Yes, Coffee is getting it very own festival, and if you love coffee then the inaugural Los Angeles Coffee Festival is MUST fest to attend November 9, 10, and 11th.
Read on to get all the details on the inaugural Los Angeles Coffee Festival…
CelebNFood247.com would like to proudly introduce you to the inaugural Los Angeles Coffee Festival taking place on November 9, 10, and 11th at The Magic Box @ The Reef.
The festival is just two weeks out, just know the festival will have something for everyone, as it combines coffee, food, music, art, film, and philanthropy like no other.
The festival will build upon successful elements from the international events in London, Milan, New York City and Amsterdam while also being curated specifically for the rapidly growing Los Angeles food and beverage market. There will be vendors focusing on health trends in coffee, the very Instagrammable Latte Art Live, food from local cafes like Triniti and Lately, while also giving LA stars a chance to shine within the Coffee Music Project and first-ever film component of the Coffee Art Project.
Guests can also hear from industry experts in The Lab. Currently confirmed speakers include Dritan Alsela, Adam Carr (Seven Miles Coffee Roasters), Maya Albert (Devocion), Emily Davis (Counter Culture), Jordan Michelman and Zac Carlson (Sprudge) as well as representatives from Califia Farms and Straus Family Creamery.
Other elements of the festival will include a Coffee Cocktail Bar, The Tasting Room, The Kitchen and Street Food Market. Some of the hottest names in the LA Coffee and Food Scene will be a part of this incredible event, including Pollen, Stumptown, Bluestone Lane, Mad Lab, Mooon x Coffee Hall as well as 55+ other incredible vendors.
Get more details on what’s happening at the LA Coffee Festival, click here…
In addition to offering delicious street food, coffee cocktails, live music, and coffee-inspired art, 10% of profits are donated to Project Waterfall, partnering with NYC-based charity: water to deliver life-changing water projects in coffee-growing regions. Since 2011, Project Waterfall has raised over $1.5 million, bringing clean water to more than 37,000 people across seven countries.
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