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Thursday, July 31

Endless Nights Event Series

Endless Nights (EN), a brand new concert series produced by Endless Road Entertainment to highlight artists on the cutting edge of fashion, music, art and technology, will host its debut event at the famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Thursday, July 31st.

Top Rock, the edgy brainchild of Live it Up Productions, featuring exceptionally talented vocalists who’ve revamped the way we look at cover bands and performances, will take concert-goers on an epic journey of all-things-rock as the official headlining act for EN. The cast will bring down the house, in a not-to-miss performance before their debut at the Hard Rock Hotel, Palm Springs on August 1st. With the best selections of powerful rock ballads and exciting dance-rock numbers, including “Alone,” “Open Arms,” “Firework,” “Home Sweet Home,” and more, EN attendees will be in for a night to remember.

Attendees will also be awed by Sabrina Antoinette, Universal storyteller and edgy female Artist on the Chris Brown Entertainment roster; Belmont Lights, Alternate/Pop/Rock band and 2013 National Raw Artist Musician of the year; Emii, the pop diva on a meteoric rise to the top with the release of her latest single, “Fiesta,” and 97.1 AMP Radio DJs who will keep the event rocking in between sets.

Len Steckler’s Fashion and Beauty Art Retrospective showcase, Babalu Fashion, Monster Energy Drink, Ecobrow and Planet Salon will also entertain, inspire, hydrate and beautify guests!

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Friday, August 1

Saturday, August 2

Mexican Bread - A Family Biography

Central Library, Los Angeles Public Library

630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles, 90071


Mexican Bread" is Maricela Avelar Scott's story or her family experiences and the journey her family had with Mexican bread. She describes her family's history, achievements, happiness, humor and sadness. It also includes her personal connections with her grandmother's and mother's cooking, and the original recipes that my grandmother and my mother used daily to cook for our large Mexican family. Copies of Ms Scott's book will be available for purchase.

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Showtime - Changing Lives and Saving Families

David Henry Hwang Theatre

120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles, 90012

6:00pm to 9:00pm

The Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc. (AADAP) will be celebrating 42 years of serving the community at the 21st Annual Benefit Concert- Showtime 2014. Our event will be held on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles and promises to be an exciting event, providing over 300 attendees with exclusive live performance, stories of success, and a silent auction and opportunity drawing. Showtime is an annual event that seeks to raise funds for program services as well as to recognize key contributors to AADAP in the field of prevention and treatment. It’s also a time for supporters to gather with Board and Staff to celebrate the accomplishments of the year and see the real-life impact that their contributions are having on clients and program participants.

With the support of generous sponsors AADAP has been giving men, women and children access to affordable and quality services for over 42 years. With a staff of 120 and an annual budget of approximately $10 million, AADAP manages 13 distinct programs at 10 sites and four client residents. Significant among its accomplishments, AADAP:
• Has treated more than 50,000 youths and adults;
• Has served 300,000-400,000 people from diverse communities countywide;
• Established a strong reputation and long-standing relationships in South Los Angeles

Showtime has historically featured many up-and-coming acts from the Asian Pacific Islander community, giving a stage for young artists to gain wider recognition. Our past shows have included Quest Crew, Ken Jeong, Margaret Cho, Hiroshima, Daniel Ho, and many more talented and exciting performers. This year will feature rising stars JAZMIN Sisters bringing music that fuses traditional R&B and Hip-Hop. The event will also feature singer/songwriter/actress Meg Delacy, star of AwesomenessTV’s new show “Side Effects”, and stand up comedians Kermet Apio and Cary Tobaben.

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Muse 'til Midnight feat. Tycho and The Silver Lake Chorus

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 92656

8:00pm to 12:00am

Join hundreds of art lovers this summer for the ultimate late-night party at LACMA. The evening begins at Chris Burden’s Urban Light, where design collective ISO50 brings the dance party with a DJ set by Tycho plus guest opener Willits DJ set until 10 pm. Then surround yourself with the gorgeous sounds of The Silver Lake Chorus, an indie-rock choir performing live inside Van Gogh to Kandinsky, John Altoon, and Marsden Hartley (not yet open to the public)! Cash bar and small bites available all night.

About the Artists

Tycho (San Francisco–based artist and designer Scott Hansen) has been creating dreamy techno music for over a decade—and he’s taking a night off from his international AWAKE Tour to spin at LACMA with some of his closest collaborators.

Willits (San Francisco–based multimedia artist Christopher Willits) is an electronic music and guitar pioneer, composer, producer, photographer, filmmaker, and system designer whose lush soundscapes have previously filled the halls of the California Academy of Sciences, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and much more.

The Silver Lake Chorus, appearing at LACMA for the first time, has been blending community choral singing and indie rock and roll since 2010. They’ve spent the past year recording new tracks written exclusively for the Chorus by the likes of Tegan and Sara, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, the Flaming Lips, and more.

Note: This event is designed for guests 18 years of age and older.

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Sunday, August 3

Jazz on the Lawn 2014

5:00pm to 7:00pm

Free admission, bike valet, parking, and live music...all you need is a picnic blanket!

Santa Monica Cultural Affairs is proud to present their 9th annual free jazz concert series featuring artists Critical Brass, Adaawe, Tom Nolan Band, Cats with Class and Orquesta Charangoa each Sunday in August at Stewart Street Park. Rotating food and dessert vendors include Dogtown Dogs, Sweet Lucie’s Organic Ice Cream, The Lobos Truck, A ROCKin Hawaiian Shave Ice, Yalla Truck and Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream. Come out and boogie!

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Tuesday, August 5

Bilingual Baby Rock

Zimmer Children's Museum

6505 Wilshire Blvd., #100 Los Angeles, CA 90048, Los Angeles, CA 90048

1:15pm to 2:00pm

Tuesdays at 1:15 p.m. at the Zimmer Children's Museum
Ages crawlers – 24 months, $10 drop-in in addition to paid museum admission.
Are you ready to rock?! Join the Zimmer's very own resident rockstar Luis for a rockin' great time! Your little ones will bounce to rock anthems, strengthen vocals on the mic, style up with some shades and more! A great mix of art, music & movement with a bilingual rockstar edge!

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In Between Songs Film Screening

Downtown Independent Theater

251 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

7:00pm to 9:00pm

"In Between Songs" documents Djalu Gurruwiwi, Australian Aboriginal elder, leader of the Galpu clan, and world-renowned didjeridu master, as he fights for the future of his family and his community. Alcoholism and drug abuse run rampant, while a ravenous bauxite mining company continues to swallow up sacred land and precious resources. Armed with his yirdaki (didjeridu), and a mixture of Aboriginal spirituality and adopted Christianity, Djalu struggles to maintain his culture and traditions within the tiny mining community of Nhulunbuy in the Northern Territory.

Emmy award winner and Oscar nominated actor/activist James Cromwell narrates this stirring feature documentary.

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