What: Noisette: An Afternoon of Food and Music
When: Saturday August 4th, 1 – 5 p.m. (12 – 1 p.m. VIP hour)
Where: Public Works, 161 Erie St (near Mission & 14th)
Cost: $60, VIP tickets $85
They say that chefs are the new rock stars. If that's true, then Noisette is going to be the
most rocking afternoon in history.
Dubbed “a culinary concert block party,” Noisette brings together musical performances
by bands and DJs with dishes by innovative local chefs. Think of it as enjoying a concert,
a multi-course meal, and a dance club all at the same time.
The event, originally slated to happen at Speakeasy Brewery, will now be held at the indoor-outdoor space Public Works, a 21-and-over venue. Featured musical performers include the Dodos, Pillowfight, Craft Spells, and Taken by Trees as well as DJs Chad Salty, Nanosaur, and Snacky Tunes. Each general admission ticket includes a dish from each of the chefs and all of the music, while a VIP ticket also includes early entry with a hosted beer bar and access to special demonstrations.
Noisette has been carefully designed to satisfy the music nerd and the food geek simultaneously. “Wherever you are, you can hear the bands,” says Stacy Horne of Noise Pop, co-producers of the event. “People will be able to float freely between the outside and inside, and around each corner will be a different food offering, which will be really