Jul 132017
 

My Goodness- Islands

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (7/13-7/16)-

Thursday

My Goodness are playing at Resident with Al Lover

LSD & The Search for God are headlining the Mad Alchemy Liquid Lighting Tour at the Bootleg Theater with a list of bands that includes The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Jesus Sons and Dream Phases

Hammer Museum’s music night Rebel Rebel continues this week with Niia and SPELLES (free)

LACMA is screening an episode of Preacher that includes a conversation with writers/executive producers Sam Catlin, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg (free)

MOCA Grand Avenue and the Los Angeles Filmforum are showing Alexandra Cuesta’s film Territorio, an experimental film about the people of Ecuador, with Cuesta present for the screening ($15)

Sextile, Flat Worms, Crush, and Glaare are playing at Zebulon

Friday

Getty Museum’s Friday Flights program includes artist Molly Surno presenting We of Me, a performance featuring Brian Chase of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs; LA artist collective Institute for New Feeling presenting a site specific project, and there will be music by Sun Araw

Lonely Hearts Ball at the Teragram Ballroom has Pity Party, The Red Pears, Jurassic Shark, and The Beach Bums playing

Natural History Museum’s Summer Nights in the Garden returns with cocktails, music, science and nature activities, and more (free)

For tonight’s part of Nonplussed Fest at Zebulon, Pink Mountaintops will be playing with Joe Cardamone and Annie Hardy opening

DJ Nights returns to Grand Park, this time curated by Monalisa (free)

Saturday

The Agenda Festival is happening in Long Beach with pop up shops, art installations, panel discussions and performances by Tyler the Creator, Ludacris and more

KP Projects is having an opening reception for their exhibition of Vivian Maier photographs (RSVP essential)

Dead Heavens are playing at Resident with ÆGES

The outdoor movie in Griffith Park near the Autry Museum this week is The Sandlot

Nonplussed Fest at Zebulon continues with HOTT MT and Vinyl Williams

Palm are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Palberta and Shit Giver

Sunday

Artist Sam Durant will be in conversation with Timothy Phillips of Beyond Conflict at Art Catalogues at LACMA, with a book signing to follow (free)

The Lotus Festival returns to Echo Park Lake with Bangladesh as the host country this year and activities that include a dragon boat race, music, performances and more (free, also on Saturday)

The Rock N Roll Flea Market returns to The Regent Theater (free)

Independent Shakespeare Co.’s version of Measure for Measure is on at Griffith Park (free, Wed.-Sunday 7/23)

May 292014
 

Le1f- BOOM

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/29-6/1)-

Thursday

Thee Oh Sees at the Echo (moved from Church on York)- http://www.theecho.com/event/587871-thee-oh-sees-los-angeles/

MOCAtv presents a Jogging screening of four films made by the collective just for MOCA (free)- http://sites.moca.org/the-curve/2014/05/12/mocatv-presents-jogging/

Die Antwoord at the Fonda- http://www.fondatheatre.com/events/detail/247377

Friday

Friday Flights at the Getty hosted by Liars- http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/18669.html

Takashi Murakami’s film Jellyfish Eyes at the Ace Hotel’s historic theater- http://www.acehotel.com/calendar/losangeles/takashi-murakami-presents-jellyfish-eyes

Pink Mountaintops at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/534149-pink-mountaintops-los-angeles/

Eagulls at the Satellite- http://www.thesatellitela.com/event/516535-eagulls-twin-peaks-criminal-los-angeles/

Saturday

Le1f at the Echo- http://www.theecho.com/event/547521-le1f-los-angeles/

Sunset Boulevard at the Million Dollar Theatre- http://www.grandcentralmarket.com/events/280/sunset-boulevard-at-the-million-dollar-theatre

Saturday and Sunday

The Big Parade LA is two days of organized walking around Los Angeles including about 80 public stairways (free)- http://bigparadela.tumblr.com/

Sunday

Dance, art, music, and poetry combine with the backdrop of Northeast LA’s historic buildings for  Lummis Day at Lummis Home and Heritage Square (free)- http://www.lummisday.org/2013/

Doug Aitken and Philippe Vergne speak at LACMA- http://www.lacma.org/event/aitken-and-vergne