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Sunday, July 31

Ford Theatres Summer Season: Element Band Live

Ford Theatres

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East, Hollywood, CA 90068


Element Band brings their upbeat energy to the Ford with a performance of acoustic Armenian music featuring compositions from their new album, due to release at this concert. Founded in 2005 by music director Ara Dabandjian, Element Band is comprised of multi-instrumentalists who play a variety of traditional and non-traditional instruments, including the oud, guitar, accordion, cello and horns.

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Monday, August 1


Fonda Theatre

6126 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA


Tomonori Jinnai’s World Tour NETAJIN in Los Angeles - The Funny Guy From Japan

The funny Japanese guy will be here in Los Angeles for the first time.

The show case to be sold out in Seoul and Las Vegas has finally come to Los Angeles!!

Tomonori Jinanai is a Japanese comedian, as well as a famous actor and MC. Tomonori has received many comedy awards.

He performs using a groundbreaking and innovative video footage and brings his unique perspective from daily activities.

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Tuesday, August 2

The Mystery Lights

Amoeba Hollywood

6400 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028


The Mystery Lights celebrates their new self-titled album with a live set and signing at Amoeba Hollywood! They are the inaugural release from Wick Records - the new rock imprint from our friends at Daptone.The Mystery Lights under assorted monikers since their teens. In a heroic jump from the small town of Salinas, California to NYC, the band solidified its lineup to also include Alex Amini, Kevin Harris, and Noah Kohll. The explosive live shows gradually became the stuff of legend as the quintet won their following one fan at a time in dives from Brooklyn to the Bowery. Organically unfolding over the nights and months and years, the Lights sound evolved into a fuzzed-out hopped-up 21st Century revisionist take on 60s garage pebbles and 70s punk and proto-punk that is very much their own. 2016 finds these rocknroll knights embarking upon the next logical step - unleashing their own brand of kick out the jams on tour and in the studio. When Daptone Records launched their Wick Records rock imprint, they wasted no time approaching Mystery Lights as their inaugural act. Hot on the heals of the "Too Many Girls"/"Too Tough To Bear" single, Wick officially rolls out the Mystery Lights debut LP June 24.

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