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STREET FOOD CINEMA: Do The Right Thing: Celebration of Juneteenth

Date
June 17, 2023
Time
5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost
$22. – $27.
Organizer’s Site
https://www.streetfoodcinema.com/events/do-the-right-thing-celebration-of-juneteenth-63180

Join SFC as we celebrate Juneteenth with the 90s classic film by Spike Lee about the hottest day in Brooklyn. Come out to LA State Historic Park in DTLA to watch the beloved movie
along with a DJ spinning RnB and Hip Hop hits, a full bar, delicious food trucks from all over the city, a marketplace curated by Cool Ass Black Woman, and more!

FEATURE: Do The Right Thing: Celebration of Juneteenth

ABOUT: On the hottest day of the year on a street in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, everyone’s hate and bigotry smolders and builds until it explodes into violence.

MOVIE LENGTH: 2 hours

RATING: R

LOCATION: LA State Historic Park – 1245 N. Spring St. , Los Angeles, CA 90012

FULL BAR – No outside alcohol permitted.

TIME: Doors 5:30pm. Band 7:00pm. Movie 8:30pm.

MC: Chellz Evette

DJ: DJ L-double-E

FOOD TRUCKS: Coco’s Lipsmacking Cupcakes, District Burger, MexiBachi and more!

*Food Trucks are subject to change*

ADVANCE TICKETS: General Admission $22. Reserved Section $27.

DOOR: General Admission $27. Reserved Section $32.

RESERVED SEATING: The Reserved Section is premium seating on the field in front of the screen, which is exclusively for Reserved ticket holders. You may arrive at any time. Seating is first come, first serve for both General Admission and Reserved sections.

PARKING: Free street parking. Parking Passes are avaialable online as a seperate ticket purchase or as a ticket add-on ($17 VIP Parking, $12 GA Parking). Pre-purchased parking only.

CHAIRS: Low chairs only, which sit 6 inches off the ground (e.g. beach chairs). No tall chairs, please. If you need any assistance during the event, our Street Food Cinema Staff will be happy to assist you.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

– Restrooms are available for public use.
– On-site food trucks will be available.
– If you or anyone within your group has or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we ask you to please stay home to ensure the health and safety of our audience and staff.

DOGS: Fido friendly, Fido approved! Leashed dogs welcome.

*Event details are subject to change

About: Street Food Cinema is the largest outdoor cinema and music series in Los Angeles. Launched in 2012, it has hosted over 500 events under its parent company TIL Events. TIL Events is a full-service event production company specializing in authentic fan-driven events for top brands and studios including, Netflix, Paramount+, Amazon Studios, Warner Bros, Nationwide, and iHeartMedia.

Location

LA State Historic Park
1245 N. Spring St Los Angeles CA 90012
Los Angeles, CA CA 90012 United States
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Phone:
858-337-0597
Website:
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Organizer

Street Food Cinema
Phone
323.254.5068
Email
info@tilpr.com
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