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Tuesday, August 2

Grey Gardens

The Music Center

135 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

8:00pm

Broadway's daring musical sensation Grey Gardens arrives at the Ahmanson Theatre starring Rachel York (Broadway's City of Angels, Anything Goes at the Ahmanson) and the legendary Betty Buckley (Tony Award®-winning Grizabella in Cats, Olivier-nominated Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard). Based on the cult classic documentary, this haunting and often hilarious musical recounts Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' most eccentric relatives' fall from society darlings to notorious recluses in their crumbling East Hampton estate. Grey Gardens was hailed as Time magazine’s number one show of the year and garnered 10 Tony Award nominations. This mesmerizing musical comedy, directed by Michael Wilson. 

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Emily Kind with PJ Morton (of Maroon 5)

El Rey Theatre

Los Angeles, CA 90036

8:00pm

Emily King is a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter born and raised in Manhattan's Lower-East Side. King recently released the critically acclaimed EP ’The Switch', touring and playing live with the likes of Maroon 5, John Legend, Emeli Sande, Alicia Keys, Aloe Blacc, Sara Bareilles and countless others along the way. King celebrates her roots, pop, soul, and indie influences by carefully crafting compositions that serve as the perfect vehicle for her polished, lush vocals…

PJ Morton, American soul/R&B singer, musician, record producer and keyboardist in the award-winning pop band, Maroon 5, recently announced his upcoming summer 2016 tour with The PJ Morton Trio, kicking off June 23rd in Chicago and hitting 19 American cities throughout the summer. Comprised of drummer Ed Clark, bassist Brian Cockerham and multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, PJ Morton, the trio will be opening for Grammy-nominated American singer and songwriter Emily King (select shows), while also headlining many venues, tapping into the local music scenes for opening acts.

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Wednesday, August 3

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