Aug 23, 2017 | From $55.00

Hear the Queen of Rock n'Roll sing her best songs again in this Tony-nominated Broadway musical. Featuring Joplin's greatest hits, including, "Me and Bobby McGee," "Piece of My Heart," and "Mercedes Benz" along with other faves from Aretha Franklin, Etta James and more.

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Dierks Bentley Cole Swindell & Jon Pardi
Aug 24, 2017 | From $12.65 Get Tickets!
Aug 24, 2017 | From $55.00

Hear the Queen of Rock n'Roll sing her best songs again in this Tony-nominated Broadway musical. Featuring Joplin's greatest hits, including, "Me and Bobby McGee," "Piece of My Heart," and "Mercedes Benz" along with other faves from Aretha Franklin, Etta James and more.

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Hamilton
Aug 23, 2017 | From $415.21 Get Tickets!
Aug 23, 2017 |

When it comes to following the beat of their own drum, New York???s Psychic Ills have exemplified the phrase since their beginnings in 2003. Initially spawned from electronic-centered home recording experiments, they progressed into all-night full-band exploration in a neighborhood where noise wasn???t a problem.

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Aug 23, 2017 |

Old Man Wizard are a heavy rock band based in Southern California, which formed in late 2011.

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Aug 23, 2017 | From $55.00

Rock Musical "A Night with Janis Joplin" Resurrects the Icon"A Night with Janis Joplin" is a blues-rock theatrical event that captures the legendary singer's life and legacy with all of the live intensity of an actual Joplin concert. Powered by showstopping hits like "Cry Baby," "Piece of My Heart," "Me and Bobby McGee," "Summertime" and "Mercedes Benz," as well as a song Joplin never formally recorded, the show brings Joplin's story to the stage while also saluting some of her famous musical influences, including Bessie Smith, Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone. Catch this soulful, no-holds-barred tribute to one of rock music's greatest performers at the Laguna Playhouse.

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Aug 23, 2017 |

Formed in 1987 in Birmingham, United Kingdom, however they began as The Subverters, with Bri Doom (guitar), John Pickering (bass/vocals) and Jason "Hog" Hodges (drums). About the time Hog was replaced by new drummer, Mick Harris (Napalm Death), the band changed its name to Doom. This line up played one or two gigs, playing in a crossover metal style. Bri and John decided this wasn't the direction they wanted the band to move in. Consequently they left Harris and the metal style of music, and decided to go in a Discharge-influenced crust-punk-style that Doom became known for. Pickering dropped bass to concentrate on vocals and Pete Nash joined as bass player. Harris left for Napalm Death so new drummer "Stick", recently made band-less, joined after a drunken meeting at the infamous Mermaid Pub. This was when the 'real' Doom was formed. The band started rehearsing with this line-up in mid 1987. About this time a small label called Peaceville was starting up. They heard about Doom through word of mouth and asked if they were interested in contributing songs to the first Peaceville compilation A Vile Peace. Doom went into the studio to record their first demo on 28 August 1987. Nash unfortunately broke his wrist just before Doom's recording debut, so bass player Jim Whitley (of Napalm Death and Ripcord) filled in on the recording. Three songs were recorded (two of which appeared on A Vile Peace). On the strength of this first recording Peaceville asked Doom if they would record a full LP for them, which they agreed to do. The "War Is Big Business" demo was recorded on 27 November 1987, which the band sold as a cassette at gigs. In February 1988, Doom went into Rich Bitch Studios and recorded 21 songs for their debut album "War Crimes (Inhuman Beings)". All this time the band gigged constantly in the UK building up a following on the way. Another demo "Domesday" was also produced. At the end of 1988, due to personal commitments Bri announced that he would be leaving the band. He stayed long enough to record the split LP "Bury the Debt - Not The Dead" (with Swedish band No Security) on the Peaceville. The "Police Bastard" EP on Discarded Records was also recorded at the same session. Doom were also invited to record two sessions for Radio One's John Peel show around this point. Bri left the band in April 1989 after completing a lengthy European tour. Doom continued with different guitarists but did not settle with four members, so Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties. This line up continued until a final split in August 1990. Following the group's demise Pickering formed Cain, an experimental Doom Metal band, with Pete Nash and Clive Meldrum of Filthkick, whilst drummer Stick joined Extreme Noise Terror then Dirt. The band reformed in 1992 with the earlier line up of Bri, John, Pete and Stick. They toured Japan and recorded a 12" of new songs released on the label Vinyl Japan. This proved to be the last recording with this line up. About this point the band almost folded. John and Pete left, John went onto form Police Bastard in 1994, but Bri and Stick decided to continue with two new members. They recruited Tom Croft from Genital Deformities on vocals and Paul "Mall" Mallen on bass guitar. This line up recorded the split album with Selfish and a split 7" EP with Hiatus. Mall left shortly afterwards (an amicable parting). He was replaced by bassist Scoot from Largactyl. This line up recorded the split 7" EP "Doomed To Extinction" with Extinction Of Mankind, the "Fuck Peaceville" double LP, and the "Hail To Sweden" 7" EP. This is also the line up who appear on the "Videodoom" video on MCR Company on a European tour in 1994. A tour of Scandinavia was organised for September 1995, however Scoot decided not to go due to problems at home, so he was replaced by Denis (of Blood Sucking Freaks) & permanently by Chris Gascoigne (of Suffer) after the tour. Tom Croft also left just before the tour and he was replaced by Wayne Southworth (also of Blood Sucking Freaks). While on the Scandinavian tour Doom recorded the "Monarchy Zoo" 7" EP at Sunlight Studios. The band, now comprised of Stick, Bri, Denis, Wayne and Chris. They went into the studio in June 1996 and recorded a full LP for Flat Earth, called "Rush Hour Of The Gods". In 97 the band recorded again for Flat Earth the split 10" with Cress and in 2001 the last full length LP entitled "World Of Shit" on Vinyl Japan Records. Doom continued again with Bri, Stick, Wayne and Andy Irvine (ex Disaffect, Scatha and Devils). On March 18, 2005, Wayne Southworth (lead singer) died at his home. The cause of death was an epileptic seizure. 2010. Doom is back. The line-up keeps it ???in the family???! Current line-up: Denis - vocals Bri - guitar Scoot - bass Stick - drums

