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Goldenvoice Presents the Pixies

Ticketed – Check out Goldenvoice presents Pixies at Ace Hotel Downtown LA in Los Angeles.

The Un-Private Collection: Thomas Houseago + Flea

Ticketed – The next The Un-Private Collection, sponsored by U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management, will present a conversation with Broad collection artist Thomas Houseago, whose work is on view in The Broad’s exhibition, Creature (through March 19), and rock bassist and art collector Flea. The pair will discuss Houseago’s inspirations and practice, and the impact that visual art and music can have on each other, among other

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David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption

Ticketed – The Festival takes its name from David’s favorite quote attributed to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who said, “life is a festival of disruption”. David is bringing this quote to life by creating a mysterious and beautiful world for you. Performances: Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, St. Vincent, Rhye, Jon Hopkins, The Music of Twin Peaks with Angelo Badalamenti, XIU XIU & Sky Ferreira, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith. For

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Sundance NEXT Fest: World Premiere of “Royal” + LA Premiere of “The Greasy Strangler” + Big Freedia

Ticketed – The Greasy Strangler bursts with the best of bizarro cult cinema aspirations in this hilarious anti-horror tale of a father & son competing for the same woman. New Orleans’ Big Freedia commands a dazzling Bounce rap show flanked by her unforgettable Diva dancers that bring the party like few other touring acts. The program will be preceded by a short film oddity from Flying Lotus.

Catcon LA Presents Catvideofest with Andy Milanokis & Lil Bub

Ticketed – Who could resist 70 minutes of non-stop cat videos on the big screen! Behold, the CatVideoFest, hosted by comedian Andy Milonakis and Will Braden the man known as “The Thieving Filmmaker” coined by his cat, Henri, le Chat Noir. PLUS kitty cutie Lil BUB is joining as a special guest to answer questions and introduce the show! Come check out the ultimate collection of the best cat videos

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Florence + The Machine: “The Odyssey” LA Premiere

Ticketed – Join Florence Welch and filmmaker Vincent Haycock for the Los Angeles premiere of The Odyssey, presented by Flux, Park Pictures and The Theatre at Ace Hotel. The film, conceived by Florence Welch and Vincent Haycock for Florence + the Machine’s new album How Big How Blue How Beautiful and starring Welch, unites each of the visual film segments created for album—into a 48-minute film complete with new, connecting

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Punch-Drunk Love with a Live Orchestra at The Theatre

Ticketed – On March 5 Wordless Music and Spaceland present a special screening of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love (2002) with Jon Brion’s original score, performed live. The score has been re-orchestrated for performance by 50 members of New York’s Wordless Music Orchestra and Los Angeles’ wild Up ensemble, led by conductor Ryan McAdams and percussionists Yuri Yamashita-Morales and Wilson Torres. For this premiere event, Wordless Music has partnered with

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Riot LA presents David Cross: Making America Great Again!

Ticketed – David Cross will make america great again at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel Part of Riot LA, LA’s Alternative Comedy Festival .

Flood Magazine Presents Current

RSVP – On Friday, January 15, pick up copies of FLOOD 1 and 2 while you listen to an exclusive live performance by synth-drenched duo Dream Machines and a DJ set by KYWO. Entry is first come, first served, and strictly 21+.

Film Independent Live Read: True Romance

Ticketed – Just in time for the holiday season, writer-director Jason Reitman moves the acclaimed Live Read series from the Bing Theater at LACMA to The Theatre at Ace Hotel DTLA. Reitman has chosen Quentin Tarantino’s iconic script ‘True Romance’ and will cast it with a group of actors – starring Patricia Arquette and Christian Slater, reprising their original roles from the film – who bring their own idiosyncratic interpretations

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