A look at Los Angeles' first Filipino-themed foodie festival EAT. PLAY. MOVE.

- Hungry? Los Angeles' first Filipino-themed foodie festival is this weekend in Eagle Rock and we got a yummy preview on Good Day LA!

EAT. PLAY. MOVE. aims to bring the community together and introduce Angelenos to Filipino culture through food. 

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Rayson Esquejo and Lauren Delgado, founders of the Filipino American Heritage Movement of Los Angeles, joined us to talk about the event -- along with vendors Ninong's Pastries and Cafe, Donut Princess, Inc., Johnny Pacific LA and B Sweet Dessert Bar.

Musical performances at the event include Jeremy Passion, Meg DeLacy, and EVMB.

The festival is free to the public and runs Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Eagle Rock Plaza (2700 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles). Click here for more event information.

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