Can't make it to Burning Man? Missed Coachella? Check out the Music Edition of popular quarterly FREE fun art-filled event along the 1-mile stretch of Venice Blvd between Inglewood Bl - Beethoven St. Live indie bands, jazz, acoustic, punk, Latin, bluegrass and more! Live street painting. Video, movies and art installations. Food (vegan options). Hip restaurants and more...
Have you ever wondered the story behind “Live like You were Dying” for Tim McGraw? Did you know that the songwriter of “Friends in Low Places” actually traded his ownership of that song to pay off a hefty beer tab at a local bar in Nashville before it became a worldwide hit for Garth Brooks?
Introducing, “Nashville Unplugged: The Story behind the Song”, a songwriter in the round show that brings the most successful hit songwriters from Nashville right to you. The intimacy of this all acoustic, impromptu show makes for a highly interactive connection between the songwriters and the audience. No show is ever the same because there is no script or band; just some truth-telling troubadours with guitars in their hands, telling the stories behind some of the world’s greatest songs that they happen to have written.
Los Angeles, 90017
After a long hiatus, the Squirrel Nut Zippers are pleased to announce their first set of tour dates since 2009 with seven shows being announced this morning. Several festival performances and a longer run in the fall are in the works and will be announced shortly.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Squirrel Nut Zippers most celebrated and commercially successful album Hot. Originally released in the summer of 1996, Hot was the follow up to the band’s critically acclaimed debut The Inevitable. By this time the group had already established a substantial live following across the country thanks to early support from NPR, college radio and non-commercial stations. Hot wound up selling over 1.3 million copies...
Hollywood, CA 90068
Following the record-breaking success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, incomparable composer John Williams returns to the Hollywood Bowl to conduct music from the new score, along with other favorite themes from a galaxy far, far away. Bowl movie night maestro David Newman conducts a thrilling first half of film score classics, including a selection of clips shown on the big screen.
285 W Huntington Drive, Arcadia, CA 91007
626 Night Market is one of the more interesting recurring food events in a town absolutely swarming with them. It's a pop-up done in the style of permanent Taiwan and Singapore night markets, the whole point of which are to provide a place to eat at night. It's a perfect match for L.A., especially given how hot the days are lately. There's a $3 admission fee in addition to the food cost; definitely worth it for the experience. Choose from many offerings on sticks (such as "potato swirls" and grilled squid) and in bowls (shave ice with grass jelly, yakisoba). 4pm-1am.