Venue Details

3 Star Starred
Eat See Hear- Marina Green Park
386 East Shoreline Dr. Long Beach, CA 90802
562-570-3236
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Reviews & Ratings

Eat|See|Hear: "Pretty in Pink"
24 ratings
4.7 average rating
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Patricia
31 events
16 reviews
11 stars
attended Aug 25 2012

Great night...so much fun

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21 events
11 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 25 2012

Really enjoyed the location in Long Beach, the band and the food. Bring a blanket! It get's chilly.

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rflores43@yahoo.com
33 events
10 reviews
24 stars
attended Aug 25 2012

The event was wonderful & loved the location. highly recommenced, just get there on time.

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Quotes & Highlights

Learn more about Fandango’s Eat|See|Hear events in this video trailer http://youtu.be/hQm1QpWX0oA.
Read Goldstar member reviews https://www.goldstar.com/events/los-angeles-ca/eatseehear-zoolander?reviews=all#reviews from a previous Eat|See|Hear screening.

Description

Team Eat|See|Hear’s Sharon says: I was the quintessential 1980’s teenager. I hung out with the Andie/Duckie crowd (all 4 of us), had crushes on the popular boys, spent my time listening to music, hanging out in record stores, going to shows and working at various radio stations. I could totally relate to everything that this movie is, including the Psych Furs theme song.

LA Font: Meet Danny Bobbe: nightbus intellectual, enfant terrible, LA Font http://www.LAfontBAND.com frontman. Transplanted to Los Angeles from Montana in 2008 with little more than a Volvo station wagon to his name, he’s since established himself as one of the city’s most compelling songwriters. (The Volvo met a worse fate.) LA Font’s songs are indie rock laced with hooks, jutting with spiky guitars on loan from Pavement, and take an outsider’s perspective on hipsters and gangsters; traumatic brain injury and Sidney Crosby; the homeless in Santa Monica and on Skid Row; crumbling friendships and subway hucksters selling something that they swear is 14-karat gold (“and truthfully,” Bobbe wails in “White Man,” “it’s really hard to say”). For LA Font, the city is bleak, gritty, laden with traps – but it remains a place that promises change to the courageous.

The band – singer/guitarist Danny Bobbe, guitarist Jon Perry, bassist Greg Katz and drummer Harlow Rodriguez – followed their 2010 self-released debut “The American Leagues” with the 7″ single “Sharks” last year.

*Food Trucks: *Fatburger, Crepes Bonaparte, Calbi, Mandoline Grill, Bratz Berlin, Palazzolo’s Artisan Gelato and Sorbetto, Discussion Truck, After School Special

Descanso Gardens: Enchanted Forest of Light <em>CHILL</em> <em>L.A. Zoo Lights</em> American Ballet Theatre's <em>The Nutcracker</em> <em>Amélie, A New Musical</em> <em>Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment</em> Knott's Merry Farm <em>The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker</em> Long Beach Ballet: <em>The Nutcracker</em> <em>A Cinderella Christmas</em>