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Aug 23, 2017 | From $7.50

Sophie B. Hawkins ("Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover") at Saint RockeSophie B Hawkins is known for tugging at the heartstrings with her powerful storytelling via dizzying tunes that idle between the potently forlorn and strangely comforting. She burst onto the scene with "Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover" off her critically acclaimed debut album "Tongues and Tails" in 1992, for which she earned a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and has been quietly making her mark since with songs like "As I Lay Me Down" and "Right Beside You." Now she's hitting the stage with her newest collection of songs, which promise to resonate just as strongly as ever. Catch her when she comes through Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach.

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Monty Python's Spamalot
Aug 24, 2017 | From $172.50 Get Tickets!
Aug 23, 2017 | From $20.00

"Pageant of the Masters": Paintings Come AliveSee a work of art come to life at the "Pageant of the Masters". This one-of-a-kind production, an Orange County tradition, uses real people to recreate classical and contemporary paintings down to the finest detail. As you take in the visual marvel, a narrator guides you through the story behind each work while a live orchestra sets the tone. This year's presentation, "The Grand Tour", recreates the experience of a time when there were virtually no public museums and people would go on artistic pilgrimages, traveling around Europe to see great works of art. Highlighting masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Tiepolo, Longhi, Watteau, Reynolds and Romney, as well as American artists like John Singer Sargent, "The Grand Tour" will take you on a whirlwind journey from Pompeii to a celebration of Carnival in Venice to the European tour of Buffalo Bill's "Wild West Show" to Paris in the Jazz Age.

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Aug 23, 2017 | From $29.00

Douglas "The Crooner" Roegiers, With Italian Dinner at Sorriso Ristorante & BarDouglas Roegiers is so smooth and classy, his fans call him "The Crooner." At this live music dinner show at Sorriso Ristorante & Bar, he'll sing standards from the Great American Songbook and take you back to the great days of the big band swing era. And while this unique performer with a larger-than-life persona is on stage, you can indulge in a four-course meal, including the choice of a Sorriso favorite: penne alla vodka. Make a date to hang with "The Crooner" in Pasadena.

