Eats, Beats & Brews | Center St. between Shattuck Ave. and Oxford St…

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June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; 12 noon to 6pmEvery Sunday in June, Center Street in Downtown Berkeley comes alive with Eats, Beats & Brews, an exciting new weekly block party featuring live music, an outdoor beer garden by Drakes Brewing and delicious food from around the world. Kick off summer vacation with friends and family at a free Sunday Fun Day celebration featuring local and internationally touring bands in Downtown Berkeley, across the street from Downtown Berkeley BART station.Eats, Beats & Brews features free outdoor concerts showcasing a diverse line up of music ranging from reggae, to indie rock, neo-funk, salsa, folk and more:June 1: Black Bones – Fito Reinoso and Su Ritmo y Armonia with DJ AntonioJune 8: Callaghan – Into The Pacific with DJ O AcesJune 15: The Blondies – Muir Valley Settlers – Justin Ancheta BandJune 22: Mojo Daisies – MAD NOISE with DJ O AcesJune 29 FINALE: Saving Cadence – The Boston Boys with DJ O AcesCenter Street’s Restaurant Row will showcase over 15 different international cuisines and offer special meals and bites just for Eats, Beats & Brews. Even more options for fantastic food will be provided by local street vendors and food trucks. The spacious outdoor beer garden covering the entire block will feature Bay Area favorite Drakes Brewing Company, delighting Bay Area audiences with refreshing brews, great food and local bands every week. With plenty of seating and tables, Center Street will transform into a pedestrian promenade to savor food and drink with friends and family in the heart of Downtown Berkeley.From 12 noon to 6pm, every Sunday in June, Center Street between Shattuck Ave. and Oxford St. (Restaurant Row) will be closed to cars for Eats, Beats & Brews. The outdoor block party is conveniently located across the street from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station. Attendees are encouraged to take public transportation, walk or bike. There are also many nearby public garages and parking lots for those arriving by car.Presented by Downtown Berkeley Association

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