14447 Firestone Blvd., La Mirada, 90638
12:00pm to 7:00pm
The Halloween Club will proudly host the 3rd Annual Spook Show on March 7th, 2015 at La Mirada. This all-day festival will be filled with our curated selection of Southern California's local spook makers, vendors, artists, collectors, cooks, teachers, musicians and enthusiasts of Halloween. On this day Halloween Club will also unleash its biggest sale of the year! Spook you soon! Visit our official Spook Show site for a current list of vendors and more updates http://www.halloweenclub.com/spookshow
BRING YOUR HALLOWEEN BEST
Costume dress-up is encouraged. Carnivalesque/Freakshow is preferred.
1262 WESTWOOD BLVD., Los Angeles, 90024
7:00pm to 11:00pm
“Blonde Bombshells: A Tribute To Screen Sirens” is a celebration of everything we love about Hollywood glamour! This magical night will include an All-Blonde Burlesque extravaganza, inspired by Hollywood’s Classic Screen Sirens. Following this great entertainment will be a screening of the American film classic, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”, starring Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell. Monroe’s rendition of the song, “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend”, and her legendary pink dress are considered iconic! Don’t miss our raffle ticket-selling beauties and a Pin-Up Bar serving up libations. The Pin-Ups For Vets events makes guests feel like they are stepping into another decade, and have developed a strong base of fans who dress in vintage attire to show their support for the nonprofit’s mission of supporting hospitalized veterans and deployed troops.
10361 W Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064
7:30pm to 9:00pm
Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK), the performance space at Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, is pleased to present the exhilarating Les Yeux Noirs In Concert on Saturday, March 7 at 7:30pm in Los Angeles.
This Paris-based sextet offers an irresistible invitation to participate in some of the most rhythmic and emotional sounds emanating from any part of the world. Part gypsy, part klezmer, this is the music that has moved people to sing and dance around the world for centuries. With each frenetic stroke of their bows, they take the listener further into a dizzying vortex of Central European sounds and images. They sing songs in French, Russian, Rumanian and Yiddish
Olivier and Eric Slabiak, the two founders, were conservatory-trained violonists who changed their tune after hearing klezmer and gypsy music. The band combines violins, violoncello, accordion, electric guitar, cimbalom, and electronic samples in innovative, highly complementary ways.
When listening to “Les Yeux Noirs” the word that comes to mind is “virtuoso.” The two violinists of the group play in a way that provokes awe, no doubt they could take on the Devil. They can play faster than fast yet have the facility to be wildly playful or deeply serious. Slabiak brothers are the Hendrix of the violin – they don’t take themselves too seriously but manage to infuse each song with emotion. It is hard to sit still when listening to the infectious beats they create.
“It’s music for travelers,” says violinist Eric Slabiak of the group’s music, “We wish you a good trip!”
Tickets are $35 for adults and $25 for students. A no host bar will be available.
5774 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, 90019
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Percussive will feature new music performed by the percussion quartet, Free the Birds, at Mimoda. Join us for great coffee at Paper or Plastik Cafe in front before stepping into the world of beautiful clanging.
Free the Birds:
8435 Firestone Boulevard, Downey, 90241
8:00pm to 11:00pm
Morris Day, lead vocalist of The Time, is known as one of pop’s most verbally pretentious vocalists. In the ‘80s The Time burst onto the publics scene, with “Get It Up,” “Cool,” and “Girl.” More Hits followed including “777-9311,” “Wild and Loose,” “Walk,” and “Gigalos Get Lonely Too.”