Arroyo Seco Weekend will return to the shady oaks and parkland of Brookside next to the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena in two weeks, June 23/24.
The weekend is a world class culture event featuring three stages of live music along with curated menus from LA’s celebrated restaurants and chefs plus craft beer and wine.
The impressive line-up includes Neil Young, Jack White and Kings of Leon.
Arroyo Seco Weekend is truly Pasadena taking its name from The Arroyo Seco stream, meaning “dry Stream” in Spanish, that passes through Brookside Golf Course and Pasadena from the San Gabriel Mountains.
Arroyo Seco Weekend is a food lover’s haven, featuring the most sought-after dishes and
award-winning restaurants the Los Angeles and Pasadena communities have to offer.
The selection will satisfy any craving, from classic Italian dishes and authentic Mexican, to Korean BBQ and gluten-free and vegan options celebrating Los Angeles’ melting pot of a food scene.
Free day parking will be available at the festival, plus easy access from surrounding areas by Metro Gold Line, or rideshare/taxi to a pick-up and drop-off lot. Festival venue is accessible to pedestrians, and a Bike Valet will be offered. Kidspace Children’s Museum will again be onsite with a tent of kid friendly activities. Children 10 and under are free with a ticketed adult.
Single day GA: $149 + fees
Weekend GA: $249 + fees
Single day VIP: $349 + fees
Weekend VIP: $449 + fees
Weekend Clubhouse VIP: $999 + fees
Weekend Preferred parking: $65
For more information, visit www.arroyosecoweekend.com.