Residents of Orange County were able to enjoy the arts, live music, food vendors and entertainers on the streets of Anaheim during the Art Crawl Experience.
ACE was created to bring the community together and showcase local arts and crafts. This event stretched from Anaheim Boulevard to Harbor Boulevard, at Center Street Promenade in Downtown Anaheim on Feb. 8.
A few of the shops along the streets of the event offered discounts on food, beer and wine for people to enjoy while viewing the art and free shuttles were provided by the Anaheim Resort Transit.
The Gypsy Den, a local favorite provided space for artist to showcase their work and offered discounted craft cocktails for customers.
Gourmet food truck vendors such as The Grilled Cheese Truck was crowded with hungry audiences for classic meals. Food vendors commuted from different areas to support the event and the community.
The Art Crawl was a part of Ink and Beans’ grand opening, a coffee shop with an antique vibe. The shop hopes to be a place that serves as a comfortable and inspirational place for writers.
The highlight entertainment of the night was provided by the Spyglass Fire Dance Team. This dance team originates from Anaheim and seemed to wow the audience with music, dancing and fire. They also provided spectators the opportunity to learn some of their moves.
ACE takes place quarterly on the second Saturday of the month and will be held in May, Aug. and Nov.
For more information on The Art Crawl Experience, visit www.downtownanaheim.com/artcrawlexperience.