Artists & Fleas・Venice
02.24 1010 Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice, CA 90291

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday 11am-4:30pm

Artists & Fleas LA is now open in the vibrant, artistic community of Venice at the Westminster Avenue Elementary School at Abbot Kinney and the corner of Westminster Avenue.  Join us every 2nd and 4th Saturday for a fabulous Artists & Fleas-style line-up of art, design and vintage merchants.

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The Sword · The El Ray Theatre
03.25 5515 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90036

Sunday March 25th.

There’s an unspoken edict handed down through the ages when it comes to rock bands: there are no rules. Nobody picks up a guitar to be constricted or oppressed. It’s all about feeling free artistically. Now, The Sword—John Cronise [vocals, guitar], Kyle Shutt [guitar], Bryan Richie [bass], and Santiago Vela III [drums]—cut out boundaries since day one. Their style never stood predicated on a trend or a template. They always create what feels right and let the results speak for themselves.

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40 Years of Punk · The Grammy Museum
03.31 800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Every Monday-Friday till March 31st.

Expanded from its original opening date in June, the Grammy Museum finally unveils its latest exhibit, “X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles.” A tribute to L.A. music torch-bearers Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Billy Zoom and D.J. Bonebrake, the collection assembles photographs, instruments, clothing, handwritten lyrics by Cervenka and Doe, artwork by Cervenka and concert flyers. The display also includes screenings of W.T. Morgan’s excellent 1986 documentary, X: The Unheard Music. Part portrait collage, part musical bio, the film features interviews with all four band members (as well as producer Ray Manzarek and Rodney Bingenheimer) discussing X’s formation in 1977, in addition to home movies, live and studio performances and some of their best songs off their first four albums, namely “Los Angeles,” “White Girl,” “Soul Kitchen,” and “Johnny Hit & Run Paulene.”

2018 LA Beer Fest · Los Angeles
04.07 Los Angeles Center Studios 450 South Bixel Street Los Angeles, CA 90017

The 10th annual LA Beer Festival follows last year’s sold out event, and this year’s promises to be even better. The event will feature dozens of international and domestic beers, over a dozen food trucks (food sold separately) as well as live entertainment.

The 2018 LA Beer Festival will take place at LA Center Studios Studios from noon to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm. Admission is for only one session so make sure to coordinate with friends before buying your ticket. You GA tickets include unlimited beer tastings with food sold separately. Connoisseur’s Ticket ($80) are limited and offer attendees exclusive air conditioned bathrooms, an indoor/outdoor event deck overlooking the event featuring limited beers/one-offs not available to general admission.

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Coachella・Indio, CA
04.13 Indio, CA
Coachella・Indio, CA
04.14 Indio, CA
Coachella・Indio, CA
04.15 Indio, CA
Moon Child · The El Ray Theatre
04.26 5515 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90036
Thursday April 26th.
‘Voyager’ is the third full-length album from LA’s Moonchild, whose candid style of soul and new-school jazz has propelled them onto a swirling, emotionally charged journey of the heart. Since 2014 they have dedicated their time and energy into honing dreamlike and ethereal compositions which explore the intricacies of relationships with emotional nuance. The band cites influences like D’Angelo, Hiatus Kaiyote and J. Most as playing a key part in expanding the group’s musical horizons which none more evident than on ‘Voyager’.
Following two years after their widely-praised album ‘Please Rewind’, the album marks a new level of maturity in the band’s sound. Building on their trademark sound, the band brought in a harpist and string players to their usual line-up, enriching standout motifs; these range from the importance of making time for loved ones, to the feeling of waking up in the middle of the night and missing someone, to the deep bonds shared between mother and child.
Since cementing themselves into the vibrant LA soul scene, Moonchild have released two albums and collaborated or toured with highly-respected names in the soul-jazz crowd including Stevie Wonder, Jill Scott, India.Arie, Leela James, The Internet (Odd Future’s Syd tha Kyd & Matt Martians) and more. Along the way, Moonchild have accumulated a host of iconic supporters from Robert Glasper and Laura Mvula to James Poyser, Jazzy Jeff, Jose James, 9th Wonder and Tyler, The Creator who have all shown love for the band.

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