Since 1997, the South Robertson Community Festival has drawn thousands of families from across the city to discover one of LA’s hidden gems. SORO Fest features a live music stage, tree adoption, and vendor booths highlighting neighborhood businesses, community information and a variety of merchandise. It also offers Camp SORO Kids Zone with attractions, a rock-climbing wall and free arts and crafts for children.
The Oz-like theme of this year’s festival is “South Robertson: The Emerald Blvd.”—paying tribute to South Robertson Blvd. official designation as one of Los Angeles’s “Great Streets.”
The festival will be divided between distinct “Villages” that include a Beer Garden and Gourmet Food Village, Arts Village, Camp SoRo Kids Zone, Car Show, Health, Public Safety and Ecological Villages. The Main Stage will come to life with live music, dance, poetry, comedy and more. Public artists T4T will lead a community mural project. This year’s festival, in honor of its 20th, will include a special treasure hunt, raffles and much, more.
Sunday, June 4, 2017
11:00am to 4pm
The Festival is located on South Robertson Boulevard, between Cattaraugus and Beverlywood St. (just north of Hamilton High School and the 10 Freeway).
Free street parking is also available.
Some of LA’s best food trucks will be on hand to serve festival-goers. And new in 2017: a beer garden!