Boogie Nights at Our Downtown LA Drive In Movie

For our downtown LA drive in movie this week we will be showing Boogie Nights, starring Mark Wahlberg, at the Los Angeles Trade Tech College (400 W Washington Blvd  Los Angeles, CA 90015) on Saturday, June 29, 2013. This is a really fun movie, and we will also be enjoying live music by local artists Honeypie, presented by Oragami Vinyl, and awesome food by some of the best food trucks in LA:

Good Greek Grub, serving gyros, salads, sides, and more.

Flatiron Truck, offering farm to table cuisine like pork burgers, farmer’s market salads, and fried cauliflower.

Coolhaus, serving ice cream, cakes, and artisan marshmallows—among other sweet treats.

Brasil Kiss, offering direct trade Brazilian coffee and Brazilian street food.

The drive in movie starts at 8:30 pm, but come early to take advantage of the food trucks and enjoy Honeypie, a Huntington Beach-based indie-folk band formed by Trisha Smith and Darian Zahedi that has been compared to other indie darlings like She & Him and Feist. The band goes on at 7:00 pm and the doors open at 5:30 pm. We strongly recommend that you come around then to get the full experience of the drive in (and a good spot!). You can get tickets at http://boogienightsdrivein-eorg.eventbrite.com/.

Santa Monica Food Truck and Movie Event Presenting Say Anything on June 22

Join us this Saturday, June 22, 2013 at Santa Monica High School (601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405) for our showing of Say Anything, possibly one of the greatest high school romance films of all time (who can resist John Cusack and his boom box?)

Come early to hear live music by indie rock band Max and the Moon, and to eat at some of the best Santa Monica food trucks:

Vizzi Truck, serving Asian fushion cuisine like Braised Wagyu Beef Sliders, truffle popcorn, and garlic shrimp tacos.

Ta Bom, offering Brazilian street food, like chicken and cream cheese croquettes and pastel.

Ragin Cajun, serving Cajun and Creole cuisine like chicken and sausage bisque and po’ boys.

Street Kitchen LA, offering up finger food like filet mignon tacos and pulled pork sliders.

Urban Oven, offering traditional and signature artisan wood fired pizzas.

VCHOS, serving gourmet tapas like taquitos, sliders, and pastelito.

Coolhaus, offering ice cream, cookies, and artisan marshmallows.

Brasil Kiss, bringing caffeine to the party with direct-trade Brazilian coffee, teas, and yerba mate energy drinks.

Dessert Truck TBA

Tickets are $10 for general admission and $20 for popchips-sponsored “Fashionably Late” premium seating tickets, both of which can be pre-ordered at http://sayanythingsamo-eorg.eventbrite.com/. There will be some tickets available at the door for $12, but we recommend buying online and coming early to grab a seat and a snack and listen to some tunes provided by Max and the Moon. Doors will open at 5:30 pm, the band will start around 7:30 pm, and the movie will begin at approximately 8:30 pm.

Enjoy Food Trucks in LA During Our Showing of Fight Club June 15

This week we’re showing David Fincher’s adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Fight Club Saturday, June 15 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park (1245 N. Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90012). This is definitely a movie to see again, and we are betting you haven’t seen it on a 52-foot inflatable screen before, so this should be a really fun night.

The music starts at 7 p.m. and the movie starts at 8:30, but you are going to want to come early to get a good spot. The doors open at 5:30, so come join us for some of the greatest food trucks in LA and live music by Beach Party. There are popchips-sponsored “Fashionably Late” tickets available for those that just want to see the movie, and these will get you into reserved seating so you can come any time. You can buy general admission and “Fashionably Late: tickets at http://fightclubmovie-eorg.eventbrite.com/.

We will have the following food trucks on site:

Currywurst, serving German-style sausages, sandwiches, and sides.

No Jodas Kitchen, offering Cuban cuisine like papa rellanas, maduris, and pan con pollo.

Melt Bus, serving grilled cheese sandwiches, soups, and desserts.

White Rabbit, serving Filipino fusion food like tacos, burritos, and rice bowls.

