This Summer Fest Promises Plenty to Eat, See, and Hear

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Oh, summer. In addition to the pool parties and BBQs, there's one thing that always tops our to-do list and that's the weekly event that we can always rely on for a good time. This time around, we're especially excited for Eat See Hear.
The summer-long, music/food/movie happening features food trucks galore, outdoor movies, and a line-up of cool bands to jam to while the sun sets — all at different locales around the city each Saturday evening. (Bonus: Some weeks are drive-in movie style, which really gets our nostalgic hearts all aflutter.) Extra points for locations being dog-friendly and venues easily accessible via bike or car. The weekly event kicked off earlier this month, but this weekend, they're screening The Princess Bride — possibly the most quotable movie ever! — in Santa Monica. Music will be provided by the Indie rock group Derde Verde and nosh supplied by Schmuck Truck, MOEggrolls, India Jones, and our fave ice cream sammie VIPs, Coolhaus. Click here to buy $10 tickets in advance, or pay $12 at the door. An evening of fun for the price of a couple of Starbucks iced coffees? Count us in! Check the Eat See Hear website for full event details each week.
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When: Saturday, May 25, 5:30 p.m., with recurring events each Saturday of every week.
Where: Santa Monica High School, 601 Pico Boulevard (near Lincoln Boulevard), with different locations each week; No phone.
Full summer schedule:
May 25 — Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica — The Princess Bride
June 1 — Paul Revere Middle School, Brentwood — Clueless
June 8 — Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall — Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
June 15 — Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown — Fight Club
June 22 — Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica — Say Anything
June 29 — Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown — Risky Business **Drive-In**
July 6 — Los Angeles State Historic Park — Stripes
July 13 — Paul Revere Middle School, Brentwood — Elf **Christmas in July Event**
July 20 — Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica — Coming to America
July 27 — Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown — Almost Famous **Drive-In**
August 3 — Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica —Donnie Darko
August 10 — Paul Revere Middle School, Brentwood — Kingpin
August 17 — La Cienega Park, Beverly Hills — Big (25th Anniversary!)
August 24 — Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown — The Warriors **Drive-In**
August 31 — Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown — Pulp Fiction
September 7 — Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica — Back to School
September 14 —Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown — The Breakfast Club
Photo: Courtesy of MomsLA
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