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Aug 24, 2017 |

Kinloch Nelson's 45 year career has run the gamut from solo classical recitals to folk concerts in coffeehouses and folk festivals, to club dates with jazz, country, rockabilly, rock, and rhythm & blues bands. A composer and recording artist, Nelson can be heard on BKNjr Records, Echotone Records, Riva Records, Heartland Records and Sampler Records. Nelson studied classical guitar with Stanley Watson in Rochester NY, jazz guitar with Gene Bertoncini at Eastman School of Music and music theory at the University of Rochester. In 1974 Nelson began teaching both privately and at The Hochstein Music School in Rochester, NY where he was on the faculty for twenty-five years. Other teaching activities have included workshops at the University of Rochester, S.U.N.Y. at Oswego, residencies at Maryland Summer Center For The Arts, and workshops at music festivals. Nelson has appeared in concert at The Wolftrap Center for the Performing Arts; Washington DC's Glen Echo Dance Theater; Maryland Center for the Arts in Baltimore; National Association of Music Manufacturers in Nashville & in Los Angeles; Art Park Buffalo, NY; Time/Warner Jazz Festival in Rochester, NY; Montreal Jazz Festival; Owen Sound Folk Festival; Akron Folk Festival; Golden Link's Turtle Hill Folk Festival; North American Folk Alliance; Fretted Instrument Guild of America; and appearances in Canada, Ireland and Peru. Michael Chapdelaine is the only guitarist ever to win First Prize in the world's top competitions in both the Classical and Fingerstyle genres; the Guitar Foundation of America International Classical Guitar Competition and the National Fingerstyle Championships at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival in Winfield , Kansas. From New York's Lincoln Center to the Cactus Cafe in Austin, from Milano to Bangkok, Michael continues to enchant, dazzle and surprise audiences and critics alike as he redefines the modern acoustic guitar with his amazing technique, "soulful" expressiveness, and versatility as a performer, composer and arranger/producer. His performances, played on both steel string and classical guitars, include musical styles ranging from blues to Bach to country to rhythm n' blues as he wins his audiences hearts with breath taking technique and the poetic magic of his original musical portraits and landscapes. In the 80's and 90's Michael proved himself to be one of the world's finest classical guitarists; twice winning the coveted National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalist Grant, and taking First Prize in both the Guitar Foundation of America's and the Music Teachers National Association's Guitar Competitions. He also won the Silver Medal in Venezuela's VIII Concurso International de Guitarra "Alirio Diaz". He has toured four continents while giving hundreds of performances for Affiliate Artists Inc., and various arts promotion organizations. I n 1992 he recorded the Sonata Romantica CD, (now re-released as "Mexico"), which many critics and connoisseurs of classical guitar consider to be one of the definitive recordings for the instrument. Acoustic Guitar magazine wrote "... if I were marooned on a desert island with a limited selection of recordings, this one would be among my choices...I have seldom heard a more beautiful album. Other young guitarists have excellent technique, but few have such style and musicality, and Chapdelaine's beautiful tone is the nearest to Segovia's that I can recall." In 1994 Michael turned his attention to pop music, in arranging, producing and recording Time-Life Music's beautiful Guitar by Moonlight collection (also released as "with love"), which sold 250,000 copies in it's first two years in the stores. In 1998, he once again, expanded his musical range and gained instant notoriety and credibility in the "acoustic music" world as a "fingerstyle" guitarist and composer, by winning the National Fingerpicking Championships at Winfield. Michael is Professor of Music and head of guitar studies at the University of New Mexico, and has previously been on the faculties of the University of Colorado at Denver and Metropolitan State University. He has given master classes throughout the world including, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Peru, Venezuela, Taiwan, Indonesia and at institutions such as, University of Miami, Mannes School of Music, University of Texas, and California State University. His teachers included the great Spanish maestro Andres Segovia.

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Aug 23, 2017 |

with Resident DJs: Tom Chasteen Boss Harmony The bass will be booming, the dance floor will be moving, the vibes will be nice, the sweet Reggae music will fill the air. With DJs Tom Chasteen and Boss Harmony and MCs Jah Faith, Ras Benji, Tippa Lee, and special guests. Hope to see YOUR face in the place!

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Aug 23, 2017 | From $49.45 Get Tickets!
Aug 23, 2017 |

We are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. If we have a killer show, we will open so check the calendar!

Aug 24, 2017 | Free

Paprika is a Southern California singer, dancer and costumer who has performed at Japanese cultural festivals for several years in the United States, and also internationally. Mari is the lead vocalist for the band Candy Bomber, well-known for their J-Pop and J-Rock covers, and she also performs as a solo artist. Her most recent musical project, Paprika Mari???s Jazz Ensemble, seeks to infuse the catchy melodies of Japanese pop with the smooth sound of Jazz.

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Silent Sky
Aug 23, 2017 | From $70.15 Get Tickets!
Pageant of The Masters
Aug 23, 2017 | From $92.00 Get Tickets!
Aug 23, 2017 | From $300.00

The Help Group’s summer camps provide a safe and enriching atmosphere for children, teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. Our unique day camps create opportunities to engage, experience and explore. Each camp strives to developmentally and chronologically match each camper across the spectrum to ensure an appropriate peer group for learning and fun. Campers will participate in a variety of activities such as art projects, sensory play, special events, animal-assisted activities, field trips and much more! Camp will run on June 12-16, June 19-23, June 26-30, July 3-7 (no camp on July 4th), August 7-11, August 14-18, and August 21-23 (Sherman Oaks location only).

Aug 23, 2017 |

DJ and producer based in Los Angeles, US.

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Hamilton
Aug 24, 2017 | From $367.99 Get Tickets!
Aug 24, 2017 | From $14.00

The Muck's "Under the Stars" Series: Jazz, Blues, Folk & MoreGet caught up in The Muck's summer concert series, as top talent takes the stage at the amphitheater to fill the Fullerton night air with music and entertainment. Among the acts scheduled to appear outdoors at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center are the a cappella quartet The Alley Cats, the Firebird Balalaika Ensemble, the blues-bluegrass group Dirty Cello, jazz-swing band Jack's Cats, the kilted Celtic quintet The Ploughboys and more.

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