Children’s World

Children’s World and KJLH Stage Return to 18th Annual Taste of Soul! 

On Saturday, October 21st, the annual Taste of Soul Festival will take over Crenshaw Boulevard yet again with a day full of fun, food, family, music, and much more. The free festival will take place from 10:00am – 7:00pm, from Crenshaw from Obama Boulevard to Stocker Street, with an anticipated attendance in the hundreds of thousands. Attendees will be able to indulge themselves with various food vendors, live music, black owned businesses and products, health testing and resources – just to name a few.  Sponsored by First 5 California and Lucas Museum, Children’s World will make its return to this year’s TOS and will feature a lineup of extremely talented youth and young adults.  

Children’s World Brings Talented Youth to Taste of Soul 

Children’s World returns to Taste of Soul, October 15, featuring a dynamic array of youth performances. The stage will be produced by The School Tour creator, Randy Hankins, who has been presenting entertainment acts at the festival for 14 years. Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, the stage’s sponsor, will spotlight their upcoming family-friendly programs at the festival as well. 

Taste of Soul Remembers Kids with This Year’s Children’s World

Since its inception, Children’s World has been a part of the Taste of Soul, now thirteen years strong as the Los Angeles’ largest family oriented street festival. Of course there can be no family event without something for the children and TOS officials aim to make this part better every year. This year, participants included Disney’s new “Nutcracker” movie reps, with a photo booth for the kids, and Vision to Learn, offering free eye exams.

Children’s World Returns to Taste of Soul  

Taste of Soul (TOS) prides itself in being a fun-filled family event by creating a space for all ages. With the help of TOS sponsors Metro and Plenary Infrastructure Airports, Bakewell Media has been able to continue providing a space for kids to let loose and have fun at the Taste of Soul Children’s World Stage hosted by the Challengers Boys and Girls Club Saturday, October 21.