10th Annual “White Light White Night” Presented by “Walk With Sally” Returns

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby



Restaurants, Wineries, Breweries and live entertainment, will once again converge in the South Bay during the annual White Light White Night

WHAT: The tenth annual White Light White Night, presented by Walk With Sally, is set to feature a night of of delectable food tastings, beer, wine and cocktails, and special live entertainment.

White Light White Night is dedicated to raising funds and friends through a majestic experience of light, love and laughter. The event will be held on July 23rd, 2016 at The Rooftop of The Plaza at Continental Park located at 870 South Nash Street El Segundo, California beginning at 5:00pm and ending at 11:00pm. The night benefits Los Angeles non-profit Walk With Sally, an organization dedicated to providing free mentoring support programs to children of parents or siblings with cancer – one child at a time, one heart at a time.

Guests are encouraged to wear white and hospitality and seating will be provided. In addition to the live music, red carpet, and VIP experience, guests will enjoy gourmet bites from over 20 restaurants during the Taste of Los Angeles. The festivities will also include specialty cocktails and a local craft beer garden and boutique wine garden.

In the next several weeks, the event will be announcing confirmed programming and participants for 2016. Please continue to check www.whitelightwhitenight.org for updates!

WHEN: Saturday, July 23, 2015

WHERE: Headquartered in the heart of El Segundo, CA the event will take place at The Top of the Plaza at Continental Park, located at 870 South Nash Street in El Segundo, CA 90245

About Walk With Sally
Walk With Sally is a non-profit based in Los Angeles, CA and is committed to providing healing and comfort to children debilitated by the emotional experience of living with or losing a parent or sibling to cancer. This healing is facilitated through free of charge mentoring support programs and services that provide an emotionally safe environment for children to share their difficult experience with someone who has suffered the same.