Coolhaus, offering their artisan treats, like ice cream and cookies.

Crepe de Ville, offering sweet and savory crepes like ham and cheese and raspberry chocoloate.

Outdoor Movie in Pasadena This Weekend Will Be Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

We are showing Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on Saturday, June 8 at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall (100 North Garfield Avenue). This showing marks our first outdoor movie in Pasadena this year, and we could not think of a better way to return than showing this iconic John Hughes film in front of the beautiful city hall building. We will also have live music presented by Oragami Vinyl and the following food trucks:

Rounds Burger, offering premium burgers “Just the Way You Like It.”

India Jones, serving awesome Indian street food, including paratha and several curries.

Cousins Maine Lobster, offering seafood fare like lobster rolls and clam chowder.

Jogasaki Sushi Burritos serving up just that – sushi burritos!

The Fry Girl, serving up fried treats like fish ‘n’ chips, mozzarella sticks, and mini corn dogs.

Red Beanz and Rich, featuring creole flavors including their famous gumbo.

Sista Soul food, offering a variety of soul food classics.

Rushed Art Food Truck with their signature empanadas.

B Sweet Mobile offering a variety of sweet treats to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Breezy Freeze shaved ice to enjoy on a hot day.

Brasil Kiss coffee serving love in a cup.

This is going to be a fun movie night in Pasadena, so we hope to see you there. Doors open at 5:30, the band plays at 7, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will show at 8:30. For tickets, please visit our ticket site.

Get Extra Credit @PopPhysique #buttschool this Summer!

We’re excited to be partnering with #popphysique this year to bring you multiple chances to win free tickets to Eat|See|Hear each week just by taking classes at your local Pop studio, plus other fun Pop giveaways at our events all summer-long!

Sculpt for summer by taking class twice a week or more and you’ll automatically be entered to win a pair of free tickets to the Eat|See|Hear event each Saturday night (bonus: you’ll be guilt-free when indulging in your favorite food truck treats after burning 500 calories or more in class!). Winners are announced on Fridays via Twitter.

Founded in Silverlake in 2008, Pop Physique is LA’s intoxicating barre workout with movements designed to sculpt your entire body in one hour. Pop has 10 boutique studios in LA and Orange County and a stylish line of DVDs for sculpting on-the-go.

New to Pop? Pick up a free introductory class postcard at our Katy Perry Clueless popchips event on June 1st or at our Drive-In-Movie events downtown. Plus, anyone can enter for a chance to win a very special Pop gift basket (including the Pop Physique: Complete DVD set, Pop socks, and a gift card for 5 classes!) at our Christmas in July event on July 13th!

Stay tuned for other fun giveaways and promotions throughout the summer by following @eatseehear and@popphysique on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!

Brentwood Outdoor Movie on June 1 Will Be Clueless

On June 1, we’ll be showing everyone’s favorite 90s girl power movie Clueless at Paul Revere Middle School (1450 Allenford Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90049). Join us as we follow valley girl Cher (Alicia Silverstone) as she attempts to navigate young adulthood in Los Angeles with her equally misguided but well-intentioned friends Dionne (Stacey Dash), Tai (Brittany Murphy), and Murray (Donald Faison), as well as her older ex-step-brother-turned-love-interest Josh, played by Paul Rudd.

To keep the girl power theme going, we’ll also be enjoying music by female-fronted band Tic Tic Boom! presented by Origami Vinyl and food exclusively provided by female-owned/operated food trucks:

Steel City, offering Pittsburgh-style deli eats.
Lobos Truck, offering often organic, farm fresh comfort food like ribs, burgers, and wings.
India Jones, offering Indian street food.
Trailer Park, great food + good times! It’s not your mama’s home cooking!
Tainamite serves unique Asian dishes made with the finest and freshest ingredients.
Mangia Ristorante, serving traditional Italian cuisine with a Mexican twist.
MacOlicious, LA’s gourmet mac ’n’ cheese food truck.
Coolhaus, serving cool treats, cookies, and artisan candy.
Brasil Kiss, offering direct-trade Brazilian coffee and Brazilian street food.
Sweet Wheels, serving fresh baked goods, fried treats, and hand pies, among other sweets.
Eventbrite - Eat|See|Hear - Clueless
Doors open at 5:30, music starts at 7, and the movie will play at 8:30.

