Nyjah Huston's Flow Fest - Pac Sun Presents Nyjah Huston's Flow Fest at The Berrics in LA


Come Out and Support 'Let It Flow'!!!!

PacSun is proud to present Nyjah Huston’s Flow Fest at the world-famous, exclusive indoor skate park, The Berrics. Featuring a surprise performance, skateboarding exhibitions by Nyjah Huston and other professional skaters, and street-fair style activities and amusements, Flow Fest will benefit Nyjah Huston’s Let it Flow, a non-profit organization with a mission to bring flowing, safe water and sanitation to people in need. Representing the first public opening of the park usually reserved for professional skaters, tickets for the family-friendly event can be purchased for $50 for general admission and $100 for premium admission at letitflow.org. All proceeds benefit Let it Flow.


WHEN:                 Saturday, May 4

                             3 p.m. – 7 p.m.


WHERE:               The Berrics

                             2535 E 12th St

                             Los Angeles, CA 90021


ABOUT NYJAH:       Nyjah Huston—the biggest phenom in skateboarding and face of skateboarding worldwide, has monopolized the world of action sports at a mere 18 years old. As the record youngest X-Games competitor since age 10, Nyjah is undeniably the biggest street skater today. A branded goldmine and household name to any fan of action sports, sponsors have been chasing him down on a global scale. Winning his first X-Games gold medal in 2011, Huston was crowned as the inaugural Street League Champion the same year, and subsequently the following. Title holder of Best Street and Readers Choice (among others) at the 14th Annual Transworld SKATEboarding Awards as well as the championship at both the Kansas and Ontario Street League series.


Come out and support a great cause! For additional information, please visit: www.letitflow.org

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