Frankie Cosmos- Apathy
Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (11/1-11/4/18)-
Hammer Museum is screening the film Dark Money with a Q&A with director Kimberly Reed and political director for Crooked Media Shaniqua McClendon to follow. (free)
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is hosting Vote For Your Lives Rally, an event in collaboration with For Freedoms, Summit, and March For Our Lives, to share ideas and inspire voter turnout leading up to the midterm elections. The event includes an electronic bus by Jenny Holzer & March For Our Lives and features Aja Monet, Alex Ebert, Beau Sia, Jammal Lemy, Kristina Wong, Madame Gandhi, Muna Malik, and Philip Agnew, and others.
Swing Left is hosting a free (RSVP for a ticket) night of music, comedy and activism at the Palace Theater to promote The Last Weekend, an effort to get people out to vote. Featured performers include The Bird and The Bee with Dave Grohl, Moby, Karen O and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Nap Eyes are playing at the Moroccan Lounge with Will Fox and runnner opening
It’s the last of the performance nights celebrating the Triforium. Performers tonight include Thao Nguyen (of Thao & The Get Down Stay Down), Taiko Projects, world champion whistler Molly Lewis, Restless Nites DJs, and “onsite scent activations” by the Institute for Art and Olfaction
Crooked Colours are playing at the El Rey Theatre with Evan Giia and Wolves
Cloud Nothings are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with Shells and Divinity Band opening
Grand Ave Arts All Access is a free day of arts and programs including a scavenger hunt at The Broad, free tours of the Central Library and the theaters at The Music Center, musical performances by the Colburn School and the LA Chamber Orchestra, free all day admission at MOCA and more. Also make sure to head to Grand Park to check out the altars that were created for Día de los Muertos.
FIDLAR are playing at the Hollywood Palladium with special guests Dilly Dally and The Side Eyes
Tropicalia Fest is a big two day festival taking place at Queen Mary Park in Long Beach. Morrissey and Cardi B are headlining a huge list of bands that include Mazzy Star, Mon Laferte, Natalie Lafourcade, Ronnie Spector, Leo Dan, Allah-Las, Surf Curse, Vundabar, and many, many more
Hard Day of the Dead festival is at Los Angeles Historic Park with performers that include Justice, Die Antwoord and Cashmere Cat
Great Lake Swimmers are playing at The Echo with Native Harrow opening
The Menzingers are playing at The Regent Theater with Tiny Moving Parts and Daddy Issues opening
Frankie Cosmos is playing at The Regent Theater with Kero Kero Bonito and Tanukichan
LACMA is hosting Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day- Celebration and Film Screening– a free event with screenings of the short films created in the Veterans Make Movies program
The Fowler Museum is having an Arts of Africa Festival- a day of African inspired food, music, storytelling and more
La Luz are playing at The Echo with Shy Boys opening
Death From Above are playing at the Teragram Ballroom with CRX opening
Kruder & Dorfmeister are playing a DJ set at The Fonda Theatre with visuals by Lichterloh