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dublab and Grand Central Market Present Eat to the Beat & Trick or Treat
October 25, 2014

Web music station dublab returns to Grand Central Market for EAT TO THE BEAT, a day of spooky sonic fun. Join us on Saturday, October 25 from 12-6 pm for the following family-friendly activities, all free for the public:

Face painting by Little Junebugs

HIT+RUN tote bag screen-printing
*Receive a free tote bag with $15 purchase of in-Market currency, good for any vendor, on the Hill St. side.

Come in costume and receive treats from the following vendors:

Sticky Rice
Las Morelianas
Horse Thief BBQ
DTLA Cheese
Berlin Currywurst
Olio GCM Wood Fired Pizzeria
La Huerta
Valerie at GCM

and more TBA

*While supplies last*

Costume contest goes on at the Hill St. side from 4-4:30 pm

Music will be provided by the following:

HILL STREET DJS:
12-1pm Daddy Differently
1-2pm Parker
2-3pm Ganas
3-4pm Lady C & Egroeg
4pm: Costume Contest (hosted by Lady C & Egroeg)
4:30-6pm: Lady C & Egroeg

BROADWAY DJS:
12-1pm: Jake Viator
1-2pm: Rani de Leon
2-4pm: Jenny Nono
4-5pm: sodapop
5-6pm: Lee Robinson

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