Learn More About Eat|See|Hear’s Co-Producer Sharon Sperber on Google+

Santa Monica Outdoor Movie on May 25 Will Be The Princess Bride

Back by popular demand, we will be showing The Princess Bride Saturday, May 25 at Santa Monica High School on the baseball field. This is one of those classic films that gets better every time you see it, and the chance to see it on the big screen doesn’t come along every day, so don’t miss this one. Come early to get a good spot and enjoy live music by Derde Verde, presented by Origami Vinyl. The following food trucks will also be on site:

Schmuck Truck, offering New York-style deli sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, and sides like garlic parmesan fries, onion rings, and potato knish.

MOEggrolls, offering sandwiches eggroll-style, traditional deli sandwiches like pastrami, and sides like wasabi pasta and smashed potato salad.

India Jones, offering awesome Indian street food, including paratha and several curries.

Bun Truck, offering gourmet Korean-Mediterranean fusion eats like steamed buns, duck fat fries, and tempura vegetables.

Yalla Truck offers a new and diverse twist on the traditional falafel.

The Slummin Gourmet is fancy without the schmancy, serving modern bistro fare like their amazing lobster corn dog.

Dogtown Dogs presents a sophisticated variation of traditional favorites with an innovative spin.

Coolhaus, our Official Frozen Dessert serving the Eat|See|Hear flavor/sammie combo, bourbon butterscotch ice cream sandwiched between two peanut butter cap’n crunch cookies! Plus cookies, ice cream and other sweet treats, like artisan marshmallows.

Brasil Kiss, our official coffee partner serves Intelligentsia direct-trade Brazilian coffee, organic tea, yerba mate energy drinks, and Brazilian street food.

My Delight Cupcakery, offering their famous gourmet cupcakes

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., the band comes on around 7, and the movie starts at approximately 8:30. This will be a fun night, so get your tickets and come out and see us at Santa Monica High!
Learn More About Eat|See|Hear’s Co-Producer Sharon Sperber on Google+

LA Drive In Movie Featuring TED This Saturday!

We are showing Seth Macfarlane’s Ted this Saturday May 18, 2013 at Los Angeles Trade Tech College (400 W Washington Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90015) in a drive-in setting with stunning views of the Downtown LA skyline, as the backdrop with the Santa Monica & San Gabriel Mountains, the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Observatory rounding out the amazing views. Our Downtown LA drive in promises to be a fun night, complete with lots of Ted movie swag giveaways courtesy of Universal Pictures, live music presented by Origami Vinyl with alternative/pop band Montë Mar and folk/pop duo The Ultimate Bearhug. Snackage will be provided by some of the best food trucks in town:

Baby’s Badass Burgers: These chicks know how to stack a good burger. With offerings like the Cougar (aged beef, St. Andre cheese, black truffles), the Mamacita (pepper jack, guacamole, tomato, grilled onions, jalapenos), and The Bombshell (half pound burger between two grilled cheese sandwiches, topped with onions), there’s nothing not to love.

Rosabella Cucina: With classic Italian sandwiches and desserts like cannoli and tiramisu, this Italian food truck will be hard to resist.

Buttermilk Truck: Offering homemade breakfast items like buttermilk biscuits, donuts, chicken and waffles and their signature red velvet pancakes.

Coolhaus: Coolhaus offers an awesome selection of cookies, ice cream, and our exclusive Eat|See|Hear flavor, bourbon butterscotch ice cream inside of two peanut butter crunch cookies!

Brasil Kiss: Get your caffeine on. Brasil Kiss serves direct-trade Intelligentsia coffee, organic tea, yerba mate energy drinks, and Brazilian street food.

