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Friday, November 28

THE QUEEN MARY'S CHILL

The Queen Mary

1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802

3:00pm

A deep freeze will once again take over The Queen Mary this holiday season as CHILL returns in 2014!

Our giant dome - once home to the legendary Spruce Goose - will be frozen over and transformed into a giant igloo and home to The Ice Kingdom – an awe-inspiring exhibit featuring larger-than-life ice creations that towers over 2.5 stories tall and used more than two million pounds of ice. But don’t forget to grab a parka and gloves – temperatures drop to a numbing 9-degrees in our igloo.

In addition to the enchantment of The Ice Kingdom, CHILL will also feature Ice Tubing , Ice Skating, live music, holiday carolers and so much more.

CHILL returns to The Queen Mary Nov. 21- Nov. 30, Dec. 2-7, Dec. 9 - Jan. 4 & Jan. 8-11.

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Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Steel Drum Band, Holiday Style

The Dome Arclight Entertainment Center

6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, 90028

6:00pm to 9:00pm

Who: Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Steel Drum Band, Holiday Style
- Shore Records Recording Artist
- Smooth Jazz Artist of the Year, LA Music Awards
- Best of Jazz Nominee -1st Annual Hollywood Music Awards
- Winner Best Blues - Hollywood Music in Media Awards
- Winner Best Funk/Groove – Hollywood Music in Media Awards
- Best Latin Nominee – Hollywood Music in Media Awards
- Best Jazz Nominee - Hollywood Music in Media Awards
- Current Best Americana/Folk/Acoustic Nominee - HMMAs
- House Band, Dome Arclight Entertainment Center

What: Tropical Hollywood Grooves, Reggae, Soca, Calypso and Holiday Favorites.

Why: A Dome Arclight Entertainment Center Thanksgiving Tradition.

How: Gregg Young (Guitar), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass) and PanMan Ross Harper (Steel Drum).

Free admission & the public is invited.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

Kat Wheeler
Marketing/PR Assistant
Band: 562.433.4858
[email protected]
www.GreggYoung.com

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Journeys Noise Tour featuring Issues

House of Blues Sunset Strip

West Hollywood, CA 90069

6:30pm

Issues is an American metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia. Issues has often been associated with the metalcore genre with a mixture of nu metal & R&B. Reviews for the debut EP Black Diamonds often called the album primarily metalcore with an influence of R&B. The band themselves has commented that they wanted to mix metal and "Top 40" music in the same way that post-hardcore and nu metal mixed heavy metal music with hip hop music.

When their debut album was released, the response from critics was mixed. While Alternative Press praised the bands unique sound with mixing metalcore with DJ-based breakdowns, calling them the modern alternative for nu metal,[30] whilst the likes of AllMusic and Sputnikmusic criticized the bands mixture of genre's, stating that it isn't nu metal, and more like a mixture of pop music and metalcore, with Sputnikmusic quoting that they sounded like a mixture of Limp Bizkit and Justin Bieber

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SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

7:30pm

On a short list of the greatest screen musicals ever made, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN began with legendary MGM producer Arthur Freed giving screenwriters Betty Comden and Adolph Green a stack of songs he'd written early in his career (with partner Nacio Herb Brown) - including "Broadway Melody," "You Are My Lucky Star" and the title song - with the simple request to weave a story around the numbers. What emerged was a sublime marriage of song and dance, innocence and nostalgia, heart-tugging romance and surreal comedy (especially in co-star Donald O'Connor's show-stopping "Make 'Em Laugh" routine). Co-director Kelly shines as silent-movie idol Don Lockwood, whose career (and leading lady, hilariously played by Jean Hagen) are imperiled by the coming of sound - until he hooks up with lovely ingenue Debbie Reynolds. The brilliant supporting cast includes Millard Mitchell, Douglas Fowley and the great Cyd Charisse, whose long-legged "Broadway Melody" ballet with Kelly nearly steals the show!

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2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

"I’m sorry, Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that," murmurs HAL 9000, the (conscious?) computer fatale. Master filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s mind-blowing meditation on the inherent dangers (and wonders) of technology, the limitless vistas of space, and the future of the human race must be seen on the big screen to be believed.

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SINGIN' IN THE RAIN

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

7:30pm

On a short list of the greatest screen musicals ever made, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN began with legendary MGM producer Arthur Freed giving screenwriters Betty Comden and Adolph Green a stack of songs he'd written early in his career (with partner Nacio Herb Brown) - including "Broadway Melody," "You Are My Lucky Star" and the title song - with the simple request to weave a story around the numbers. What emerged was a sublime marriage of song and dance, innocence and nostalgia, heart-tugging romance and surreal comedy (especially in co-star Donald O'Connor's show-stopping "Make 'Em Laugh" routine). Co-director Kelly shines as silent-movie idol Don Lockwood, whose career (and leading lady, hilariously played by Jean Hagen) are imperiled by the coming of sound - until he hooks up with lovely ingenue Debbie Reynolds. The brilliant supporting cast includes Millard Mitchell, Douglas Fowley and the great Cyd Charisse, whose long-legged "Broadway Melody" ballet with Kelly nearly steals the show!

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Milton Nascimento – Uma Travessia

Royce Hall, UCLA

340 Royce Dr, Los Angeles, 90095

8:00pm

Brazilian Nites Productions presents 50 Years of Magic – Milton Nascimento – Uma Travessia at UCLA’s Royce Hall on Friday, November 28th. The four time Grammy Award winning. Brazilian singer-songwriter celebrates his 50-year career with his latest album “Uma Travessia” and a World Tour, featuring his greatest hits. Nascimento pulls influences from far and wide, seamlessly blending rock and jazz, Portuguese fado, Spanish guitars, Andean flutes and Gregorian chants. With 37 solo albums and major collaborations with Herbie Hancock, Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel, Esperanza Spaulding and more, his astonishing stage presence delights international audiences.

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