Dec 202018
 

The Growlers- Lonely This Christmas

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (12/20-12/23/18)-

Thursday

The Egyptian Theatre is hosting a double feature of Batman Returns and Gremlins

Curator and writer Jamillah James will be discussing work from Adrian Piper’s exhibition at the Hammer Museum

Fishbone are playing at The Regent Theater with The Expanders, LAW, and Bite Me Bambi

Flat Worms are having a 7″ Release Party at The Echo with P22 and Speck opeing

Sam Valdez and Rodes Rollins are playing a free show at The Bootleg Theater

 

Friday

The Growlers are playing a holiday show at The Wiltern

Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? The Egyptian Theatre thinks so and is showing it as part of a double feature with Trail of Robin Hood

Celebrate Winter Solstice with a Sound Bath at Center for the Arts Eagle Rock ($20-25)

Questlove will be performing at The Regent Theater

Union Station is having another free Cocoa Concert that includes a performance by Lil’ Mo and the Dynaflos, a holiday light display, free cotton candy and more

Lumerians are opening for JJUUJJUU at Zebulon

Keys N Krates are performing at the El Rey Theatre

 

Saturday

Get in the holiday spirit at Grand Park’s free immersive nighttime art experience Winter Glow– 12 acres of art, projection and light display (running until 12/25)

LA Zoo Lights is the zoo’s holiday program with glow dancers and stilt walkers, ice sculpting, DJs, plus projections and lights displays around the zoo (running until 1/6/19)

Bob Baker Marionette Theater is performing their adaptation of The Nutcracker at the Pasadena Playhouse (all weekend and next week as well)

Funky Sole is celebrating its 19th Anniversary at The Echo with a night of DJs including special guest Cut Chemist

 

Sunday

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is free every weekend until March 25th and will probably be less crowded this weekend because of the holidays- a great time to see the Zoe Leonard and Laura Owens exhibitions

Cults are playing at The Echo with Guards opening

The Aero Theatre is showing It’s A Wonderful Life twice, at 4pm and 7:30

Mar 032016
 

Lower Dens- To Die In L.A.

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (3/3-3/6/16)-

Thursday

​Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens and art critic and historian Suzanne Hudson discuss the landscape of painting in our city at MOCA Grand Ave (free)

Mar Vista Art Walk is back on Venice Boulevard from Inglewood Boulevard to Beethoven Street

Upset is headlining a free show at Harvard & Stone (free)

La Santa Cecilia is performing live at Amoeba Records and signing their new album

Friday

Lower Dens are playing First Fridays at the Natural History Museum with Gardens & Villa

Every Friday in March in Union Station, dublab and Metro Art are having Music for Train Stations. Inspired by Brian Eno’s 1978 ambient masterpiece, “Music for Airports“ every week there will be a DJ set and live performance- this week it is a DJ set by Ale and a live performance by The Tenses.

At 3pm M. Ward is playing a free show at Amoeba Records in Hollywood and signing his new album

Candis Cayne is hosting Le Bal, a night of drag performances at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel

Friday-Sunday

Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival is screening films all weekend at the Egyptian Theatre

Saturday

The Chinese American Museum is hosting the Los Angeles Lantern Festival with performances, arts and crafts and more (free)

Artists & Fleas is opening its second location (the other is in the Arts District) in Venice

The Theatre at the Ace Hotel is having a special screening of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch Drunk Love with 50 members of Wordless Music Orchestra and wild Up ensemble performing a live orchestral accompaniment

Sunday

Machine Project’s UFO and alien abduction theme continues this Sunday night with a Double Feature with Winona Bechtle and Joe Merrell giving lectures on famous abduction cases and a screening of The UFO Incident starrring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons ($10)

L.A. Zine Fest is at The Majestic Downtown (free)

Le1f is performing at The Echo with Junglepussy

Ciclavia returns and this time is in The San Fernando Valley