Los Angeles Vegan Beer & Food Festival

Los Angeles Vegan Beer & Food Festival

This event is 21 and over.

VIP door time is 12pm.
GA & Non-Drinking door time is 1pm.

The 5th edition of LA Vegan Beer and Food Festival will be the biggest yet, featuring the best vegan food and beers. With unlimited samples, you can taste beers from participating breweries with your ticket and receive your very own LAVBF glass. Last year 40 breweries and 30 food vendors took part in the fest... plus five bands!

Bike Racks will be available.

Bus line is 2 on Sunset.

For more information, please visit: http://www.losangelesvegan.com

A portion of the proceeds will go to K-9 Connection. (http://k9connection.org/)

40 Craft Breweries Including:
El segundo
Abigaile
Smog City
Golden Road
Ohana
Angel City
Wolf Creek
Bravery
Kinetic
Modern Times
Firestone
Ninkasi
Triple Voodoo
Drake's
North Coast
Deschutes
AVBC
Monkish
Bootlegger's
Figueroa Mountain
H24
Speakeasy
St. Archer
Surf Brewery
Ballast Point
Pizza Port OB
Noble Ale Works
Epic
Tap It
New Belgium
Automatic
Stone
Sierra Nevada
Ace Cider
Eagle Rock


Food Vendors Include:
Seabirds Food Truck
Crossroads Kitchen
Mohawk Bend
Gracias Madre
Shojin
Cafe Gratitude
M Cafe de Chaya
Tony's Darts Away
The Frankenstand
Southern Fried Vegan
Plant Food For People
Beyond Meat Truck
Follow Your Heart
Bramble Bake Shop
Sage Vegan Bistro
Amanda's Bakery
Azla Vegan
Chicago Vegan Foods
Doomies
Grilled Cheese Truck
Guru Tacos
Kind Kreme
Mamas Hot Tamales
Mandoline Grill
Pepples Donuts
Rabbit Hole Cafe
Real Food Daily
Sweet Crush
Ihsan's Falafel

Live music:
He's My Brother She's My Sister
Heaps N' Heaps
Fathers & Suns
The Battlefield

He's My Brother She's My Sister

Nobody Dances in This Town is a great title for the debut album from L.A.'s He's My Brother She's My Sister. In Southern California's music scene, most audience members watch bands with their arms crossed—and many of them are also in bands. But the title also references HMBSMS's secret weapon, Lauren Brown, who peppers the percussion with microphoned tapshoes and an oversized drum that she dances on during performances. "Tales That I Tell" opens sounding like glammed-up pirate-folk. Over glitter-rock guitar riffs, siblings Rachel and Rob Kolar (hence the band's moniker) sing shanty-like pop gussied in rootsy instrumentation. The band's description of its sound as "cabaret blues" applies to the following "Let It Live Free," a festive romp through Tom Waits' garden. But the group also calls some of its songs "cirque rock"; this makes sense when listening to "Clackin' Heels," where heavyhanded guitar riffs and big bouncy rhythms stop and take breaks for Brown's percussive tap dancing.

"A gritty trip from the barstool to the vaudeville stage…and just about everywhere in between." - Filter

"He's My Brother, She's My Sister is about far more than just the music they make, which is eclectic in the truest sense with elements of psych, folk, country, western, gypsy, vaudeville and several other adjectives that probably are more likely to be used to describe fashion movements or underground burlesque shows. Above all else, and owing to their theatrical roots, they're about putting on an entertaining show. Music is one component of this, but so are the band's clothes, so is their movement on stage, so is their energy, so are the opening acts, so is the venue and, perhaps most importantly, so are the audience members." - Paste Magazine

Heaps N' Heaps

Heaps n Heaps is an alternative rock band based out of Los Angeles California. The band originally formed in 2012 when Australian blues songstress, Alisa Fedele moved to L.A. and met Zach Moon, an American singer-songwriter from Salt Lake City. For most of 2012, Heaps n Heaps was the duo of Fedele and Moon backed by session musicians, and although they had memorable performances at the Roxy Theater, Hotel Cafe, and The Mint, they knew major pieces were missing. Moon asked his childhood friend and bassist, John Pruitt to join the band and make the move to L.A. from Utah which Pruitt did in the spring of 2013. They then searched for the perfect drummer and found Ben Spear, a Washington D.C. native who naturally stepped in as if he'd been with the band for years.

With all the pieces finally in place Heaps n Heaps have spent the summer producing and engineering their new EP in Pruitt and Fedele's apartment in East Hollywood. The first single is nearing its release; however, in the meantime the band has booked intimate secret shows throughout L.A. Fused by grit, passion, and soul Heaps n Heaps is a storm brewing in the depths of Los Angeles, a storm made only possible by groups of things placed or sometimes thrown on top of the other, again and again and again.

Fathers & Suns

Long Beach, California quartet Fathers & Suns began humbly by
blending rock, 60's pop, folk and psychedelia and crafting songs that
became their debut "Mama Provides".

The band's three-piece harmonies and lead singers Arturo Bandini and
Jesus Lara's quirky, dancing guitar riffs atop the rhythmic foundation
of interwoven diverse bass sounds and playful, Beatles-esque
backbeats, quickly earned them a passionate local following and a
growing fan base worldwide.

After winning the annual Buskerfest in 2013, Fathers & Suns' began
work on their upcoming, yet-untitled new record, which is almost
completed and expected for release in early summer

The Battlefield

The Battlefield is an LA based, Americana Band comprised of three talented singer/songwriters Matt Ducey, Jenny Weaver, and James Addison. Their tight vocal harmonies, contemplative lyrics and stirring melodies reflect the famous folk & gospel artists of America’s past. Just formed in June of 2013, The Battlefield is off to an impressive start, having already recorded and released their first single Into The Smoke & Maze, completed their first southeastern tour, and performed at many of LA's most reputable venues. They are quickly gaining significant industry attention for their endeavors in live performance as well as their involvement with charity organizations like Playing for Change and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Battlefield is currently planning their next tour and developing a full length album.

$15.00 - $80.00

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This event is 21 and over. VIP door time is 12pm. GA & Non-Drinking door time is 1pm. The 5th edition of LA Vegan Beer and Food Festival will be the biggest yet, featuring the best vegan food and beers. With unlimited samples, you can taste beers from participating breweries with your ticket and receive your very own LAVBF glass. Last year 40 breweries and 30 food vendors took part in the fest... plus five bands! For more information, please visit: http://www.quarrygirl.com/ or http://www.losangelesvegan.com/ A portion of the proceeds will go to K-9 Connection. (http://k9connection.org/) If you have any questions, please e-mail info@veganbeerfest.com. 40 craft breweries including: Golden Road El Segundo Automatic Modern Times + many more. Food vendors include: Seabirds Food Truck Crossroads Kitchen Mohawk Bend Gracias Madre + Many More. Bands Include: He's My Brother She's My Sister, Heaps N' Heaps, Fathers & Suns + More TBA!

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Los Angeles Vegan Beer & Food Festival with He's My Brother She's My Sister, Heaps N' Heaps, Fathers & Suns, The Battlefield

Saturday, May 17 · 12:00 PM at LA Vegan Beer and Food Festival

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