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‘Summer Happenings’ Will Return to the Broad This Year with Thundercat and Arooj Aftab (Exclusive)
The Broad has officially announced the return of its live music and performance series, “Summer Happenings,” with headliners Thundercat and Arooj Aftab with more headliners to come in the future.
This series marks a true comeback, as the event has not gripped live summer audiences since 2018. Performances will take place on a monthly basis all throughout the museum and on the adjacent East West Bank Plaza.
“After a three-year hiatus, it’s great to present a uniquely diverse roster of emerging and established performers to our Los Angeles audience,” Ed Patuto, Director of Audience Engagement at The Broad, told Los Angeles magazine.
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