WHAT: 11TH ANNUAL EAGLE ROCK MUSIC FESTIVAL
WHO: L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER JOSE HUIZAR, DISTRICT 14
CENTER FOR THE ARTS, EAGLE ROCK
WHEN: Saturday, October 3, 2009 – 5p.m. to Midnight
WHERE: Los Angeles, California
The Streets + Local Businesses of the Community of Eagle Rock
On Six Blocks Colorado Blvd. Between Eagle Rock Blvd.+ Argus St.
COST: THE FESTIVAL IS FREE THANKS TO COMMUNITY SPONSORS
WHAT: The Eagle Rock Music Festival is a nationally-noted street festival showcasing a diversity of innovative, multicultural and local music annually each October. The festival hosts Los Angeles-based acts at various locations along its “main street”, Colorado Boulevard, in the progressive, hip and multigenerational Eagle Rock neighborhood. It is designed to celebrate Eagle Rock, and support local business, community, and culture.
Approximately sixteen venues including restaurants, a coffee house, a historic church, auto shops, and others host acts of all genres from Latin and rock to jazz, experimental and reggae and everything in between—including a kids’ stage in the front of Eagle Rock’s “City Hall”. Also included are projects by artists and an artisan market.
Recognized for fostering a unifying community atmosphere while maintaining a commitment to groundbreaking music, the Music Festival is a local event with a citywide appeal and audience.
The festival remains free and accessible to the community, regardless of income, thanks to generous sponsors who are recognized both at the festival and in the lead-up to the event.
Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, supported solely by grants and donations, providing innovative and multicultural arts programming to the surrounding areas and communities of Northeast L.A. The federal tax identification number is 95-4689576.
SPONSORS: Time Warner Cable, Ford, Macy’s, Target, Bank of America BMI,
Daisy Rock Guitars, Metromix.com, Trader Joe’s and Be In The News, to name a few.
www.centerartseaglerock.org or 323.226.1617