Metal Assault Matinee - Vol. 3
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Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants
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Chicago - The Band
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Sep 23, 2017 |

HUSHconcerts is back with its 4th annual summer of incredible monthly concerts on the west end of Santa Monica Pier. The shows start at 7pm in time for the sunset over the ocean. Hear some of Southern California's finest DJs playing to the world's most spectacular backdrop.

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $20.00

Dave Mason of Traffic, Brit Rock LegendLots of folks call themselves "rock legends," but only one recorded "All Along the Watchtower" with Jimi Hendrix in '68, sang a duet with Michael Jackson in '80, joined Fleetwood Mac in '95 and was enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in '04: Dave Mason. Now this "truly" legendary British rocker hits the Libbey Bowl in Ojai. A founding member of classic rock band Traffic (with Steve Winwood), the singer-guitarist also recorded four gold records as a solo artist. Mason's music remains as satisfying and inspiring as it was when it was produced.

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $21.00

"Wind Whisperers From India""Wind Whisperers From India" unites the north and south continents in this concert at Ford Theatres in Hollywood. Acclaimed flautist Ronu Majumdar of North India wields the bansuri (side-blown flute), while saraswati veena (multi-stringed chordophone) virtuoso Rajhesh Vaidhya from South India joins him in the ancient art form called jugalbandi, a duet performed by musicians of different instruments and styles. This evening of Eastern music under the stars also features percussionists Vinod Venkataraman, Arup Chattopadhyay, Ravi Balasubramanian and Srinivasan Govindarajan, assisted by Don Kirby on the tanpura (long-necked lute).

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $39.00

Flamenco & Spanish Cuisine: Intimate, Passionate, ExoticThe beautiful Cafe Sevilla invites guests to come and enjoy a magical evening of Spanish and Gypsy flamenco dance, an authentic three-course meal and an atmosphere of European elegance and Mediterranean spirit. Celebrating its 25th year, Sevilla is a fixture in Long Beach, and its flamenco dinner-show showcases a variety of dancers, singers, percussionists and guitarists. Adding to the gypsy vibe, Saturday shows will feature a live belly dancer. The included dinner features a salad, the famous Spanish dish paella Valenciana or short rib/salmon duet, and for dessert, crema Catalana, the restaurant's award-winning chocolate espresso creme brulee. A tapas menu, full bar, eclectic wine list and other menu upgrades are also available for a la carte purchase.

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $40.00

A Fairy Tea Party, enjoy a lovely tea party with the Faeries! Each table is hosted by one of A Faery Hunt’s charming faeries. Catered just for you by our amazing Fairy Caterer serving; English Tea Sandwiches, short breads, faery fruit & veggies and yummy Fairy Tea. Come dressed in your faery, princess or princely finest attire. Enjoy story time with the faeries, music, dancing, and surprises! Space is limited for this special event, get your tickets now for this catered event. Perfect for ages: 3-10 and families. Groups and parties, birthdays are welcome. Reservations suggested: 818-324-6802; reservations@afaeryhunt.com At the wonderful Tarzana Community and Cultural Center 19130 Ventura Blvd. Tarzana, CA 91356 Connect with us - http://www.instagram.com/thefaerylady Nickelodeon named A Faery Hunt "Best Children's Theater in Los Angeles". Join the fun!

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Air Supply
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Fleet Foxes
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The Red Shoes
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Hamilton
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Hamilton
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Kasabian
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Coliseum Gladiator MMA Championship Series
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Sep 23, 2017 |

