Live Review: Wisteria Lane Block Party Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Fans of the hit TV show, “Desperate Housewives,” gathered on Wisteria Lane, located on the back lot of Universal Studios, for a block party benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation this past Saturday. Attendees enjoyed old fashioned barbecue from StoneFire Grill, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, cocktails, Hawaiian shaved ice and more. Party-goers also shopped the silent auction and rubbed elbows with celebrities including Teri Hatcher, Bob Guiney, James Denton, Jesse Spencer, Jorge Garcia, Adrian Pasdar, Gary Cole, Scott Grimes, among others. Attendees also watched the star-studded Band From TV and American Bloomers perform.

Wisteria Lane Block Party

Band from TV

Teri Hatcher

Vanessa Williams
Felicity Huffman and Vanessa Williams

As soon as Band from TV began their set, attendees made their way to the front and got their video cameras and cell phones out to record the star-studded ensemble. It’s not too often, that you see a band comprised of actors from today’s hit shows including, “LOST,” “Heroes,” “ER,” Desperate Housewives,” “HOUSE,” among others.

Band from TV performed a string of cover songs consisting of classic rock favorites and even country tunes. Notable songs performed included, “Pink Cadillac” and “Before He Cheats.”

Adrian Pasdar

Pasdar was on the mic singing a great rendition of Mike Denver’s “The Day of My Return.”

James Denton and Adrian Pasdar

Jorge Garcia, who plays Hurley on the TV show, “LOST,” performed the Blues Brothers’ hit, “She Caught the Katy.”

Jorge Garcia (Hurley from LOST)

Teri Hatcher joined the band and performed a few cover songs, which included Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats,” and Mary Chapin Carpenter’s “I Feel Lucky.”

Teri Hatcher

Hatcher and Pasdar

Jesse Spencer from HOUSE

Our favorite songs of the evening were performed by Scott Grimes who rocked on both “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “Walking in Memphis.”

Scott Grimes
Aside from the live entertainment, fans were able to enter the homes on Wisteria Lane. 
Inside Gabrielle Solis’ home on Wisteria Lane
Overall, the fun-filled event gave fans a sneak peek behind the scenes of “Desperate Housewives.” Live entertainment coupled with Stonefire Grill barbecue, unlimited ice cream and cocktails, beer and wine made for a great event, all for a good cause. 

All photos by Markus Alexander

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2 thoughts

  1. Love this show, what a fun time to be at the block party. Also love
    Hugo, hehe
    thanks for sharing the pics.

    a gaasch
    LA

  2. This looks like such a fun time! What better way to support a foundation then a good, old-fashioned, Spring block party? The weather was perfect for it, too!

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