Invite Only – Playboy and Gramercy Pictures will throw the most talked-about party during Comic-Con weekend as they celebrate the new science fiction thriller Self/less (in theaters nationwide Friday, July 10) at San Diego’s Parq Restaurant & Nightclub. Upon arrival, VIP guests will walk through a lab experience inspired by the movie before entering the venue’s nightclub where they’ll be encouraged to “take on a new identity” for the evening
Ticketed – Catch the Bixel Boys tomorrow night at Create in Hollywood. The diverse DJ duo dabbles in everything from experimental bass music to bouncy house jams, along with 70’s rock, 90’s hip hop, and Berlin techno.
Ticketed – Head over to Los Globos for another A CLUB CALLED RHONDA installment w/ music by Cut Copy DJs, Super Flu, Kornél Kovács, & More.
Invite Only – HUF is hosting a fun Private Party in honor of the opening of their store off of Fairfax with a DJ set by Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Open – Come join us at Space15Twenty’s UO and Strumly for a night of music and fun! Complimentary drinks by House Beer and shops set up by Flynn Skye, Sicky’s Eyewear and Issa De’ Mar.
RSVP – Get Nicole Richie’s smoky eye from Beau Nelson, celebrity make-up artist. Make-up by appointment only. Each appointment lasts 15 minutes. We will provide you with an appointment time when you RSVP to this event.
Last night, on July 10th, 2015, the cast of Woody Allen’s latest film, which includes Emma Stone, Joaquin Phoenix and Parker Posey, gathered for the Irrational Man premiere hosted by SVEDKA Vodka at the WGA Theater Theater. Emma looked radiant at the screening in a Giambattista Valli dress with other notable guests, including Adrian Brody, Lara Lieto, Cat Kramer, Meredith Hagner, Francis York, and producer Steven Tenenbaum. After the premiere
Open – The Concerts at The Pier series presents by KCRW is picking back up on July 9th starting of with Morris Day & Dam Funk.
RSVP – Please join us for a conversation with Nicole Richie and Sophia Rossi of Hello Giggles at the House of Harlow 1960 pop-up at The Grove. Must RSVP to attend this private event.
Ticketed – Turbo Kid has been heralded as one of the breakout midnight ‘cult’ movies of 2015 due to its glorious cartoon violence and sincere love of 80’s awesomeness. While each musician shares countless influences from the past, Neon Indian (Alan Palomo) and Toro Y Moi (Chaz Bundick) continue to push their styles in new sonic directions, and tonight they will battle. Six films will make their Los Angeles premiere.