Date & Time: Fri, Aug 2 @ 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Address: 1301 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101
Join us for a monthly interactive exploration of small businesses in East Village infused with live music at each stop, cool events like silent disco yoga, specially curated drinks and delicious food! Grab a friend and reserve your free ticket today!!
How it Works:
Each location will be open through the evening with highlighted events/activities occurring at each spot. You can pop by one location or join the small business crawl and enjoy all 4 with the tour guide!!
5:30-6:30 PM @ Genteel Coffee – Make Pizza, Wild Dove Boutique, Tavern & Bowl and Redhat Coffee are joining forces with Genteel Coffee to host a classic summer backyard party with live music from Julianna Zachariou, yard games, giveaways, pizza, beer and of course some caffeinated pick-me-ups!
6:45-7:45 PM @ Amplified Ale Works – Amplified Ale Works will be providing live music by their favorite local cover band, Rich and the Money, soaring through yoga poses with Rize Aerial Yoga and pouring You & Yours Distilling speciality cocktails. (Give Back to Ladies Who Paint : $1 from each You & Yours cocktail & donation based silent disco yoga by Rize Studio)
8:00-9:00 PM @ Quartyard – Tailored Hair for Men & Young Hickory are joining forces with Quartyard to help all who enter to “Relax & Enjoy”. Stop by for Young Hickory Beer Floats then enjoy hand massages and an interactive cutting experience by Tailored Hair for Men. Give Back to Ladies Who Paint : Event venue at Quartyard, a portion of proceeds from Young Hickory Beer Floats & donation based hand massages. Stay tuned for live music announcement and Lady Killaz involvement!!
9:30 PM @ Melvin Brewery – Keep the party going and head to Melvin Brewing for late night eats & craft brewed beer!
***A portion of the evenings proceeds will go to Ladies Who Paint!
A Little About Ladies Who Paint:
Dedicated to creating lasting impact on the community of San Diego through the use of public murals created by international and local female muralists, while empowering women in the artistic industry and beyond.
Having San Diego on the map for a known mural destination, and make the city known for its dedication to the arts and a culture that represents equality and fairness for all it welcomes.