2019 Harvest Festival in Griffith Park
Celebrate autumn’s glory in L.A.’s largest urban park! Now in its third year, the Griffith Park Harvest Festival is an all-day celebration that brings together visitors & residents from across Los Angeles on Veteran’s Day weekend. We invite you to join us at the festival for live music, a variety of innovative food trucks, a beer garden featuring independent craft brews, dozens of local vendor booths, plus a Kids Zone that includes a climbing wall, bounce houses, pumpkin painting, and more. Once the sun sets, we’ll be screening the acclaimed Disney-Pixar film “Coco” under the stars. The Harvest Festival is fun for the whole family, so we hope to see you November 10th in Griffith Park.
Sunday, November 10th, 2019
11:00am to 7:00pm
4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, California 90027
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This year’s selection of local, independent craft beers will be curated by the Los Angeles County Brewers Guild.
– Sage Bistro & Brewery
1700 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
– Angel City Brewery
216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
- – Lucky Luke Brewing
610 W Ave O #104, Palmdale, CA 93551
684 Anita St F, Chula Vista, CA 91911
Food Trucks (click links to view full menu)
🍖 The BBQ Smokehouse: Tri-tip steaks, smoked ribs, Creole-seasoned chicken & more.
🦞 Cousins Maine Lobster: Maine lobster rolls, fried clams & other seafood staples.
🌭 Dogtown Dogs: Gourmet hot dogs & amazing tots.
🧀 The Grilled Cheese Truck: Chef-driven grilled cheese sandwiches & comfort foods.
🌮 The Taco Cartel: Authentic Mexican tacos including asada & al pastor.
🇵🇭 White Rabbit Truck: Filipino fusion kitchen with American & Mexican twists.
🧁 My Delight Cupcakery: Artisan cupcakes in a variety of flavors.
🍦 Tikiz Shaved Ice & Ice Cream: Custom shaved ice & ice cream.
🎵 11am – 2pm: Hammerstein Band – Authentic Bavarian Polka Band
📻 2pm – 4pm: iHeart Radio in the Beer Garden
🎵 2:25pm – 2:50pm: Band of Singers
🎵 3pm – 4:30pm: Dizzy Box Nine
🎬 5:15pm (sunset): Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” Screening
Thank You To Our Participating Partners!
Vendor and Non-Profit Opportunities – SOLD OUT
Includes a 10’x10′ booth with pop-up tent, table and two chairs. Your company’s logo with link on run website and will be mentioned in final emails. Fore more information, please complete this form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kevin Lovelace at (310) 472-1990 x102
We are always excited to partner with businesses and organizations. Fore more information, contact Kevin Lovelace at (310) 472-1990 x102 or email email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to pay for Harvest Fest?
Nope! You will need money for food trucks and beer garden but all activities are free!
Where is the best place to park?
We are asking people to park at Upper Parking Lot (Above the merry-go-round). All parking is free.
Can I bring my dog?
Absolutely! All dogs must remain on a leash while at the park and be okay around large crowds. Please bring a water bowl to keep your pup hydrated.
Is the event cash-only?
Each vendor is responsible for their own payment processing. Most vendors will accept credit cards.
Do I need to bring my ID for the Beer Garden?
Yes, legal identification is required to purchase tickets for beer, cider and hard kombucha. Minors will be allowed in the Beer Garden but must be accompanied by an adult.
What time does the move COCO start?
Around 5:15pm, after the sun has set and the stars are out.
Is there an age restriction for the Kid Zone?
No, we will have activities and rides for all ages! There will be a bounce castle for ages 10 and under, a “Tubs-O-Fun” ride for ages 5+ and a rock climbing wall for all abilities. The Kid Zone will also feature arts & crafts, as well as, animals from the zoo (weather permitting), pet adoption and an educational eco exhibit hosted by the Los Angeles Par Rangers.
Directions to Griffith Park
The Harvest Festival will be located near the Merry-Go-Round, across the street from the Visitor’s Center & Ranger Station. Griffith Park is conveniently accessible from Interstate 5, just take exit 141B toward Griffith Park, then turn onto Crystal Springs Drive. Public transportation is also available via Metro Bus Route 96. Bike racks will be available for cyclists on site at the event. For more details, please reference this park map.
Co-hosted by the Los Angeles Parks Foundation and the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation & Parks.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.