The folk poet, Chinese folk idol as well, Mr. Ma Di who is the founder of indie folk brand MAYOUYE. In the beginning of 2011, Ma Di, together and played with a group of friends in the same camp, they had a free and fun attitude then put it into music as a dream. After that, this boy who owns desultoriness and unique temperament quickly became the focus of all fans and medias quickly. Ma Di has a simple and direct expression of all things, which is in some of his special "rough" voice, in his franking with limited life of city, in his writing with love, by all of these are willing to read a sad monologue. Maybe you will criticize him who has not experienced enough to live comfortably, without any burdensome just like a child, however, is it not those who care about and be moved by the "be of no importance" attitude? Perhaps, in nowadays and the people of this city, it is all right for Ma Di. A Si? who???s a female singer in China. She taught herself guitar in 2008, and began to try to write songs and created some lyric in 2009. In the year of 2010, she was registered as an indie/pop singer in Douban website, and participated in a variety of campus tours then. A Si, was famous known as singing a popular song "I was eating fried chicken in the People's Square" in 2011. At that time, she was spread widely and loved by some musicians and artists, including Lao Lang, Li Jian and Yao Chen those who introduced and recommended A Si strongly. In 2012, A Si was labeled by the largest indie music organization Modern Sky in China, in the end of year; her new single "Skimming Over The Surface" [Fu Guang Lue Ying as Chinese] was recruited and collected by album "Modern Sky 7". From then, Asi becomes an iconic character of new female songwriter. In 2016 her new original album "My Foolish Idealism" once released, that was shocking the indie music field once again; without any doubt, A Si won the Chinese Mandarin Music Media Awards as Best Year Album, Abilu Music Award as Best Year Artist and the most popular pop single. Cotillon is the musical pseudonym of Jordan Corso, a singer, songwriter, and guitarist whose music is a low-key but appealing fusion of indie rock, psychedelia, surf guitar, and pop from various eras, all filtered through Corso's oblique but engaging lyrical sensibilities. The Cotillon story begins when Corso was living in Los Angeles and working an unrewarding office job; Corso had been playing guitar since he was a child, and he started working on songs during his lunch breaks to relieve the monotony. A busted romance gave Corso plenty to write about, and eventually he opted to form a band to perform his new material. Teaming with friend and guitarist Zachary Miller and the rhythm section of Christopher Norman and Michael Madeiros, Corso named the new trio Cotillon, and the group released its first EP, Votive Flower, in the fall of 2012. The EP received enthusiastic reviews from the West Coast indie press, and a second EP, White Roses, appeared in the spring of 2013. Chet "JR" White of the indie pop act Girls was bowled over by the first two EPs from Cotillon, and offered to produce an album for the group. The band booked time at EastWest Studios (formerly Western Recorders, where the Beach Boys cut Pet Sounds), and Corso later traveled to San Francisco to do overdubs and mixing with White at his home studio. Corso fell in love with San Francisco and relocated to the Bay Area, with a rotating cast of musicians eventually replacing the original Cotillon lineup. Corso struck a deal with California indie label Burger Records, and Cotillon's self-titled full-length debut album was issued in January 2015. Sometime after the album's release, Corso moved with his girlfriend to N.Y.C., where he began writing songs for a second album. Working with co-producers Al Carlson (St. Vincent, Wild Nothing) and Quilt's Shane Butler, Corso went for a more stripped-down sound on The Afternoons, which was released by Burger and Modern Sky in Spring 2017. Following the release the band toured throughout Asia including performances at Sound Xity Beijing, Shanghai Strawberry Festival, and Tokyo's Shimokitazawa 3. First, let's meet Moloch. You remember him, right? The ancient god, the child eater, the demander of sacrifice, the villain in Ginsberg's Howl(and also real life) and now the personal antagonist of singer and songwriter Lucas Fitzsimons, who named his band the Molochs because he knew he'd have to make sacrifices to get what he needed, and because he always wanted a reminder of the Ginsbergian monster he'd be fighting against. And so this is how you make a record right now: you fight for every piece, and when Moloch takes apart your relationships and career potential and leaves you sleeping on couches or living in terrifying apartments and just about depleted from awful people involving you in their awful decisions, you grab a bottle of wine (and laugh at the clich??) and put together another song. And once you do that eleven hard-won times in total, you get a record like America's Velvet Glory: honest, urgent, desperate and fearless because of it. Fitzsimons came to his calling in an appropriately mythic way, born in a historic city not far from Buenos Aires and raised in L.A.'s South Bay???just outside of Inglewood???where he was immersed in the hip-hop hits on local radio. (Westside Connection!) The summer d before he started middle school, a close friend got an electric guitar, and Fitzsimons felt an enirresistible inexplicable power: "I'd go back home and I'd look up guitar chords on the internet???even though I had no guitar???and just imagine how I WOULD play them. I was slowly getting obsessed." When he was 12, his parents took him back to Argentina, and on the first night, he discovered a long-forgotten almost-broken classical guitar in the basement of his ancestral home: "It sounds made-up, but it's true," he says. "I didn't put the guitar down once that whole trip???took it with me everywhere and played and played. When I got back to L.A., I bought my first guitar practically as the plane was landing." This started a long line of bands and a long experience of learning to perform in public, as Fitzsimons honed intentions and ideas and tried to figure out why that guitar seemed so important. After a trip to India in 2012, he returned renewed and ready to start again, scrapping his band to lead something new and uncompromising. This was the true start of the Molochs: "It didn't make any sense to not do everything exactly the way I wanted to do it," he says. "I was so shy and introverted that singing publicly sounded like a nightmare come true. But I didn't have a choice???I heard something inside of me and I needed to be the one to express it." The first album Forgetter Blues was released with Fitzsimons' guitarist/organist and longtime bandmate Ryan Foster in early 2013 on his own label???named after a slightly infamous intersection in their then-home of Long Beach???and was twelve songs of anxious garage-y proto-punk-y folk-y rock, Modern Lovers demos and Velvet Underground arcana as fuel and foundation both. It deserved to go farther than it did, which sadly wasn't very far. But it sharpened Fitzsimons and his songwriting, and after three pent-up years of creativity, he was ready to burst. So he decided to record a new album in the spirit of the first, and in the spirit of everything that the Molochs made so far: "I wanted to spend less time figuring out HOW we were gonna do something and just actually do it." The result is America's Velvet Glory, recorded with engineer Jonny Bell at effortless (says Fitzsimons) sessions at Long Beach's JazzCats studio. (Also incubator for Molochs' new labelmates Wall of Death and Hanni El Khatib.) It starts with an anxious electric minor-key melody and ends on a last lonesome unresolved organ riff, and in between comes beauty, doubt, loss, hate and even a moments or two of peace. There are flashes of 60s garage rock???like the Sunset Strip '66 stormer "No More Cryin'" or the "Little Black Egg"-style heartwarmer-slash-breaker "The One I Love"???but like one of Foster's and Fitzsimons' favorites the Jacobites, the Molochs are taking the past apart, not trying to recreate it. You can hear where songs bend, where voices break, where guitars start to shiver and when strings are about to snap; on "You And Me," you can almost hear Lou Reed's ghost call for a solo, and on "I Don't Love You," you get that subway-sound guitar and find out what happens when Jonathan Richman's G-I-R-L-F-R-E-N goes wrong. And of course there's the charismatic chaos of bootleg basement-tape Dylan???always Dylan, says Fitzsimons???and the locked-room psychedelia of Syd Barrett, especially on "Charlie's Lips," Fitzsimons' ode to???or antidote to???those times when he felt the bleakness completely: "Then a bird lands on a branch nearby, you hear leaves fluttering, you hear a child laughing ??? all of a sudden things don't seem so bad anymore." So Moloch might still be out there, devouring his sacrifices, but the Molochs are still fighting, too. And that's why Fitzsimons picked the band name???it's so he remembers what he's up against. He's not celebrating the destroyer of youth and individuality and creativity, he says: "I'm just keeping him in sight so that he doesn't win." ??? Christopher Ziegler

