LA’s best food trucks will be on hand all season, offering a variety of food options sure to please the most discerning palates. Check out our gallery of food trucks for more info. Line-up for each night can be found on the event pages.
- Seasonal open-air film series have proliferated in the past few years, but none are as diversified or user friendly as Eat|See|Hear.Los Angeles Magazine
- Refinery 29Oh, 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.
- Thank goodness we have Eat|See|Hear in town, to meet our mega mondo inflatable movie screen needs. The outdoor summertime cinema series arrives at various locations around Southern California.NBC Los Angeles
- Eat|See|Hear also grew attendance to 1,500 to 2,000 people per event last year, up from about 1,000 the first year, Sharon Sperber said. This year, the couple reserved new venues that can accommodate even more people, such as the Autry.Los Angeles Business Journal
- When Jeff and Sharon Sperber started Eat|See|Hear in 2012, they saw the SaMoHi amphitheater as a fitting destination. And since kicking off the inaugural series with Anchorman at the Greek, they’ve held movie screenings at the local venue every year since.Santa Monica Daily Press
- Stimulate all of your senses at this summer-long festival celebrating food, film and music. Every Saturday, Eat|See|Hear will set up camp at a different LA location and project a cult classic film on a huge 3 ½-story-tall inflatable HD screen (the biggest of its kind on the West Coast).TimeOut Los Angeles
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A summer-long celebration of movies, food and music since 2012, Eat|See|Hear is LA’s original traveling outdoor movie series going to rotating venues around the city. Featuring a wide mix of outdoor movies, live music and yummy food trucks, Eat|See|Hear won “Best Outdoor Movie Event” in Los Angeles Magazine’s Best of LA 2014.
Presented by Showtime Networks, our 5th Anniversary Season kicks off on May 7th. Every Eat|See|Hear event gives Angeleno’s an unrivaled outdoor movie experience featuring the largest outdoor movie screen on the west coast. The massive 52-foot wide image can only be viewed at Eat|See|Hear and it’s coupled with 15-30k lumens of crystal clear, bright HD projection and state of the art line-array sound. Experience the difference.
In some of the most iconic venues around, such as Pasadena City Hall (as seen on TV’s Parks & Rec as Pawnee City Hall), The Autry Museum in Griffith Park and The Memorial Greek Amphitheater at Santa Monica High School. And in the fall, our Front Porch Cinema series takes place on the Santa Monica Pier.
Eat|See|Hear combines multiple outdoor events into one: picnic and chill time with friends (and your dog!), a live music concert, an outdoor movie occasionally introduced by a star, director or writer plus some of LA’s most delicious food trucks like The Grilled Cheese Truck, Baby’s Badass Burgers and Coolhaus. Notable Eat|See|Hear live music alumni include The Orwells, Islands, Chicano Batman and Saint Motel.
Eat|See|Hear is LA’s most dog-friendly event series. Leashed, friendly dogs are always welcomed with a free biscuit at the entrance, water bowls all around and extra ‘doggie’ bags for those emergency moments.
Eat|See|Hear is a quintessential Los Angeles and summertime experience.
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$14 Advance General Admission Picnic Style / $16 General Admission at the Door (cash or credit)
$8 Kids Under 12 / Kids Under 5 are Free
$21 Air New Zealand Fashionably
Late Great (only available online, not at the door)
Grab your friends and include Eat|See|Hear in your weekend plans. Join us every Saturday night from May through September.
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