By Clifford Genece | Canyon-News
BEVERLY HILLS—Saturday, May 9 was the official kick off of the 4th annual EatSeeHear series in Los Angeles.
EatSeeHear is a three-part entertainment series every Saturday starting from May 9 through September 12. Each event features live music, food trucks and closes with a movie on a jumbo screen. The event occurs in different locations throughout Los Angeles Locations include Santa Monica High School Greek Amphitheater, the Autry in Griffith Park, La Cienega Park in Beverly Hills and Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall.
Each event kicks off with a live musical performance to start the evening. Indie rock bands, folk induced singers and dream pop are just a few of the music styles opening during the five month event. Each performance offering a unique sound and energy to the crowd.
Every event also offers a wide variety of food trucks to satisfy an array of palates. Cousins Maine Lobster, Wise BBQ, Sista Soul Food and Grilled Cheese Truck are just a sample of over 50 food trucks that will be available throughout the series. In addition to a standard menu, most trucks offer multiple vegetarian and vegan options to introduce their unique flavor to every style of foodie.
After the live music performance, attendees gather around for movies on jumbo screens. Each night offers a different classic movie. With “Beverly Hills Cop,” “Breakfast At Tiffany’s,” “Jaws,” and “Clueless” as just a few options, there is a movie available to entice any avid moviegoer.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $14 at the venue. Attendees are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to allow each venue to plan ahead. For more information on food trucks, music and movie lineups, visit EatSeeHear.com.