Great Party. Greater Cause.
SoundBites Features 20 Restaurants, 5 Food Trucks & 5 Bands
WASHINGTON, DC: On May 22nd the 9:30 Club and DC Central Kitchen will bring back SoundBites, a food and music festival that benefits DC Central Kitchen, a national leader for combating hunger and creating opportunities for individuals in need.
With music from Trouble Funk, Pietasters, Ra Ra Rasputin, DJ lil’e, and Will Rast Trio, attendees will enjoy tastes of signature dishes from 20 local eateries including Casa Nonna, Cork, District 2, Eatonville, Evening Star Café, Harry’s Smokehouse, Indique, Jaleo, Mandu, Mie N Yu, Policy, Radius Pizza, Rappahonack Oysters, Taylor Gourmet, and Toki Underground as well as five of the area’s hottest food trucks including Sabor’a Street and DC Empanadas. Guests will enjoy all they can eat from each of the restaurants’ selections, included in the ticket price. Tickets on sale now at ticketfly.com!
An evening of Music, Food and Change to benefit DC Central Kitchen
When: Sunday, May 22, 2011
5:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Where: 9:30 Club
815 V St., N.W. Washington DC
Tickets: $40, with proceeds benefiting the work of DC Central Kitchen
Available online at Ticket Fly
About DC Central Kitchen
This year marks DC Central Kitchen’s 22nd year of combating hunger and creating opportunity. The Kitchen works 365 days a year providing low-income individuals and families with nutritious food, assisting local farmers, empowering chronically unemployed men and women to achieve self-sufficiency and reaching out to people living on the streets. Tens of thousands of pounds of free or low-cost, surplus fresh produce recovered from area farms enhance the nutrition of more than 4,500 meals prepared at the Kitchen every day. To learn more about the Kitchen and its initiatives, visit DC Central Kitchen.
About the 9:30 Club
Multiple winner of both Billboard’s and Pollstar’s Nightclub of the Year, the 9:30 Club is the inimitable place bands aspire to play and music fans love to attend – a destination for locals and people across the country. Gracing the stage have been legends Bob Dylan, Dolly Parton, Al Green, and James Brown; recently discovered acts like The ArcticMonkeys, Wolfmother, Katy Perry and Lily Allen, and arena acts looking for an intimate club play such as Justin Timberlake, the Smashing Pumpkins and FooFighters. The 9:30 Club is located at 9th and V streets, NW, Washington, D.C.