Welcome to a new week, full of new opportunities to enjoy all the music, film, and other fun things to do in Los Angeles.
Tuesday, May 28https://www.instagram.com/p/BwN0MoVgjok/
Eric André is everywhere right now, from his new late-night show Mostly 4 Millennials, to his appearance in this summer’s remake of The Lion King. Catch the comedian at this intimate show at the Moroccan Lounge downtown. You shout out a concept, he’ll try (and, he acknowledges, possibly fail!) to craft a joke about it.
Wednesday, May 29https://www.instagram.com/p/Bt34kD_Doi_/
It’s wedding (and graduation and party and every other type of social engagement) season. Get yourself outfitted in style when you drop by this pop-up from brands Azazie (for fancy dresses in all manner of colors and sizes) and Indochino (for made-to-measure suits). Drinks, DJs, and more make the atmosphere festive.
Thursday, May 30https://www.instagram.com/p/BchCjvFjf0r/
Experimental indie rockers Xiu Xiu head to Highland Park for this show, presented by Dublab. The long-running, post-punk-adjacent group is promoting new release Girl with Basket of Fruit, their tenth full-length record.
Friday, May 31https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxp_x6JhXJt/
Step back in time with this special nighttime, cocktail-in-hand tour of Clifton’s. Organized by the Atlas Obscura Society and lead by historian Kahlil Nelson, you’ll get an inside look at the legends and lore of of the place, which dates back to 1935. Since it’s a Friday night, the tour is 21+ and you’ll need to abide by the dress code.
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