“Bastille Day is the name given in English-speaking countries to the FrenchNational Day, which is celebrated on July 14 each year. In France, it is formally called Fête Nationale (French pronunciation: [fɛːt nasjɔˈnal]; The National Celebration) and commonly Le quatorze Juillet (French pronunciation: [lə.ka.tɔʁz.ʒɥiˈjɛ]; the fourteenth of July).!!! ” … Continue reading Happy Bastille Day Los Angeles!
On Sunday, July 14, 2013, from noon to dusk, Angelenos celebrated the true spirit of Bastille Day all over Los Angeles!!! Bastille Day is France’s annual tribute to the storming of the Bastille prison on July 14, 1789, that helped spark the French Revolution. Now in its 12th year the Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival produced by Pascale Fortunat’s Passions Productions under the auspices of the French Consulate of France in LA, many sponsors as well as awesome vendors from Crêpes Xpress Café, Tartine O’ Chocolat to specialty items from XX Xcessory Xtras to name just a few. Each year this festival attracts thousands … Continue reading Highlights in Pictures of Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival
Flashback 2011 from French Consulate on the making of 3rd Annual Ooh la LA Festival: Website: OohLaLA Related articles Ooh La L.A! FRENCH MUSIC FESTIVAL! (frenchalacarteblog.com) Continue reading Ooh La LA French Music Festival
A Retrospective in pictures and highlights of the 11th Annual Bastille Day Los Angeles event produced by Passions Productions and hosted by The French Connection Radio featuring the LIVE entertainment organized by Cabaret Versatile. Continue reading Bastille Day Los Angeles Retrospective
2012 Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival in its 11th year will take place at Kenneth Hahn Park 4100 South La Cienega Blvd, in Los Angeles on Sunday July 15th, 2012 from 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Live Entertainment brought to you … Continue reading French Bohême and Troubadours
Los Angelenos have plenty of choices this Bastille Day week-end! Attend one event or better yet attend all the events in the spirit of the French Revolution and France’s National Day!!! (And of course if you are in Paris … Continue reading It’s Bastille Day in Los Angeles 1, 2, 3…
The Club Culinaire of French Cuisine is back once again and will hold its 32nd Annual Picnic des Chefs on Sunday, May 20th from 11:30 AM -4:30 PM at beautiful Vasa Park in Agoura Hills at 2854 Triunfo Canyon Road in luscious … Continue reading 32nd Annual Picnic des Chefs
Ooh La LA ! A French Los Angeles music event featuring contemporary “cutting edge” artists and their music: from “hard-hitting electro to world & folk” created by French music artistic director Sylvain Taillet , Ooh La LA is produced in partnership with Goldenvoice, the creators of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival and All Points West.It takes place on three consecutive nights hence the word “festival” : September 29, 30th and October 1rst at El Rey Theater. What’s in store this year? Nouvelle Vague, Tinariwen, Birdy Nam Nam…Well, I do love world music and I must admit DJ Cam reminiscent of … Continue reading Ooh la L.A!
On Sunday, August 28, 2011, the Los Angeles Epicurean Festival at Sofitel LA will bring together culinary specialties and extraordinary wines & spirits, under one roof in a casual setting. Products that usually are only available to Chefs are being offered at the Festival. Attendees will be able to pair and compare, taste and take home their favorite selections. Food demonstrations will be available every hour conducted by: Keizo Ishiba – K-Zo JF Meteigner – La Cachette Bistro Sebastien Archambault – l’Epicerie Josiah Citrin – Melisse Neal Fraser – BLD There will be mixeology classes, oenologists are standing by to explain how to … Continue reading Los Angeles Epicurean Festival
Repost from : http://www.bastilledaylosangeles.com/home.shtml Come join the fun! Celebrate Bastille Day at the Southland’s Best French Festival! At the ELYSIAN PARK – Monticello Old Lodge (next to the Dodgers Stadium – corner of Stadium Way and Scott Avenue) Directions to Elysian Park map to the park Live entertainment! Enjoy great French food and wine! Noon – 9PM Download the Magazine Cover On Sunday, July 17th, 2011, Angelenos will celebrate the tenth annual official Bastille Day LA Festival in the heart of Los Angeles — Elysian Park, Monticello Old Lodge (next to the Dodgers Stadium) corner of Stadium Way and Scott Avenue. — … Continue reading Bastille Day in L.A! Y’a D’La Joie!
La Fête de la Musique eu lieu pour la toute première fois en France le 21 Juin 1982. Quand Maurice Fleuret devient Directeur de la Musique et de la Danse en octobre 1981, à la demande de Jack Lang, il applique … Continue reading La Fête de la Musique!
Origins of Fête de la Musique Fête de La Musique began in France in 1982, as a way to bring amateur and professional musicians together and to present free concerts nationwide. Within a few years, it became one of the most successful French cultural events and was quickly taken up all over the world. By the year 2007, there were more than 300 cities participating on five continents. For more information on Fête de la Musique, click here. Make Music Pasadena Saturday, June 18, 2011 FREE and all-ages More artists to be announced soon. Best Coast Garage rock, surf pop Indie … Continue reading Make Music Pasadena