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Sunset At The Oasis

Friends Of The Los Angeles River Frog Spot  Sunset At The Oasis

Friends Of The Los Angeles River is holding a few concerts to raise money for the FoLAR Visitor Center. Catch details about it below!

FINAL 2014 “SUNSET AT THE OASIS”
CONCERT CALENDAR
FOLAR’S FROG SPOT VISITOR CENTER & POP-UP CAFÉ ON THE L.A. RIVER HOSTS SATURDAY NIGHT FUNDRAISER CONCERTS & EVENTS INTO OCTOBER

WHAT: Saturday evening fundraiser concerts at FoLAR’s visitor center/pop-up café featuring music, culture, drinks, and snacks
UPCOMING: All events are from 5pm-8pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
DeZign Flaw – http://awemusic.us
New Wave music
Saroja – http://sarojamusic.com
International musicians playing rhythmic rock & soul
The Anti Job – http://theanti-job.com
Surrealist rock

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
Cashew & Cleary – http://www.cashewandcleary.com/
Psych-folk LA veteran musican duo
Rated X – https://facebook.com/tributetox
The X Tribute Band
I See Hawks In L.A. – http://www.iseehawks.com/
Los Angeles’s roots/Americana stalwarts

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4 – LAST SHOW OF THE SEASON
LA River Bend – http://lariverbend.bandcamp.com
Nate Weiner’s Atwater Village folk ensemble
Wicklow Atwater and the Fallen Flame – http://wicklowatwater.com
A high energy string band from Los Angeles just trying to make it out of the hood
My Hawaii — http://myhawaii.bandcamp.com/
Masterminded by Yohei Shikano with his talented friends

LOCATION: 2825 Benedict Street, Los Angeles, CA 90039 (also accessible from bike path at Newell Street)

COST: $15 donation to Friends of the Los Angeles River gets admission, two drink tickets (beer/wine) and snacks.

“Sunset at the Oasis”, a series of music and culture, will hold regular Saturday night events through summer 2014 at The Frog Spot, a pop-up café and free weekend visitor center operated by Friends of the Los Angeles River.

Tucked behind a sculptor’s studio on the edge of the Glendale Narrows portion of the river, the Frog Spot is landscaped in bright-white garden stones, with seating areas, shade sails, a concession stand and information kiosk operating from a vintage trailer, and a convertible stage area. The entire patio overlooks the lush green-bottomed river, affording a view of bicyclists and herons alike.

The “Sunset at the Oasis” series will run every Saturday night through October 4th. The Frog Spot is also open as a free public visitor center to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, offering free bathrooms, cold filtered water, wifi, snacks and other amenities.

The Frog Spot is a pilot program funded by Miss Me Jeans and REI. Further information can be found at www.thefrogspot.org and on Twitter @TheFrogSpot.

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