TICKETS ON SALE FOR FIFTH ANNUAL “SUNSET & DINE” SEPTEMBER 1, PRESENTED BY THE COALITION TO PROTECT L.A. NEIGHBORHOODS & JOBS/STOP THE HOUSING BAN
August 25, 2016
Food festival to feature 20+ Hollywood restaurants and a concert headlined by Gabriel Garzón-Montano; tickets to last year’s event sold out.
Guests to the fifth annual Sunset & Dine food festival will sample food, wine and beer from more than 20 restaurants located near the famed intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street. A wide variety of cuisines will be featured, from chef-driven menus to local favorites, alongside entertainment curated by Amoeba Music. Singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Garzón-Montano is headlining this year’s concert.
“Sunset & Dine is a neighborhood tradition, a celebration held under the stars,” said Fabio Conti of Fabiolus Cucina. “Since 2000, more than $4.8 billion has been invested and announced for Hollywood. If you haven’t been to Hollywood lately, Sunset & Dine is a chance to get a taste of its future as a creative capital of the world.”
The event sold out in 2015.
The $35 tickets include food, beverages and entertainment. Children under 12 attend free of charge. Proceeds benefit The Center at Blessed Sacrament.
Sunset & Dine 2016 will take place at The Center at Blessed Sacrament, 6636 Selma Ave., in Hollywood on Thursday, September 1 from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
“In a community like Hollywood, there’s an abundance of talent, creativity and passion,” said Joyce Williams-Maxwell of Emerson College Los Angeles. “The Sunset & Dine food festival brings together people from industries as diverse as film, business and education to taste the flavors of Hollywood and build community spirit.”
The Central Hollywood Coalition, the non-profit board that manages the Sunset & Vine Business Improvement District, hosts Sunset & Dine to shine a spotlight on the vibrant creative community active in Hollywood.
Sunset & Dine is presented by the Coalition to Protect L.A. Neighborhoods & Jobs/Stop the Housing Ban. Premiere sponsors are Hudson Pacific Properties and The Los Angeles Film School. Gold sponsors include The Camden, Emerson College Los Angeles and Paramount Contractors & Developers.
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