Events: Electronic Sriracha Festival (San Jose)

Events: Electronic Sriracha Festival (San Jose)

Kostya V.

August 24th, 2014



It seems music has evolved along with technology. Back then, music was created by hands and instruments alone. Today, the music industry boasts multiple applications and instruments that are compatible with personal computers, enhancing music as it goes.

On the other hand, there are also music which are created exclusively through the computer. DJs have been at it for a very long time, but, it has only been recently that such genre of music became famous.

That is why it seems right for San Jose to have an Electronic Sriracha Festival as parties tend to usually have dance, and the current generation dictates their music to be upbeat and, annoyingly, loud.

In addition, it has been reported that the Electronic Sriracha Festival in San Jose is going to be extended to an eventful second day.

The festival is set to start on the 30th of August where anyone who attends will be able to avail 120 of the locale’s signature dishes. What’s more, it will only cost you $6, or maybe even less. In addition, four bars will be open for the night and 24 different DJs who will be performing on different stages, maybe at the same time. That is why you should expect this festival to be loud with music and full of partying, and also dancing.

The dancing party will be held at St. James Park, and again, on August 30, just to remind you. There will be a change of DJ every hour in every stage. So, in addition to the dancing and the partying, expect a variety of music to be played on that day.

On the second day of the Electronic Sriracha Festival in San Jose, a documentary film entitled Sriracha shall be shown at the Camera 12 Cinemas. Randy Clemens will also be there to sign your Sriracha Cookbooks if you have one, or several, which will be followed by a question and answer portion.

If you do not know, the Sriracha Cookbook features the sauce specialized by the locality along with 50 different recipes in which you can incorporate the sauce into. Moreover, it also has a companion, The Veggie Lovers Sriracha Cookbook, where the recipes can also be incorporated with the same sauce.

Critics praised both books and sited Sriracha Ceviche, Burning Thai Bruschetta, and above else, The Ultimate Sriracha Burger Recipe to be the standouts in the cookbook. All three are definite must tries.

A rich culture being shared with more modern trends. That is what a festival should be. It should always be a healthy dose between what a culture can boast while at the same time, giving the younger generation the fun that they deserve. In spite being a festival revolving around the the culture that establish the locality on the map, it does never means that anyone are restricted from having fun. Though loud and to others annoying, it is a good way to celebrate a festival – pure, festive fun, of course, that does not mean you have to disturb the locales.

Electronic Sriracha Festival