What'd you miss this weekend? We checked out part two of the Long Beach Street Food Festival with dozens and dozens of those fancy gourmet food trucks. Then we saw the Black Lips at FILTER Magazine's Culture Collide Fest (no puke this time, sorry). Then came Seafest in San Clemente with gallons of clam chowder. Aaand finally, we visited the opening night of Disney's California Adventure's new “ElecTRONica” event.
As usual, more photos and details after the jump.
Friday night marked the opening of Disney's
California Adventure's “ElecTRONica” attraction, which ties in with the
forthcoming release of TRON: Legacy. The entire thing is basically a
giant dance party–“There,” a Disney press release reads, “they will have
the sensation of being digitized and transported into the computer mainframe world of TRON: Legacy.For more info on “ElecTRONica,” please see our our blog post by Spencer Kornhaber. And here's the rest of that slideshow.
On Sunday, San Clemente celebrated a sunny day at the beach with Seafest. The 2010 Seafest featured a Chowder Cook-off, Fisherman's Lobster, T. Patterson Surf Shop, Business Exposition, Arts N Craft Show, entertainment provided by the Gemtones and a U.S. Coast Guard Search N Rescue Demo Operation all at the historic San Clemente Pier area. See the images here.
The Black Lips played the Echoplex as part of FILTER Magazine's Culture Collide Festival. City Riots and KAMP! also performed. See all the photos by Mary Bell right here.
It was part two for the Long Beach Street Food Festival at Rainbow Harbor on Saturday. Participants included the Grilled Cheese Truck, Nom Nom Truck (pictured!), Ahn-Joo, Slice Truck, Fresh Fries, Cool Haus, KO Taco Truck, Great Balls on Tires, Tropical Shaved Ice, Crepes Bonaparte, Del's, Sweets Truck, Manila Machine, Baby's Badass Burgers, Komodo, the Place LA, Longboards, Greasy Wiener, Yatta, the Shrimp Guys and more. For more info, visit lbstreetfoodfest.com. See the pictures here!
The Renegade Rollergirls of Orange County Art Show and Auction benefiting the Keep A Breast Foundation took place on Saturday night. The Renegade Rollergirls of Orange County hosted an art show and auction of breast castings designed by local artists to benefit the Keep A Breast Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to help eradicate breast cancer by exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support. For more info, please visit keep-a-breast.org. See the full set of pics here!