This is not an April Fools joke: A new week means a new opportunity to enjoy all the music, film, and other fun things to do in Los Angeles.
Monday, April 1https://www.instagram.com/p/BNSKq0KjORx/
The Mandy & Cliff Einstein Visiting Artist Series brings Kara Walker to L.A. for a coversation with Jamillah James at the California African American Museum. The New York-based artist will discuss her iconic silhouettes and other powerful work. The talk is free with online registration.
Tuesday, April 2https://www.instagram.com/p/BvdHyWAhrgA/
Atlanta-area rapper Gunna has been on the rise lately; you’ve probably heard his collaborations with Travis Scott or Drake. He’s considered something of a protege of Young Thug, and is worth catching now if you want to stay current.
Wednesday, April 3https://www.instagram.com/p/BtzdzbvAIBq/
The upcoming Disneyland Star Wars zone is going to be all about family fun. This night is… not. The Wiltern hosts this silly Star Wars-inspired burlesque show which is strictly for fans over the age of 18.
Wednesday, April 3https://www.instagram.com/p/Bvjwil1Frkm/
You may not have been around to catch the Rolling Stones, The Who, and Jethro Tull performing together in 1968 (or if you were, your memories might be a little fuzzy), but thanks to this new 4K Dolby Cinema restoration of archival footage captured at live concert from the era, you’ll feel like you have a time machine and a front row seat. The film screens simultaneously tonight in various cinemas; find locations and tickets online.
Thursday, April 4https://www.instagram.com/p/BrDqWjnHBv3/
Comedian and television host Craig Ferguson brings his “Hobo Fabulous” stand-up tour to DTLA. If you’re the type to skip the live show because big comedy tours just end up on Netflix in a few months anyway, take note: He has specifically stated this set will not be televised.
Friday, April 5https://www.instagram.com/p/Bp2yc9bAmaF/
The first First Friday of spring is finally here. Catch live music from Harriet Brown and Drama, KRCW DJs spinning tunes, and take the opportunity to learn a little more about droughts and climate change as you party your way around the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
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