We hope to see you at Los Angeles Trade Tech College on the 18th. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., the band plays at 7, p.m., and the movie starts at 8:30 p.m. Get tickets here!
Learn More About Eat|See|Hear’s Co-Producer Sharon Sperber on Google+

LA Outdoor Movie Raiders of the Lost Ark Premieres May 11

On Saturday, May 11 we are showing Raiders of the Lost Arkthe first Indiana Jones movie, at Paul Revere Middle School. This is a great one to see again and an awesome opportunity if you’ve got kids that have never seen the movie before. What better way to see it for the first time than on the big screen? And not just any big screen, ours is 3.5 stories tall with an image that is 52 feet wide – larger than any other outdoor screen in LA and the largest on the West Coast!

Fresh off the heels of an interactive performance at the Skirball Cultural Center for Gary Baseman’s House Party exhibit, Capital Recording Artist Nightmare & The Cat will perform.

And of course, every Eat|See|Hear event is complete with LA’s popular food trucks. We’ve got a great lineup to start our 2013 season (including vegetarian options):

LobstaTruck, serving up delicious lobster and rolls.

Seoul Sausage, Season 3 winners of The Great Food Truck Race you’ll get to try their tasty Korean barbeque and sides.

BorderGrill, serving border favorites like quesadillas, tacos, and ceviche.

Lomo Arigato, serving Asian fusion cuisine like fried rice and Peruvian spaghetti.

Belly Bombz, offering Korean wings and sliders.

Joe’s Pizza, serving authentic New York style pizza by the slice (trust me – I’m a transplanted NYer that knows a good slice and these are great!)

Coolhaus, serving up ice cream, cookies, and other artisan treats. Try our custom Eat|See|Hear flavor – bourbon butterscotch ice cream sandwiched between two peanut butter crunch cookies.

Brasil Kiss, offering Intelligentsia Direct-Trade Brazilian coffee, organic tea, energy drinks, and Brazilian street food.

B Sweet Mobile, serving homemade desserts like fudge brownies, cupcake in a jar, and red velvet truffles and always with a dessert themed for the movie.

Come see us for our LA outdoor movie night at Paul Revere Middle School. You can purchase tickets at http://brentwoodraiders-eorg.eventbrite.com/, for $10 general admission or $20 for the popchips Fashionably Late premium reserved seating area, and there will be a few tickets available at the door for $12 (cash or credit). The doors open at 5:30, the band plays at 7, and the movie starts at 8:30. Unless you get a popchips Fahionably Late ticket, come early to get a good spot!
Learn More About Eat|See|Hear’s Co-Producer Sharon Sperber on Google+

2013 Press Release / Announcement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:
Emily Scherberth
Symphony PR & Marketing
emily@symphonypr.com
(310) 500-6830

EAT|SEE|HEAR BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND THIS SUMMER

LA’s Second Annual Summer Event Series Kicks-off on Saturday, May 11

Presented by Showtime Networks, New Additions in 2013 include Christmas in July, Four Nights of Drive-In Movies and Best Friends Animal Society Mobile Pet Adoptions

LOS ANGELES – April 15, 2013 – Eat|See|Hear (www.eatseehear.com), LA’s premier outdoor movie, food truck and live music event series, today announced its 2013 schedule for a summer-long celebration of food, movies and music, presented by SHOWTIME NETWORKS. Back by popular demand, residents, visitors and families in the greater Los Angeles area are invited to visit their local parks and community venues to watch beloved comedies and contemporary movie favorites while dining on the most popular food truck fare and listening to up and coming bands from the local music scene. The second annual event series will kick-off on Saturday, May 11 with “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” and then travel around Los Angeles with 19 tour stops through September 14th. Regular tickets go on sale Monday, April 15th at http://eatseehear.eventbrite.com. New additions for 2013 include Christmas in July, four nights of Drive-In movies, non-profit partner, Best Friends Animal Society, and many others.

“With the overwhelming success of last year’s series, we’re excited to bring Angelenos together for the city’s best treats and eats, nostalgic films and contemporary classics, and cutting-edge local bands to kick off summer,” said Sharon Sperber, Co-Producer at Eat|See|Hear. “This year’s Eat|See|Hear schedule is being presented by SHOWTIME and is filled with new additions, such as Christmas in July, non-profit and community partners, and more “drive-ins” based on all of the positive feedback from movie-goers last year. Plus, we get to enjoy all of this great entertainment outside at some of the most scenic parks and iconic venues right here in LA.”

