Agoura Munch Madness is back and, once again, promises the ultimate in four-wheeling gourmet fare plus concerts, contests and more. The event will take over Agoura High’s campus from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
And best of all, it’s for a good cause–Agoura High’s International Baccalaureate program, which incorporates cultural understanding to promote critical thinking.
Budget cuts to schools and the desire for such programs is what led parents, faculty and students to come up with the fundraiser.
“The IB program is about engaging students with a worldly perspective to help instill a lifelong passion for learning,” said Larry Misel, rincipal of Agoura High School, in a statement. “Proceeds from this event will help ensure that the program will remain a viable option for years to come.”
Those attending will have a chance to support the IB program as they taste eclectic fare from an array of L.A.’s most popular gourmet vendors such as India Jones, Sky Gourmet Tacos and Me So Hungry, all while enjoying live entertainment.
Several jazz groups and rock bands will grace the stage throughout the day.
Topping off the flavors and sounds is an appearance by actor Kenton Duty of the Disney Channel’s hit show Shake it Up, who will be on hand to greet fans and sign autographs from 4:30-6 p.m.
In addition to other planned festivities, such as face painting, a Munch & Crunch Contest and a chance to win prizes, an E-Vehicle test drive car will also be available to entertain and educate the crowd.
Tickets are $5 online before the event and $7 at the gate; children 4 and under are free. All proceeds will go toward the benefiting the highly acclaimed IB program.
For a complete list of food trucks and entertainment plus more information, click here.