Thursday, October 11, 2012


7th Annual Taste of Soul Festival 

 Saturday, October 20, 2012  10:00am – 7:00pm
Location : Crenshaw Blvd (Rodeo – Stocker St) & Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (McClung – Marlton)


L.A.’s largest street festival

Dubbed Los Angeles’ largest street festival, The Taste of Soul Los Angeles takes place annually in October and features a taste of all things “soulful” including food from local restaurants, live entertainment, displays from local artists, and exhibits from local businesses and organizations.
Founded by Danny Bakewell Sr., now in its 7th year, the Taste of Soul is presented by the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper and benefiting the South L.A. non-profit organizations Mothers in Action and the Brotherhood Crusade, the Taste of Soul Los Angeles is a free family-friendly event hosted in partnership with the City of Los AngelesRadio Free 102.3 KJLH, and 94.7 The Wave. The Taste of Soul takes place in the 8th and 10th council districts represented by Councilmembers Bernard Parks Sr. and Herb Wesson Jr.
The Taste of Soul is still free and takes place on Crenshaw Boulevard between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Boulevard and Rodeo Road in Los Angeles and attracts over 250,000 attendees.

 626 Night Market

 October 20 & 21, 2012 
3pm - 1am
3pm - 11pm

Event Address:
626 Night Market @ Santa Anita Park infield
285 W. Huntington Drive
Arcadia, 91007
(Enter through Gate 5 or 6 off Colorado Place)
 The largest​ Asian night
market in Los Angeles.​
Now at Santa Anita Park.
  • Arrive early from 3 - 4pm for $4 parking
  • Parking after 4pm is $7

~Happy Eating


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