Eat|See|Hear, presented by Fandango, launches their summer outdoor event series on May 26th in Santa Monica. Promoting a satisfying alternative for those bored in LA
, Eat|See|Hear’s opening night kicks off at 5:30 pm at the Memorial Greek Theater at Santa Monica High School, located at 600 Olympic Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90404. The night begins with performances by The Diamond Light and Islands, and a screening of Anchorman starring Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate. Favorite food trucks Fat Burger, Flatiron Truck and Coolhaus will be on hand to serve delicious snacks throughout the evening. This summer’s lineup includes concerts by Max and the Moon, Raheem Cohen, Act As If, and George Glass, plus a rotating selection of food trucks including the Nom Nom Truck, Border Grill Truck, Dogtown Dogs, Steel City Sandwich and Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice. Eat|See|Hear will show classic comedies and cult favorites including The Big Lebowski, The Goonies, Zoolander, Ghost Busters, and Kill Bill. “We chose a selection of movies that will put a smile on your face and make you feel good when you leave,” says Sharon Sperber, co-founder of Eat|See|Hear.
Partnering with the technical production company Hollywood Outdoor Movies, Eat|See|Hear offers an unrivaled outdoor movie experience with digital HD projection, state of the art line-array audio and the largest movie screen west of the Mississippi. “We’ve got the best, top-of-the-line motion picture screen, professional HD projection and concert quality professional sound. No other outdoor movie experience in Southern California will equal the production level of Eat|See|Hear,” states Sperber.
Eat|See|Hear is LA’s premier outdoor movie, food truck and live music event series, and will be traveling around LA for seventeen consecutive weeks, running every Saturday night from May 26th through September 15th. Bringing together movie, music and food enthusiasts, Eat|See|Hear is “dedicated to creating compelling, fun and communal outdoor experiences in Los Angeles and the surrounding Southern California region for people of all ages.” If you’re looking for fun things to do in LA
, visit www.eatseehear.com
for movie, food and music schedules, or find Eat|See|Hear on facebook.com/EatSeeHear and on twitter @EatSeeHear.