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Taste of the World Festival, Los Angeles, November 5-7, 2010

The Los Angeles Taste of the World Festival is a unique series of events to be held annually in Los Angeles County which celebrate the food, music, art, culture and dancing from the countries and cultures found throughout the United States. With the world's five continents in mind, the festival includes representation from consulates, restaurants, travel agencies, airlines, and musical performers.  It also features strolling entertainers, clowns, face painting, dancing, and cooking and art exhibitions. Furthermore, we are featuring a three day talent search for the "Next Superstar," the "Next Celebrity Chef," "The Next Stand up Comic", 'The Next Event Planner" and an exciting, dramatic exhibition and competition for the next "Dancing with the LA Stars" winner.

The diversity of culture, food, music and entertainment represented in our festival ensures something for everyone's interests.   Not only is the festival an educational setting but also a social opportunity.  Engaging with individuals of various backgrounds will allow for the exchange of ideas, sharing of knowledge, and furthering of cultural awareness.

This is a must see event.  Not only are locals sure to visit but also tourists from all over the world; further embedding cultural diversity into the festival and enabling the core mission of the Los Angeles Taste of the World Festival - to travel the world in a single day!

General Information

Los Angeles Taste of the World Festival
November 5th - 7th 2010
Los Angeles Center Studios
1201 West 5th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Event Hours

Friday November 5th, 2010  5PM -11PM
Saturday November 6th, 2010 11AM - 11PM
Sunday November 7th, 2010 11AM - 9PM

FAQ

Q: What is a taste?
A:  A taste is a 7 inch sample plate.

Q: How much does a taste cost?
A: On average tastes range from $2.00 to $4.00

Q: Can I pay with cash or credit cards?
A: As a world traveler you’ll convert your cash into our official event currency Chevere coins. One USD equals One Chevere. dollar. Currency exchange booths are located at each entrance and also throughout the event venue. For your convenience ATM machines are also available throughout the event.

Q: What cuisines are represented?
A:  Cuisines from Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and the Americas.

Q: Is there entertainment?
A : Yes. In addition to our musical headliner and celebrity Judges we have music, dance, and comedy competitions, jugglers, stilt-walkers, and cirque style performers.

Q: What other attractions are there?
A: In addition to our five continents of cuisine we construct five Pavilions:
* Green World  * Children’s World  * Healthy World * World Travel * Technology World

Q:  How much is admission?
A:  Yes, we offer several ticket options


General Admission  1-Day Pass $10.00
General Admission  3 -Day Pass $24,00
VIP Admission         1-Day Pass $40.00
VIP  Admission        3 - Day Pass $90.00
Family 4- Pack        1 - Day Pass $32.00
Family 4 - Pack       3 - Day Pass $72.00


For special discount tickets email us:
info@tasteoftheworldfestival.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Q: Is there Parking available?
A: Yes, parking can be found along city streets or in parking lots throughout the city


Q: Is there recycling at the event?
A: The Los Angeles Taste of the World Festival is acutely aware of the environmental impact such a large festival may have and strives to promote recycling, not just to vendors and performers but to all Festival attendees. Recyclable waste containers, clearly marked, will be available throughout the festival grounds, as well as within vendor and performance areas. Emcee's will promote recycling via multiple announcements from the performance stage throughout the festival.

 

 

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