1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049
2:00pm to 4:00pm
This Valentine's Day, join Watson Adventures and go on a humorous, mind-tingling search for nudity at the amazing Getty Center. You don’t need to know anything about art or the museum—or nudity—to solve our tricky questions. Highlights include a sultry dog whisperer, slapstick with a lemon, an ancient game of Wife Swap, Toulouse-Lautrec’s “moodel,” Mischief’s bear hide, a Cupid who pulls a Mike Tyson move, a god who enjoys children (preferably with a bit of mustard) and more. After the hunt, linger in the mountaintop gardens for a great view of the sunset. Advance purchase is required via our website. Questions? Call 877-9GO-HUNT.
1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach, CA 90802
5:30pm to 11:00pm
Make this Valentine's Day historic with a Hot Jazz Burlesque Supper Club aboard The Queen Mary. Enjoy a Gourmet 4-course dinner, Sultry Dancers and Live Vocals featuring Broadway and television star Jenna Leigh Green in the glamorous Grand Salon. Vintage Valentine - Romance That Lasts. 5:30pm - First Seating/ $99 per person, 8:30pm - Second seating/$129 per person. Tickets sold in pairs (Dinner for two). 21+ only. Seating is first come first served.
1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
The Wild Reeds can be defined by one word: Harmony. However, the music is nearly indefinable. The sound from this LA based band fronted by Kinsey Lee, Mackenzie Howe and Sharon Silva dips in and out of multiple genres - some etherial folk, a hint of country twang and some rock and roll rhythm (from Nick Jones and Nick Phakpiseth), but it all comes back to the root of this band's power: the fact that Lee, Howe and Silva harmonize like triplets separated at birth.
In the past year, the Los Angeles based band supported such acts as Noah Gundersen, Langhorne Slim, Della Mae, Spirit Family Reunion and Israel Nash and they've made appearances at Way Over Yonder Festival, The Bluegrass Situation Festival at the Greek in LA, Outside Lands, Echo Park Rising, Claremont Folk Festival, and Lightning in a Bottle.
The Wild Reeds released their formal debut album "Blind and Brave," in August 2014 at The Troubadour in West Hollywood. The album, produced by Raymond Richards at Red Rockets Glare Studios (Local Natives, Parson Redheads, Honey Honey, Dustbowl Revival), expounds on loss, love, growing up, and the experience of artists and workers alike pursuing their dreams.
The start of 2016 finds The Wild Reeds crafting new material for their second release in Los Angeles, resting after full US tours in the fall with stops at the AMA Festival in Nashville in September, The Bluegrass Situation Festival at the Greek Theater in LA and the CMJ festival in New York in October, and gearing up for a busy year on the road.