2013 SoRo Community Festival

SoRo Community Festival

The 16th Annual SoRo Community Festival will take place on Sunday, June 2, 2013 from 11 am to 4 pm. The Festival is located on South Robertson Boulevard, between Cattaraugus and Beverlywood St. (just north of Hamilton High School and the 10 Freeway). Download a flyer about the festival here.

The SoRo Festival’s goals are to build bridges amongst local neighbors, businesses, and community and public service organizations; and celebrate the cultural diversity of our community.

Local caterers, restaurants, merchants, schools, entertainers and organizations will participate. The SoRo Festival will feature activities for kids at our own "Camp SoRo," a live music stage and lots of exciting artist and vendor booths.

Paul Fig Fegen, as seen on America’s Got Talent, will be entertaining the crowd with his mystifying up-close magic throughout the day at Camp SoRo.

Additionally, the SoRo Festival will feature local school children’s presentations of art and science projects on the Festival’s theme “Sweet Sixteen.”


The SoRo Festival will also serve up a variety of culinary delights from some of Los Angeles’ hottest gourmet food trucks, including Fatburger, bool Korean BBQ Tacos & PastelsCurrywurst Truck, Kosher Grill on Wheels, The Trailer Park TruckFrozen Crush and King Kone Ice Cream Co.

SORO Festival food trucks

Main Stage

The SoRo Festival stage will spotlight live musical and dance performances from some of SoCal’s talented young performers. 

Performance Schedule

Master of Ceremonies: Michael Cladis  |  Sound Master: John Lackner

11:15 am Mallory Low
12:10 Pat Gorman
12:45 Rock Theatre
1:00  Susan Bursk Founder’s Award and Community Award for Outstanding Green Citizenship Presentations
1:30 SGI-USA Pearl Chorus & our SGI-USA ESD (elementary school division) Choir
1:45 Dance Team from Shenandoah Elementary
2:00 World Garden Dance and Music Studio (Brazilian/Caribbean/Cuban Drumming and Dance)
2:15 Rock Theatre
2:30 Westside Crew (Top 40/Latin Soul)

The SoRo Community Festival is coordinated by the South Robertson Neighborhoods Council and the SoRo Community Foundation, Inc. and funded in part by a grant from the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. We would like to invite the entire Southern California community to join our event.

Admission to the SoRo Community Festival is FREE. Free street parking is also available. The SoRo Festival is open to the public and will provide plenty of fun for the whole family on a Sunday afternoon!