New Jersey’s Buddy Valastro, whom you may know as TheÂ Cake Boss,Â just became aÂ New York Times best selling author.Â He’ll also be appearing live at The Orpheum next Wednesday, November 17th,Â on the Los Angeles stop of his “Bakin’ With The Boss” tour. It’s going to be a family-friendly evening of stories and cake demonstrations inside one of the most beautiful venues LA has to offer.
So how, exactly, do you get to spend an evening with the Boss of The Learning Channel?Â You can see about ticketsÂ here – and/or enter my giveaway for two ticketsÂ (value ~$100). Make sure you do BOTH things below to enter. If I pick your name and you haven’t done both to qualify your entry, I’ll haveÂ pick another one:
Leave a comment below (make sure you use an email that you check regularly so I can easilyÂ contact you) with your favorite cake flavor in the whole wide world andÂ your Twitter account or Facebook URL (see #2).
Either Tweet the below:
I just entered to win 2 tickets to The Cake Boss @LAOrpheum on 11/17 by @estarLA http://estar.la/e/93
It’s another culinary bazaar (we here in Los Angeles know how often these come around) but this time, it’s our city-wide flagship publication pulling out all the stops. It looks like the L.A. Times will live up to their name, too, because there are names to be had at this event held at on New York Street (yeah, pretty funny) in the backlot of Paramount Pictures.
Feelin’ a little indie with your wine? There will also be music, as She & Him are scheduled to headline the event with a full set. Angela McClusky will support.
Demonstrations will be taking place for your pleasure and education, as will panels by the following:
If you buy in advance, you’ll save $10. The best part is that general admission attendees also get to enjoy a good number of pours (8 to be exact) with their food. But if VIP is more your speed, you’ll get unlimited pours and in addition, you’ll get to taste bites from these participants. Benefiting from ticket sales are Share Our Strength and the Los Angeles Times Family Fund, so you can feel good that you’ve spent your day also supporting worthy causes.
Seems like a it’ll be a great debut. I’ll see you there.
Sunday, September 5, 2010
12 – 8 PM
$125 VIP Admission ($135 door) $55 General Admission ($65 door) $40 Concert Only, advance and door