Hey, we get it – Los Angeles is a big city. Not only are there endless opportunities for coffee stops, beach visits, and celebrity sightings, but the metropolis also boasts an absolutely massive catalogue of events. Even on a daily basis, the list of things to do can certainly seem a little overwhelming at times. Somewhere, among the hazy smog that engulfs the city, lies a hotbed of culture and
RSVP – the relaunch of Mondrian Sessions is back with a live acoustic set from indie duo Alexander Jean (Mark Ballas and wife BC Jean), where they will perform tracks from their new EP #HighEnough at 8:00pm during a poolside performance. The Mondrian Sessions is an exclusive recurring music night featuring performances from notable and up + coming music artists. This will kick off the return of the monthly poolside
Open – Get 4th of July ready with Wildfox tomorrow from 6-9pm at our Sunset store. There will be drinks, treats & a few lucky raffle winners.
Invite Only – This year marks the 10th anniversary of ESSENCE’s Black Women in Hollywood Awards, an annual event that celebrates groundbreaking and superbly talented Black women in Hollywood. And, for the first time, ESSENCE will switch the event from an afternoon luncheon to an exciting evening gala, where the next generation of Hollywood stars will be celebrated. Honorees at this year’s event are Insecure’s Issa Rae, musician and Hidden
Wednesday February 8th 7 p.m. Ticketed. Citi Sound Vault Presents Sting at The Palladium 7 p.m. Invite Only. House of Stoli Grammy Celebration 8 p.m. Invite Only. Esquire
toasts to Grammy host James Corden at Sunset Tower 8:30 p.m. Invite Only. Mind of Genius Pre-Grammy Party Thursday February 9th 11 a.m. Invite Only. 59th Annual Grammy Awards Official Backstage Gift Lounge 12 p.m. Open. Masterpass #ThankTheFans House at Gibson Brand
Ticketed – This New Year’s Eve, West Coast charm collides with Each Coast chic at 1 Oak L.A., the internationally acclaimed nightclub where Los Angeles’s jet-setting revelers will usher in the New Year in megawatt style. With a name that is synonymous with exclusive nightlife culture, 1 Oak ignites L.A. this New Year’s Eve with a glam-filled NYE bash true to its namesake, offering tickets to a 1 Of a
The new troublesome around town Chris Brown and Dan Bilzerian made an exciting entrance at the 2016 MAXIM Halloween Party, produced by Karma International, where guests sipped on CÎROC Mango, Tequila Don Julio Blanco and Don Julio 1942 at the Shrine Auditorium on Saturday night. We guaranteed a bloody good time, and that was exactly the case! Creative Director Ryan Patterson and his team transformed the venue in to a
Ticketed – Great Horror Movie Night, with the special screening of the final movie on Friday, May 13th with the appropriately timed showing of Friday the 13th. We would love to have you join us for a spooky night! Brought to you by Ten Thirty One Productions, the outdoor horror movie night series is shown under the stars at Griffith Park’s old abandoned zoo with themed live pre-show entertainment and
Ticketed – Good performances are the basis of great films. It is often said that a director’s job is almost done in the casting room. Hear from two different points of view on what’s behind a great performance as director James Ponsoldt and members of his cast discuss the ways in which they collaborated to create memorable moments in The End of the Tour. Panelists include: James Ponsoldt (director, The
Open – DavidBartonGym locations nationwide will be opening their doors to the public on Christmas day and New Year’s Eve, December 25th and 31st, giving members and non-members alike the opportunity to stay TRIM with an exclusive 60-minute, full body weight training workout to stave-off excess holiday wrapping around your mid-section. NON-MEMBERS call 877.579.1300 for the guest list or go to davidbartongym.com/specialoffer.