlabs, The Ship Studios, LA Record, KOXY Radio, Razorcake, and Zocaloc to create the diverse lineup the Eagle Rock Music Festival is known for. Musicians perform at 10 unique venues along Colorado Blvd. that include auto shops, formal stages, and even a motel balcony. The growing line-up of artists and a complete schedule will be announced in early September on the Center’s website: http://www.cfaer.org as well as the Eagle Rock Music Festival blog and Facebook.
The festival will also feature a family friendly kids corner on Caspar Ave. with activities including learning to play the ukulele, comic book making, clay projects and more. The programs, all taught by the Center’s instructors, will give a sneak peek of the Fall Education programming at Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock.
Foodies rejoice! The festival will offer an eclectic blend of international foods at the Eagle Rock Farmers Market as well as a variety of food trucks including the Poutine Truck, Greasy Weiner, Slice Truck, Fresh Fries and more. This adds to the diverse array of delicious restaurants along the festival route such as the just opened Halong Bay, fresh & flavorful Four Café, music festival venues Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse and Camilo’s California Bistro, and the always popular Coffee Table & Lounge, Taco Spot, and Oinkster!
A five-dollar suggested donation can be made at the main entrances and throughout the festival. This contribution supports Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, the non-profit that produces the Eagle Rock Music Festival. A free shuttle service to and from the festival will be available from the
Eagle Rock Plaza, where limited free parking will be available for festivalgoers.
The Eagle Rock Music Festival is presented with generous support from Macy’s, Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council, Eagle Rock Plaza, and the community and businesses of Eagle Rock. Stop by the sponsor booths for amazing discounts, coupons, and samples!
For more information about the Eagle Rock Music Festival please visit www.cfaer.org