The LA Street Food Festival is Back

The LASFF’s 2nd Annual Summer Tasting Event will raise the bar yet again, introducing guests to dozens of legendary street food purveyors from all parts of Los Angeles and beyond. With just 4500 all-inclusive tickets available across 3 limited attendance sessions (pre-sale only) in a venue triple the size of last year’s, crowds and lines will be virtually non-existent, allowing attendees to enjoy the best of LA’s street food scene in the relaxed environment of an expansive grassy park.

Attendees will enjoy sampling a curated selection of signature street inspired eats from numerous vendors

including the city’s best gourmet trucks, old school carts and stands, celeb chefs and LA’s best restaurants serving

from white tented booths in the Rose Bowl’s beautiful Brookside Park. Attendees can take advantage of large

picnic areas to stretch out and enjoy their treats and plenty of seating options. Vendors include LA favorites The

Grilled Cheese Truck and Flying Pig, street eats from foodie faves, Starry Kitchen and Guelaguetza, Food &

Wine’s Best New Chef, Ricardo Zarate’s Mo-Chica and Picca, and dozens more. Also, for the first time together

in Los Angeles, Bill Esparza (Street Gourmet LA) has helped to curate a legendary group of Baja chefs including

Javier Plascencia, and the chef widely acknowledged to have the best street cart in the world, Diego Hernandez of

Corazon de Tierra. The ever popular Ice Cream Social also returns, featuring cult favorite CoolHaus, local Beachy

Cream and a preview of the soon to open Mother Moo Creamery.

A portion of every ticket sold will yet again benefit a local cause, The Downtown Women’s Center. “With over

12,500 women homeless each night in Los Angeles County, community involvement is the only way we can

really solve this issue.” said Lisa Watson, CEO of the Downtown Women’s Center. “The proceeds and

awareness raised at this exciting event will help the many women suffering from homelessness and extreme


To avoid past issues of crowds and long lines, attendance has been capped at 4500 (across three soccer fields) and

all tickets will be pre-sold. Affordable all-inclusive $60 Summer Tasting tickets include sampling from numerous

food vendors, cold brews at one of two Singha Beer Gardens, a Tequila Tasting Tent, refreshing summer cocktails

from Hendricks Gin , refreshments from IZZE, Honest Tea, Dry Soda, Coba, Cascal and Activate Water, free

prints at the Oh! Snap photo booth, chef demos, DJ’s, raffle prizes and great giveaways, plus free parking for all

attendees. For the first time, Test Kitchen Luxe Lounge and discounted Family Pack tickets are available in

limited amounts.

All-inclusive tickets are available online now through the LA Street Food Fest website and Eventbrite and are presale

only. No tickets at the door. Tickets are $60, Test Kitchen Luxe Lounge tickets $75. Even with a slew of

imitators, LASFF 2011 is again shaping up to be the hottest ticket of the summer.

Event sponsors include Whole Foods, LA Weekly, GOOD, Pasadena Magazine, Blackboard Eats, Test Kitchen,

Singha Beer, Hendricks, Tequila Rack, Amoeba Music, IZZE, Honest Tea, Dry Soda, Cascal, Coba, Activate

Water and KIND.

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