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Street Food Cinema - The Lost Boys 

July 14, 2012
Street Food Cinema is the new summer event series to hit Los Angeles, featuring cool outdoor movies, tasty food trucks and live music every Saturday from May 26th through September 1st. Grab you rfriends and a picnic blanket because great summer nights are straight ahead! The Street Food Cinema experience starts with the most delicious food trucks in town like Kogi BBQ, The Munchie Machine and A ROCKin ICE, lined up to serve fresh, hot food that you take right to your picnic blanket. Then listen to live music from emerging Los Angeles music artists such as Erik Rico and Glen Iris. And finally, kick back with old friends and new ones to watch popular movies on the big screen! It’s all in one awesome summer night. Share the experience. July 14th was a fun night with a screening of Lost Boys with a special appearance by Corey Feldman. Photos by Sunshine Anderson and Jacob Blackoff. Street Food Cinema is based at Exposition Park throughout the summer with our finale, September 1st, at Bloch Field in San Pedro. It’s fido friendly, fido approved, so bring your four legged friends. Purchase tickets to individual events or get a season pass and enjoy outdoor movies, food trucks and live music all summer! For info and tickets, visit www.streetfoodcinema.com
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Street Food Cinema is the new summer event series to hit Los Angeles, featuring cool outdoor movies, tasty food trucks and live music every Saturday from May 26th through September 1st. Grab you rfriends and a picnic blanket because great summer nights are straight ahead! The Street Food Cinema experience starts with the most delicious food trucks in town like Kogi BBQ, The Munchie Machine and A ROCKin ICE, lined up to serve fresh, hot food that you take right to your picnic blanket. Then listen to live music from emerging Los Angeles music artists such as Erik Rico and Glen Iris. And finally, kick back with old friends and new ones to watch popular movies on the big screen! It’s all in one awesome summer night. Share the experience. July 14th was a fun night with a screening of Lost Boys with a special appearance by Corey Feldman. Photos by Sunshine Anderson and Jacob Blackoff. Street Food Cinema is based at Exposition Park throughout the summer with our finale, September 1st, at Bloch Field in San Pedro. It’s fido friendly, fido approved, so bring your four legged friends. Purchase tickets to individual events or get a season pass and enjoy outdoor movies, food trucks and live music all summer! For info and tickets, visit www.streetfoodcinema.com
Published on July 14, 2012

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