Local art scene alive with C.A.M.M at the LAB
CAMM is a weekly event that pays homage to local artists, musicians and the many talents of southern California. After falling under the raider for a bit CAMM is now back in action and more passionate than ever. They teamed up with partners the SUN group for a “First Friday of the month outdoor concert series.” They have partnered with “forward thinking” brands AMBIGIOUS, Pabst Blue Ribbon, The Sheckler Foundation, and the Newport Beach Film Festival to make this one of the best nights in town. The next locations have yet to be announced but we assure that you will be impressed nonetheless.
Last night at The Lab in Costa Mesa CAMM kicked off #1 of the concert series with local bands Mini Mansions, Hands, and Voxhaul Broadcast. They had art on display by feautred artists Teddy Kelly (Ambiguous Clothing Artist) and Pinky Taylor (Lost Team Rider).
The event drew 500 people and raised $1,000 for the Sheckler Foundation.
The atmosphere from the lab, the vibe from the crowd, and few free Pabst reminded us all the CAMM sure does know how to throw an event.