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Live From Laurel Canyon
Sep 23, 2017 |
Pat Boone
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Sep 23, 2017 | Free

INDOOR + OUTDOOR SHOW WHERE: Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace in Pioneertown 53688 Pioneertown Rd, Pioneertown, CA 92268 (Joshua Tree region of Southern California) Camp on site! 3 stages! Full bar & the best food in the desert! A VERY limited number of early bird hotel packages with passes & more are available now at: http://www.desertstarsfestival.com/#!tickets/cxd8 Please share this event with our friends !

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $81.65

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $25.00

Weekend Drag Brunch: Gourmet Omelets, Bottomless Mimosas & Female ImpersonatorsGourmet food, bottomless mimosas and an outrageous drag show add up to a scintillating dining event you won't soon forget. Voted "Best Drag Show" by "OC Weekly" two years running, Velvet Lounge's Weekend Drag Brunch is the rare chance to savor a spread of waffles, bacon, apple-smoked chicken sausage, made-to-order omelets, a carving station, and other delectable treats while a colorful cast of female impersonators, "The Brunchettes," lights up the room with riotous comedy and music. Feast your eyes and your taste buds on this utterly unique brunch show that's sure to take your weekend up a notch.

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $178.25

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Sep 23, 2017 | From $25.00

Weekend Drag Brunch: Gourmet Omelets, Bottomless Mimosas & Female ImpersonatorsGourmet food, bottomless mimosas and an outrageous drag show add up to a scintillating dining event you won't soon forget. Voted "Best Drag Show" by "OC Weekly" two years running, Velvet Lounge's Weekend Drag Brunch is the rare chance to savor a spread of waffles, bacon, apple-smoked chicken sausage, made-to-order omelets, a carving station, and other delectable treats while a colorful cast of female impersonators, "The Brunchettes," lights up the room with riotous comedy and music. Feast your eyes and your taste buds on this utterly unique brunch show that's sure to take your weekend up a notch.

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Head Of Passes
Sep 23, 2017 | From $54.05 Get Tickets!
Head Of Passes
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LA Opera: James Conlon & Ana Maria Martinez - Carmen
Sep 23, 2017 | From $136.85 Get Tickets!
Two Door Cinema Club
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