BOBBY FLAY TO HOST THE FIRST ANNUAL GREAT AMERICAN FOOD AND MUSIC FEST JUNE 13, 2009
APPEARANCES BY LITTLE FEAT, MARSHALL CRENSHAW, BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY, GUY FIERI AND MORE
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The Great American Food and Music Fest, a one-day event celebrating the rich traditions of classic American fare and music will be held at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View
, California on Saturday, June 13, 2009. It will be hosted by chef and Food Network personality Bobby Flay
At the festival legendary purveyors of classic American food, celebrity chefs and extraordinary musicians will come together for the first time ever, at an affordable price. Some of the most acclaimed culinary establishments in the country will be on-site to serve their specialties, including: Pink's Hot Dogs (LA), Barney Greengrass (NYC), Graeter's Ice Cream (Cincinnati), Southside Market Barbecue (Texas), Anchor Bar (Buffalo, NY; inventor of Buffalo wings), and Tony Luke's Cheesesteaks (Philadelphia). In addition, some of the Bay Area's best food establishments will be featured along with great American wines and specialty cocktails.
The culinary presentations will be augmented by live music from Little Feat, Marshall Crenshaw, and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, among many others. The full lineup will be announced shortly. In addition to Flay, there will also be a gathering of other food world notables, including the star of the Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins, & Dives" Guy Fieri.
Tickets for the event are available now and can be purchased at LiveNation.com, Blockbuster Video locations, and the Shoreline Amphitheatre box office. There are a number of ticket options available for the event to make it accessible to everyday food lovers without breaking the bank. General admission starts at $35 inclusive of all service charges and includes your first plate of food for free.
For more detailed information and updates regarding the event, visit the festival site greatamericanfoodandmusicfest.com.
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