The first annual Eat|See|Hear Christmas in July event will take place on July 13th in Brentwood, featuring the film “Elf,” starring Will Ferrell. The venue will be complete with a Christmas tree, holiday decorations, and a tropical Santa Claus. Guests will also have the opportunity to get into the “holiday spirit” by bringing canned goods and donations for Best Friends Animal Society while enjoying the entertainment and great food.

Eat|See|Hear is also partnering with Best Friends Animal Society – Los Angeles, who will receive a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales and bring adoptable animals to several events. New event partners this year also include JACK-FM, Origami Vinyl, DoLA.com, Laemmle Theatres; and many of the returning partners from last year such as KROQ-FM, Los Angeles magazine, Roaming Hunger and Flavorpill. Katy Perry fans won’t want to miss this year’s special screening of an all-time favorite film, “Clueless,” (June 1st in Brentwood) where fans will have the chance to enjoy Katy’s favorite snack, her popchips flavor: Katy’s Kettle Corn, while relaxing in the special section of “Fashionably Late” beanbag chairs. And just like last year, Eat|See|Hear has a dog-friendly atmosphere so guests are welcome to bring their canine companions to enjoy the fun.

Featuring the only three-story high, 52-foot wide inflatable movie screen west of the Mississippi, Eat|See|Hear offers an unrivaled outdoor movie experience with digital HD projection and state of the art line-array audio.

Each movie will be projected onto a Harkness motion picture screen surface called AIRSCREEN, the original inflatable movie projection screen which provides a top quality, crisp, clear image resulting in an enjoyable experience for everyone. Prior to each movie, local up and coming bands will perform live, courtesy of Origami Vinyl, and popular food trucks will provide great bites and drinks to round out the fun, capturing what LA does best: food, music, movies and beautiful scenery.

Regular tickets will go on sale on April 15th and can be purchased online at http://eatseehear.eventbrite.com. A limited amount of “Fashionably Late” seats will also be available online for $20, which are premium reserved seats in a desirable area of the venue, sponsored by popchips. A limited amount of passes will also be available for $12 at the door (cash or credit card). Parking will vary from venue to venue so guests are encouraged to check the event website for specific parking info prior to each event.

Click here for the Eat|See|Hear Summer 2013 Schedule of Events*

Typical Event Schedule
• 5:30 p.m. – Doors open
• 7:00 p.m. – Band performs
• 8:30 p.m. – Movie begins
• 10:00-11:00 p.m. – Event concludes (depending on length of movie)

In addition, Coolhaus will be the official dessert partner for Eat|See|Hear 2013, featuring an exclusive Eat|See|Hear custom ice cream flavor, butterscotch and bourbon ice cream with a peanut butter crunch cookie, available all summer long at Coolhaus Culver City and on the Coolhaus trucks. Also, Brasil Kiss Mobile Coffee Bar will be serving “love in a cup” every Saturday night.

For more information about the Second Annual Eat|See|Hear summer event series, consumers are encouraged to visit the Eat|See|Hear website, as well as the Eat|See|Hear Facebook page, Twitter feed (@EatSeeHear) and Instagram for the latest updates.

*Venues & movies subject to change – check www.eatseehear.com for possible updates to the schedule.

About Eat|See|Hear
Eat|See|Hear (www.eatseehear.com) LA’s premier outdoor movie, food truck and live music series that brings an evening of fun to Los Angeles-area venues each summer. The Second Annual series is presented by SHOWTIME, featuring up and coming bands from the local music scene, the hottest food trucks and the only 3-story high, 52-foot wide inflatable movie screen west of the Mississippi with the highest quality HD-projection and digital surround sound, the Eat|See|Hear series promises an enjoyable movie-going experience for everyone. Eat|See|Hear is produced through a collaboration between LA-based Trailhead Marketing, Inc. and Hollywood Outdoor Movies.
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