FLYING BURRITO - MUSIC AND FOOD FESTIVAL
ALBERT HAMMOND JR., THE FRIGHTS, VOX URBANA, ANARBOR, SON LED "AFRO-CUBAN", PORCHES, NO AGE, COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS, LAS CHOLLAS PELIGROSAS, THE BUTTERTONES, U.S. GIRLS, La Luz, FLAMENCO POR LA VIDA, DE LUX, PALM, ORB, MOANING, HAUNTED SUMMER, DRÆMINGS, CURRENT JOYS, NANAMI OZONE
Sat, March 10, 2018
$15.00 - $33.00
This event is all ages
Join us on Saturday, March 10th for the first ever Flying Burrito Festival!
2nd Avenue and Crescent Ballroom will be transformed into a LIVE MUSIC and BURRITO haven complete with 4 stages housing 25 bands from all over the country, PLUS a ton of local food vendors! Samples and full burritos will be available for tasting from vendors such as Ladera Taverna, Axa-Mex, Hummus Express, Elote Man, Left Coast Burrito, Different Smoke BBQ, Triple Dot, Flying Bars and many more. Bars will be serving up beer and cocktails, featuring the Casa Blanco Margarita and the CB Sangria. Lawn games and community tables will bring fellow burrito and music lovers together for even more good times at this downtown Phoenix street festival!
*Wrap it all up with an after party at The Van Buren starring Talib Kweli and more (ages 18+)!https://www.psykosteve.com/event/1641502/
Moms everywhere enjoy the band’s two self-produced EPs, their one full-length record, and even their split EP and singles, embarrassing their sons and daughters with their enthusiasm toward a band that is at least half, sometimes a third, of their age. Some of their most popular songs among moms include “Beach Porn,” “Crust Bucket,” and “Makeout Point.”
Ostensibly, The Frights are great for long drives in a Honda Odyssey. Their second full-length was produced by FIDLAR’s Zac Carper and will be released soon.
It was started by vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and sometimes-producer Kimi Recor as a solo project respectively her alter ego in 2012, but since then evolved into a tightly knit band of four:
Kimi Recor (vocals/guitar), Thorson (bass/synth), Christopher Vick (guitar), and Nathaniel Meek (drums).
308 N. 2nd Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85003