Welcome to a new week, full of new opportunities to enjoy all the music, film, and other fun things to do in Los Angeles.
Monday, June 10
Queer Eye generations old and new collide at this Q&A at the Beverly Center. Carson Kressley will be asking the questions as Tan France talks about his new book, Naturally Tan: A Memoir. Be among the first 200 to show up, and you’ll get a free copy of the book and free valet parking.
Monday, June 10
Go deep on a jazz classic with this special—and free—event. There will be a panel discussion featuring Taj Frazier, Mekala Session, and Terrace Martin, along with a full-album listening session, taking advantage of the audiophile sound system at the Arts District bôite In Sheep’s Clothing.
Tuesday, June 11
MacArthur Genius Grant winner Yuval Sharon directs this ambitious production of Meredith Monk’s modern opera, ATLAS. The plot centers on a young girl’s travels, but that’s only the start of the story. This opera, which continues through June 14, will be the capstone of Sharon’s exciting three-year residency with the L.A. Phil.
Wednesday, June 12
Head to Landmark’s Nuart Theatre to catch this special advance screening of the newest PBS American Experience documentary, Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation. The film features lots of never-before-seen footage from the August 1969 festival.
Thursday, June 13
A beloved summertime tradition returns. Wind your way up the Hollywood Hills to the historic Yamashiro, where the grounds are taken over with vendors hawking food, drink, and crafts. Stroll around and take in one of the city’s best views.
Friday, June 14
Find your new favorite bottle of wine at this fun, outdoor wine-tasting event. Stroll around Barnsdall Art Park, sip selections offered by the Silverlake Wine team, and grab some dinner from a food truck—all while helping to support the operations of the park and L.A. Municipal Art Gallery.
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