“Food for Live Grooves” Food Drive at The Hideout – December 19-21

Join us for “Food for Live Grooves”, a Food Drive at The Hideout in Normal Heights that will benefit Mama’s Kitchen, a non-profit charitable organization that delivers food and support to San Diegans affected by AIDS or cancer.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, December 19-21 between 5pm and 9pm, The Hideout is offering $1-off drink tickets to anyone who brings in a nonperishable food item. Only one coupon can be used per drink, but there’s no limit to how many food items you can exchange for drink coupons. Just make sure you trade in your food items between 5pm and 9pm, and then your drink tickets are good all night. That’s a pretty naughty incentive to be nice.

Friday night will feature the spinnings of Hip Hop Roots San Diego, Saturday has The Heavy Guilt frontman Erik Canzona and his band The Narrows performing, and Sunday features readings by NOW That’s What I Call Poetry at 5pm and Pants Karoake with free Luigi’s pizza at 9pm.

Get more info here.

Food items that are most needed include:

• box of cereal
• small package of pancake mix
• instant oatmeal packets
• 24 oz bottle cooking oil
• 16 oz jar of peanut butter
• 16 oz jar of jelly
• spaghetti sauce
• boxes of pasta
• packets of pasta dinners
• canned diced tomato
• canned goods – fruits, soups, vegetables, chili, pasta & beans
• canned tuna fish/salmon