Music Tastes Good will once again take over Downtown Long Beach on September 30 and October 1. Though this year's lineup has yet to be announced, last year included headlining sets from ska revivalists the Specials, folk outfit Iron and Wine, indie pop duo Sylvan Esso and more. Best described as "KCRW approved"—the public radio station is presenting the fest—Music Tastes Good is bringing an eclectic mix of bands to Downtown Long Beach. True to its name, Music Tastes Good has also curated a food experience themed to each day of the festival, from a farm-to-table dinner to a Bloody Mary brunch.
|Venue name:||Various locations in L.A.|
|Price:||$25 Friday, $75 Saturday, $35 Sunday; $120 three-day; $240 VIP|