Sixth St. and Spring St., Los Angeles, CA
(OCT. 8) This self-guided tour, which started in 2004 and has flourished as much of Downtown has cleaned up, encompasses more than 40 galleries and museums spread throughout the area's many sub-districts, including Bunker Hill, Little Tokyo and Gallery Row on Main and Spring Streets in the Historic Core. About 10,000 visitors regularly take the tour.
718 E. Jackson St., Los Angeles, 90012
7:00pm to 12:00am
CreepLA is a fully immersive and interactive haunt experience set in an abandoned warehouse in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. Produced by a group of theatrical artists, CreepLA sets itself apart by providing a scare unlike any other that leaves its guests fearful long after their visit ends.
“I’m not afraid of werewolves or vampires or haunted hotels, I’m afraid of what real human beings do to other real human beings.”
-Walter Jon Williams
*This event is for ages 18+ only*
135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012
With the right shoes, your whole life could change! St. Petersburg’s world–renowned Mariinsky Ballet (formerly the Kirov Ballet) opens our season with Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella. Set to Prokofiev’s haunting score and performed by Mariinsky’s own orchestra, Ratmansky reinvigorates the classic story-ballet with vibrant choreography, feisty humor, and a glamorous 1930’s twist!
800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, 90015
With a vintage flair and voice for the ages, Andra Day has perfected her "retro-pop-soul" sound and is ready to share it with the world. In stores now, her debut album Cheers To The Fall is "a biography in the form of soul music," a candid 13-song tale about "truth, fearlessness, vulnerability, forgiveness and love." Her alluring, powerful alto has inspired comparisons to Amy Winehouse and Adele. The GRAMMY Museum welcomes Day to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate discussion surrounding her new album, moderated by GRAMMY Foundation Vice President Scott Goldman, followed by a performance by Day.