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Sunday, September 21

Ramon Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte

Fairplex

1101 W. McKinley Drive, Pomona, 91768

7:30pm

Ramon Ayala has defined norteño music with signature songs and definitive instrumental styling that have made him a superstar on both sides of the El Rio Grande. Ramon has won and has been nominated for several Grammy awards. In 2001 Ramon was awarded an American Grammy award for the album En Vivo… El Hombre y su Música.  Ramon has also been awarded two Latin Grammys’ for the albums Quemame Los Ojos and El Numero Cien.

 

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Monday, September 22

ODESZA Live Performance & Signing -- Free and All Ages

Amoeba Hollywood

6400 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028

6:00pm

ODESZA celebrates their new album, In Return (Counter Records/Ninja Tune), with a live performance and signing at Amoeba Hollywood. Over the past 18 months, Seattle producer duo ODESZA (Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight) have rapidly ascended to the top of their class. Accruing listens online, selling out shows and packing out festival crowds.

In Return comes out Sept. 8th and if you'd like to get your copy signed at the in-store performance, make sure to bring in your receipt if purchasing prior to in-store date.

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get “tangled” up in the fun at el capitan

El Capitan Theatre

6838 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

7:00pm

Disney’s take on Rapunzel, complete with the robber/hero Flynn Rider, a super cop of a horse, an overprotective chameleon and a silly gang at the pub is back on the big screen for a limited time only.

You’ll also see Rapunzel live on stage, as well as meeting Sophia the First and catch a special first look at “Sophia the First and the Curse of Princess Ivy

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Drake vs Lil Wayne

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:00pm

There’s no bitter rivalry or beef between Drake, one of the hottest rappers du jour, and Lil Wayne, the elder statesman and mogul who signed him to his Young Money label five years ago, but don’t get it twisted: This show is actually a battle of sorts. With no headliner on the bill, the two rappers have been interspersing alternating solo sections with good-natured verbal sparring at the shows. The tour has a companion app that fans can download to score each battle and a winner will be crowned at the end of the show. Boston went to Weezy and Drake took NYC. 

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