October is Filipino American History Month.

On Oct 23rd, at the Greek Theatre, the celebration goes old school with a concert reuniting some names you may remember –

Confirmed Performers:
Gary V, Gab Valenciano, Jocelyn Enriquez, Kai, Drop N Harmony, Devotion, Pinay, AJ Rafael, Tim Atlas, Cookies, The Filharmonic, Tribal Theory, JR Aquino, Brian Puspos, Andrew Garcia, Kayamanan Ng Lahi Philippine Folk Arts, Doce Pares

But no Filipino Jam is complete without the good food to go with it, So we are doing a special edition of DINNER & A MIXTAPE .

“Dinner & A Mixtape” is returning to LA to celebrate Filipino American History Month on Sunday October 23.

Break bread (cornbread bibingka) with family.  Join us for Sunday Supper featuring a one night only #FAHMLA menu by honorees The Park’s Finest BBQ restaurant & DJ Neil Armstrong’s Latest Mixtape as our soundtrack at The Greek Theatre Redwood Hospitality Lounge from 4pm-6pm.

The Greek Theatre – Redwood Hospitality Lounge

2700 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Get your seat at the table quick because this #FAHMLA event is LIMITED!

TO PURCHASE TICKETS GO TO  : http://fahmla.eventbrite.com

Skip will call and all ticket entry lines!
Our VIP “Dinner & A Mixtape” FAHMLA Sunday Supper experience gives you direct access to the indoor/outdoor Redwood Hospitality Lounge to indulge in The Park’s Finest BBQ. Stay to chill with friends & family to enjoy the private cash bar and DJ Neil Armstrong’s mixedtape listening party until the #FAHMLA show opens at 6pm then head straight to your seats in the world famous Greek Theatre.


SUNDAY SUPPER ONE NIGHT ONLY “FAHMLA BBQ DINNER” (Click that link…you’re welcome)

  • 16 Hour Bone-in Ribeye
  • Smoked Salmon
  • Loin Back Pork Ribs
  • Candy Coated Chicken
  • Asparagus and Mushrooms
  • Cauliflower Mash Potatoes w/ Red Wine Mushroom Gravy
  • BBQ Ginataang Laing
  • Cornbread Bibingka
  • Elote

& DJ Neil Armstrong Mixtape on Cassette USB (Still Nonstop, Sidepiece Valentine’s)
& Ticket to the show! Preferred seating in reserved FAHMLA section(s.)

All ticketed guests must be 21 years or older. All ticket purchases are non-refundable. Drinks are available for purchase. Cash bar. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness. Please note that outside food & beverages are not permitted.  

The place to get American cuts of BBQ with a Filipino flavor.
Not quite like Southern BBQ rib shacks nor traditional Filipino fiesta food. This is BBQ born from the backyards of Southern California boogies. 50% Mom. 50% Pop. 100% L.A.

Established in 2009 as a small-scale catering company, the family business has grown each year. With support from family, the block, and community, The Park’s Finest was able to open its doors to the public in January 2012. The Park’s Finest now functions as an eatery near Downtown L.A. that provides fast casual convenience with a sit-down dining experience.

“Dinner & A Mixtape” FAHMLA Sunday Supper hosted by: Paisley M. Benaza, Steering Committee.
Filipino American History Month Los Angeles (FAHMLA) is a community-based coalition of supporters of the Filipino American community committed to sharing and celebrating the diverse history of Filipino Americans in Los Angeles and beyond.

Ticket purchase grants FAHMLA the right to reproduce your likeness and voice in print, digital or video format. Ticket purchasers will be informed of any changes in writing. FAHMLA is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen property. 

#FAHMLA Celebration Show 6pm-10pm. Additional Show Tickets available at the Greek Theatre Box office or Ticketmaster 20% discount offer code: 1FAHMLA

>>>☆★☆WHAT IS FAHM?☆★☆<<< Filipino American History Month Los Angeles acknowledges and celebrates the beautiful and resilient history of Filipino Americans throughout October. In 2009, Congressman Honda and Senator Hirono introduced a resolution that permanently recognizes Filipino American History Month, Filipino American History Month (FAHM) as the official celebratory month to commemorate the landing of the first Filipinos in the United States. [/av_textblock]