Sofitel L.A. Beverly Hills Amps New Summer F&B With Live Music
Sophisticated food and drink find voice in live music festival.
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills will host its annual Fete de la Musique, an annual festival that celebrates music and performers in free concerts that are open to the public with no covers or charges. Since 1982, when the celebration was first set forth by the Minister of Culture in France, the celebration has spread worldwide, encouraging all countries to celebrate music and its cultural importance.
The guests will get to experience the newly remodeled bar that accentuates the sensuality of the French Riviera with a modern twist of California design. The Riviera 31’s redesign showcases entertainment as its main priority with dimmed lighting, velvet booths, and accents of gold furniture. The bar and lounge also offers guests a fresh take on flowers with the night version of the beautiful Garden Patio.
Guests will commemorate the longest day of the year with all of their senses while enjoying hours of lively inspired musical performances that showcase the brand's new weekly bar entertainment program, with live bands and stage acts. The entirely new summer food and cocktail menus aim to pair the celebration of the musical arts and "the most passionate season of the year," the hotel's announcement states.
All guests are asked to wear all white to symbolize the first day of summer. VIP guests will enjoy a premium mixology and small plates experience inspired by the hotel's new Summer Menus. Handcrafted and designed by expert mixologist Frederic Zemmour, the Cocktail Collection encompasses the sounds and colors of summer. General admission guests will savor signature cocktails.