There’s no excuse to be bored any night of the week when you live in L.A. Here’s our curated guide to some of the best of what’s going on around town.
Monday: Migos at the Observatory
The week between the Coachellas is a time of plenty for L.A. concert-going. Take advantage of the chance to catch big-name acts like Migos as they play shows at venues that are a little more intimate than a festival main stage.
Tuesday: “Cheech and Chong: Still Rolling”
It’s been 40 years since the release of Up in Smoke, so to celebrate that anniversary Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong are hosting a special night of nostalgia at the Grammy Museum. A new exhibit about the duo opens at the museum later this week–on 4/20, of course.
Wednesday: Jorja Smith & Tom Misch
Spend an evening taking in some of the coolest sounds from across the pond, as British musicians Jorja Smith and Tom Misch co-headline the Novo. Expect Drake-approved grooves, sultry sounds, and plenty of jazzy bits to enjoy.
Welcome spring with a night of music under the stars. Musicians from the Pasadena Symphony will serenade you on the elegant lawn of the historic Langham Huntington. Tickets include wine and a full meal prepared by the on-site chefs, featuring ingredients sourced from the property’s own gardens.
Friday: Don Giovanni
Pacific Opera Project is all about bringing arias to the people on the cheap. This month it puts on Mozart’s version of Don Juan, staging it cabaret-style at the Vortex downtown. Expect food, wine, and (thankfully) English subtitles.
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