“30 Days in L.A.” Fest Spreads Across the City for a Month of Music Shows

November will be all about bands, bowling, and barbecues thanks to an eclectic music fest that takes place throughout Los Angeles

Now, you have something to do after gorging yourself on Thanksgiving turkey—besides football. The month-long music festival 30 Days in L.A. is coming to town in November, taking over a different venue each night. On November 24, you can catch the Moth Story Slam at Los Globos. The next night you can see Juicy J at the Fonda.

The month of shows—none of which cost more than $15—also includes sets by Aussie electronica guru Chet Faker, ethereal L.A. troupe Warpaint, Seattle folk outfit The Head and the Heart, stoner rocker Kurt Vile and the Violators, dream-popsters Dum Dum Girls, and Inglewood rapper THURZ before closing out on November 30 with a show headlined by A$AP Mob.

Organized by Red Bull Sound Select, the energy drink maker’s artist development program, 30 Days in L.A. pairs more established artists with up-and-coming acts. They’ve even matched the artists with venues specifically chosen for them. Some, like Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum and Moonlight Rollerway, are fairly unconventional.

The month is also packed with barbecues, bowling, a table tennis tournament (tickets to Sasquatch Festival are on the line), roller disco, a drive-in screening of This Is Spinal Tap, panel discussions, and a “celebration of all things waxy” with a vinyl DJ night and record swap meet.

The full lineup is available on the 30 Days in L.A. site, where fans can create an account and purchase tickets.