This promises to be exciting news for a lot of people, especially those in California’s Bay Area. Three of the biggest trends in American culture are about to merge in San Jose on Labor Day Weekend as electronic music, food trucks, and sriracha form like Voltron to become the “Electronic Sriracha Festival.”
A mysterious website has gone up promising “2 city blocks, 3 stages of electronic music, 4 bars, and 120- sriracha-infused dishes.”
The promoter/presenter is Moveable Feast, a Bay Area-based group known in San Jose for its weekly food truck gatherings that draw thousands of people for live music and delicious food. They get rave reviews on Yelp and a lot of buzz in local media.
The line-up has yet to be announced, but is expected Monday, July 21st. We’ll definitely keep an eye on this and keep you posted, as the curator is rumored to be San Francisco DJ John Beaver who mixed the official Coachella 2012 soundtrack.
To good food and even better music! Stay tuned.
John Beaver Live with Krishna Lee on Drums & Greg Manacho on Guitar
Mr. Tyler Jackson
Los Disco Duro
Double A and Jay Reese