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Taking it To the Streets: Art & Food Fundraiser This Saturday

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There's an art and food event happening this weekend we wanted to give you the heads-up about. Aimed at bringing the community together, and collecting some much-needed and well-deserved food donations for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Taking it to the Streets will have for attendees to enjoy "cutting-edge street artists and gourmet food trucks for a night of food, music, art and charity."

You'll see these food trucks: Komodo (LAist story), Tasty Meat, desserts by The Fry Girl (LAist story). And you can check out the work of these artists: Eyeone, Danny Estrada, Meex One, Dino, Mayorga, Cav3, Mikee Kwasnik, Joseph Briscoe, and more. Enjoy live music from Cav3 & DJ Denkym, too. Don't forget to bring canned food to donate to the LA Regional Food Bank.

Viva LA Foodies and LA Street Food Present: Taking it to the Streets
Saturday, April 3, 7-10 p.m.
@Meltdown Comics (7522 Sunset Blvd. 90046)
Free admission, but bring a canned food donation and cash for bar and raffles as well as concessions being provided by food trucks and vendors.