It’s been 10 long and exciting years! Can you believe it?
Neither can we.
Once again our good friend Darren Conkerite has opened his doors and walls to Saturation Fest’s annual group art show. Every year we take over Back to the Grind to feature artists from all over the Inland Empire and beyond.
This year we’re featuring art by:
With musical performances by:
All Ages / Free
Deep in his secrete hide out, one of our board members Jon “Roach” Brosius is getting staff shirts ready for Saturation Fest.
Show up, pick a shirt, size, and color and watch it be printed live on the spot for $15 (only $10 if you bring your own shirt).
This years t-shirt design was done by local artist Daino, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to help keep Saturation Fest alive and kickin’ for the years ahead.
Follow the event page on Facebook for more info:
Thanks to everyone who came out to join us for “i ❤ saturationfest” benefit and art show at Crescent Jewell on May 21st. It was a long night of blaring music and coloring like a 5 year old.
Follow the links below to find more info on the two nights Crescent Jewell will be hosting during Saturation:
It is time, my friends, to dance, and sing, and get inspired. Here it is: the Saturation Master Schedule.
Another year, another fun-filled month of events surrounding Saturation Fest! Starting with TONIGHT! So, if you don’t already have plans to make it to Riverside Arts Walk, now is the time to ditch those other plans and scurry downtown for some good stuff going on tonight.
Walk around downtown and check out some of the art galleries that will be featured in later events, stop by the Life Arts Center from 6-9 and pick up a cupcake sold by sweetbean to benefit Saturation Fest!
Join us after for the mini pre-show and NoNoNo Arts Walk after party at Crescent Jewell! Come enjoy the fabulous drink specials and outdoor painting hosted by the one and only Jon Roach! Come listen to live music by VCR Monster and dirtRAID, appreciate some good art by Cat Cult, Rick Rodriguez, Dan Nguyen, and Amanda Millar.
Stay tuned for pictures and videos soon to come, and keep updated on facebook:
One of the best and most visible DIY uprisings in the last few years has been the explosion of cycling in Riverside. The Cycledelics bike crew helped to kick off the frenzy with costumed parades and epic beach rides, and more recently, The Bicycle Lounge has organized as a super-committed education and advocacy space and repair-collective (Inspired by both The Bicycle Kitchen and The Bike Oven in Los Angeles).
The groups have joined forces for Saturation at Back To The Grind starting at 11AM on Saturday, October 18. From 11 to 12, they will be hosting a Mobile Repair Unit and teaching you how to fix and maintain your bike. At 12, they ride out for a mostly-downtown tour of taco shops on what we call the Taco Sombrero Ride — all are welcome to join, but be aware that you ride at your own risk (and that you should bring your own sombrero and wear fancy duds). After tacos, we will hold a “slow race” and a pinata smacking in the parking lot behind The Grind.
At the event, they will have t-shirts available for purchase, spoke cards, lots of information about the organization and how to get involved, and a bicycle show — where you can check out the various bikes that they ride and learn why they love them so much.
Check out more information about The Bicycle Lounge and a new Cycledelics Video after the jump…