Enjoy Bargains, Live Music, & Food Trucks at 4th Street Sidewalk Sale & Breast Cancer Awareness Benefit
2012-08-22 · By Editor
Join us on Saturday, September 22nd for our semi-annual Summer Spring Sidewalk Sale on 4th from NOON to 6 pm. This ONE-DAY ONLY event will feature Live Music from 3-6PM (Cougrzz Rock! at Lola’s Mexican Cuisine and Angela Aldatz & Her Band Of Gypsies at Portfolio Coffeehouse), Food Trucks (Chunk-N-Chip Cookies, Komodo, Lomo Arigato, India Jones, Baby’s BadAss Burgers, Buttermilk, Palazzolo’s Gelato, more to be announced) from 1-4PM, and Bargains Galore… PLUS Art, Entertainment, Food & Drink along the “Retro Row”/4th Street corridor (between Cherry and Junipero)!
The 4th Street Sidewalk Sale is a fundraiser for Artful Thinking Organization, a Long Beach, California based 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides foundations with direct services program funding in tandem with community based events that will educate, enlighten and assist the community in making informed decisions about their health including Breast Cancer. www.artfulthinking.org.
Forty-plus shops will be offering extra special buys for everyone—including furnishings (vintage to contemporary), toys and togs for kids of all ages, vintage threads and accessories, surf gear, gifts and one-of-a-kind tchotskies, original artwork and handcrafted jewelry, books, vinyl and CDs and much, much more!
Make a day of it and grab lunch/dinner at any of the food trucks along the street or established eateries offering fare from organic upscale Vietnamese and authentic Mexican to handcrafted gourmet coffee and sandwiches to boutique wine ‘n’ gourmet snacks. Pick up a copy of our new 4th Street brochure at any shop for an up-to-date list.
About 4th Street:
Dubbed “Retro Row,” 4th Street is where the vibrancy and creative spirit of Long Beach lives! Stretching between Cherry and Junipero, the district is home to an exciting group of 40+ independent merchants. Kitchy and hip and always hospitable, 4th Street features vintage & contemporary clothing, furniture & accessories, art, antiques & collectibles, books, roller skates & skate boards as well as a locally owned restaurants, coffee shops and wine bars. We also boast salon and health & fitness services, too. Adding to the retro vibe of the street is the restored 1920’s Art Theatre, which hosts a mix of first-run and art films, live concerts & comedy and other unique events. 4th Street is one of the few designated bike-friendly business districts in the city and has been featured in the pages of the New York Times as well as New York, Sunset and Los Angeles magazines. www.4thstreetlongbeach.com.
4th Street is accessible by car with ample parking available as well as via the Long Beach Transit’s Passport B shuttle. Get a schedule here: www.lbtransit.com/services/passport.aspx.