We are very excited to announce that we will have our very own stage at this year’s Noche De Altares event in Downtown Santa Ana on November 1st.
This will mark the 12th time this event will take place in Downtown Santa Ana and is sure to bring in many residents from the OCand other areas in southern California. Noche de Altares is known for being the premiere event for Day of the Dead, which is a Mexican holiday celebrating the lives of those who have passed away and has also served tobring many communities together in Mexico and here in the United States. In this event, participants display images of their deceased family members in an altar along with many intricate decorations, sometimes displaying images of Calacas, skeletons fully clothed giving the appearance that normal life continues after death.
Since the events inception in the early 2000’s, Calacas and El Centro Cultural De Mexico have been encouraging members of the community to come together to build these altars. Starting with just a few altars on their first try, they have managed to keep the community coming back year after year, literally spilling this event onto the streets of Santa Ana. The event has grown so much so that they have expanded from needing to close off 4th street from Broadway, to having to close off Broadway Street and another stretch from Broadway to Sycamore.
The Kilson Street stage will be located at the intersection of 4th and Sycamore. This area will include mainly vendors of collectibles/merchandise and food along with a space for spectators for our stage. We will be releasing more information on artists and events that will take place on our stage within the coming weeks so subscribe to our social media pages or here on our website (click our contact page) to receive the latest updates.
We would like to thank both Café Calacas and El Centro Cultural De Mexico for this great opportunity and for their continued commitment to supporting local artists and musicians.
For more information on the event, please go to the following site: http://www.nochedealtares.org
Hi. We’ve been gone for a little while. Mainly to take some time to reflect on… things. Anyway, here we have The Kyotees. These guys are badass. We really like this sound. It’s kind of like The Seeds meet Nirvana, which is a pretty killer combination.
Our segments include OC Pride 2014 with Ernie interviewing Miss Lucky Madison Miss Lucky Madison!
Also, Mo takes the Bud Ice Bucket Challenge. Chugging a 32 oz Bud Ice in less than a minute.
These segments will be released solo within the next few days, but hey, check this whole episode out and share with your friends on the interweb.
This past Saturday the 2nd we held our 1st Pizza Eating Contest: La Gigante Challenge!!
Frank Paulin walked away the victor and with our trophy and $100 in hand. Congrats. Check out the footage and prepare for the next one!
We would like to thank our sponsors Suavecito Pomade, La Pizza Loca, and the East End DTSA for their support in putting this event together. We also were able to raise $200 for Make-A-Wish of Orange County and the Inland Empire.
We had to leave the damn country for this. We headed to Cancun for this one. We will go anywhere (except Russia) to bring you the best spots to visit in Santa Ana (or wherever the hell we’re at).
This installment is dedicated ONLY to Santiago Park in Santa Ana. If you know this place, then you know that this is the Mecca of debauchery, and not archery… well enjoy this because we sure as hell did on our visit.
This is the second installment of the Santa Ana Tours. We visited the Kellog House, Harbor Street, and WIllowick Golf Course. Watch as we show you the best places in our small town.
Today we have available our form to participate in the La Gigante Challenge. If you are interested please follow all the instructions in this post. You can fill this form Continue Reading →
Well technically this is our 2nd – 1st Annual Pizza Eating Contest. We want to extend this out into the public domain for our August 2nd artwalk event at Plaza Continue Reading →
We had too much fun at the Black Sheep Konsept Fashion Show. There was way too much there for us to fit into one short segment but we have some of the “goodest” on this one. Watch!
We would like to shout out the following Peeps/designers and performers at the Konsept Show. Be sure to visit their pages and show them some L U V: