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TALKING HEADS – STOP MAKING SENSE

TALKING HEADS STOP MAKING SENSE AT EXPOSITION PARK, JUNE 25 @ 9PM

Virtual appearance by Tiny Weymouth and Chris Frantz with Live DJ sets curated by Dublab

WUTI Crush Palace present the first of the Sounds of Summer films at Exposition Park in Los Angeles with Stop Making Sense by Talking HeadsStop Making Sense is considered to be one of the greatest concert films ever made, shot at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983 by Director Jonathan Demme. Kinetic, uplifting, intelligent but unpretentious, joyous but never pandering – on its release audiences danced through the aisles. The film famously opens with frontman David Byrne, his guitar and boombox, then proceeds to build the staging, and the band (including founding members bassist Tina Weymouth & drummer Chris Frantz and a show-stopping cadre of backup singers) towards an ecstatic conclusion.

Stop Making Sense at Exposition Park (South Lawn, 500 Exposition Park Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90037) is a once in a lifetime opportunity for lovers of cinema who want to feel the excitement of large scale in-person events again. The Sounds of Summer series is for all of us that have missed the experience of shared music over the past year. Now that we can finally be in-person S.O.S. brings the finest musically driven, landmark cinema to screens for us to celebrate together! Each Sounds of Summer event is set to be a unique experience with director conversations, featured talent, guest DJs, and unexpected happenings.

Curated food, beverage and alcohol concessions will be available exclusively through the GoPuff app via geo-fenced technology. Guests will be able to order items online or via the gopuff app throughout the film screening series for pickup onsite.

Fifteen percent of the ticket sales and concession profits will be donated to My Friend’s Place. My Friend’s Place is a non-profit that has been assisting and inspiring youth experiencing homelessness to build self-sufficient lives for over 33 years. From their early beginnings as a volunteer-based group, to the dynamic resource centre that they operate today, My Friend’s Place offers a comprehensive continuum of services to nearly 1,200 youth experiencing homelessness between the ages of 12 and 25, and their children, each year, helping them move toward wellness, stability and self-sufficiency.

Sounds of Summer is run in partnership by all women collectives; Women Under The Influence and Crush Palace, who strive towards beautifully curated events, fostering a sense of community with like-minded collaborators.

FRIDAY, JUNE 25

STOP MAKING SENSE at Exposition Park

introduced by TINA WEYMOUTH & CHRIS FRANTZ

Live DUBLAB DJ Sets

Doors: 6:00pm

Main Feature: 8:45pm

Close: 12:00am

Ticket price:

General Admission $25 + tax per person

TRULY VIP $35 + tax per person

Purchase HERE.

LOCATION:

Exposition Park – South Lawn

500 Exposition Park Dr

Los Angeles, CA 90037

The Original Misfits Announce Special Show in Los Angeles

LA DESCENDS INTO HOLLYWOOD BABYLON!

THE ORIGINAL MISFITS ANNOUNCE SPECIAL SHOW IN LOS ANGELES AT BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM

Rise Against, The Distillers, Anti-Nowhere League and Cro-Mags Join June 29th Show as Special Guests

Tickets On Sale to General Public Starting Friday, April 5th

Today The Original MISFITS announced a very special 2019 U.S. date that will take place Saturday, June 29th at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, CA. The Original Misfits features original singer/songwriter Glenn Danzig and original bassist Jerry Only. Rise Against, The Distillers, Anti-Nowhere League and Cro-Mags will join the epic event as special guests.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, April 5th at 10am local time at LiveNation.com.

From the time of their first gig in 1977, the MISFITS and their iconic imagery went on to become one of the most crucially influential, genre-defying bands to ever emerge from North America. The MISFITS significance extends well beyond the narrowed path of punk rock, metal & hardcore. Although not cognizant of how significant they would become, what the Original MISFITS achieved in their initial seven-year window deconstructed and redefined rock music.  

The MISFITS with Danzig’s anthemic songs and unmistakable voice, Only’s ferocious bass sound, and the Original MISFITS melody-induced choruses and authentically bruising musicianship, cemented their importance with all ensuing generations. And now legions of diehard fans from around the world will have the opportunity to hear the Original Band that forges a level of intensity unprecedented in the new millennium. Don’t miss this important chapter in the legendary band’s legacy of brutality.

About Live Nation Entertainment

Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com

About Banc of California Stadium

Located in the heart of Los Angeles in Exposition Park, Banc of California Stadium is the first open-air stadium built in Los Angeles since Dodger Stadium in 1962. Home to the Los Angeles Football Club, the stadium is a $370 million, state-of-the-art, world-class venue specifically designed to present all types of star-studded live entertainment and creates an unparalleled fan experience for music, sports, and more. At a capacity of 23,500 for concerts (22,000 for soccer), the venue’s unique “outdoor arena” design provides for an intimate experience with excellent sightlines of the stage from every seat and superior quality sound throughout the house. Banc of California Stadium sits atop the hallowed grounds of the former Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, which hosted some of the most legendary music artists of all time — befitting its history, the new stadium continues the tradition of presenting the very best in live entertainment. For more information, visit www.bancofcaliforniastadium.com

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Rolling Loud

Fresh off a massively successful festival in the Bay Area, Rolling Loud heads down I-5 to Los Angeles to host another carnival for the culture. Bringing out hip-hop’s best and brightest to the City of Stars for a nonstop two-day event, Rolling Loud Los Angeles proudly unveils the lineup for its 2018 edition. Headlined by Billboard chart dominators Cardi B and Post Malone, Rolling Loud L.A. gathers an unbeatable variety of artists from across the rap spectrum, from established stars like Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Wiz Khalifa, and Young Thug, to meteoric risers like Gunna, Juice WRLD, Lil Skies and Trippie Redd, to promising newcomers like Flipp Dinero, YBW Melly, wifisfuneral, Yung Bans, and Lil Mosey, to West Coast heroes like Ty Dolla $ign, Tyga, Nipsey Hussle, Shoreline Mafia, Yung Pinch, and Roddy Ricch, plus many others. Occurring on December 14th and 15th at the Banc of California Stadium Grounds in Downtown L.A., Rolling Loud Los Angeles is the perfect opportunity for rap fans to send off the year in style. Buy tickets exclusively at www.rollingloud.com.

Growing from a single day Miami-based festival into a global company and the biggest live brand in rap music, Rolling Loud’s success embodies the spirit of Hip-Hop. In September, Rolling Loud founders Matt Zingler & Tariq Cherif hosted Rolling Loud Bay Area 2018. Headlined by turn-up titan Travis Scott and Taylor Gang ringleader Wiz Khalifa, the artist roster for Rolling Loud Bay Area was as star-studded as they come, boasting Hip-Hop heavy hitters like Rae Sremmurd, Pusha T, Gucci Mane, and Kevin Gates, local heroes like E-40, IAMSU!, Kamaiyah, Mozzy, and P-Lo, XXL Freshmen like Trippie Redd, wifisfuneral and BlocBoy JB, and other rapidly rising stars, including Juice WRLD, Lil Baby, Yung Bans, Lil Skies, and Saweetie. Occurring over two days on the grounds of Oakland Coliseum, Rolling Loud Bay Area brought a blast of hyphy local energy that the rap game desperately needs.

Buy Tickets for Rolling Loud Los Angeles: rollingloud.com/losangeles

Watch the Rolling Loud Los Angeles trailer:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5apN3cvQKFk

Featuring a three day lineup and moving from Bayfront Park to Hard Rock Stadium, Rolling Loud Miami proved that bigger is better in 2018. With over 140 artists performing during an action-packed weekend, Rolling Loud Miami 2018 brought capacity crowds each day to the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens earlier this month. Headlined by J. Cole, Travis Scott & Future, Rolling Loud 2018 boasted performances from heavy-hitters like Migos and Lil Uzi Vert, veterans like N*E*R*D, The Diplomats and Juicy J, established names such as Young Thug, Big K.R.I.T., Young Dolph and Rick Ross, and risers like Playboi Carti, Lil Skies, Ski Mask The Slump God, Trippie Redd and many more. Founded by Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, recently the new subject of a feature in the Wall Street Journal, Rolling Loud continues to expand its profile as one of the most successful and valuable festival brands in the music business.

Be sure to check out Rolling Loud’s Instagram for the latest updates: Instagram.com/rollingloud

Listen to the Rolling Loud playlist: http://open.spotify.com/playlist/0DWU77onMykmFpoSfedN1A?si=1Fb7f4IESYW5oE4FuO2ubg

Check out the Rolling Loud Miami Aftermovie:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXiwF7NW4DM

“Rolling Loud — which has rapidly become the most essential annual hip-hop festival — was the fire-hot center of the SoundCloud rap explosion last year” The New York Times

“One of hip-hop’s biggest festivals” The Wall Street Journal

“The country’s premier hip-hop festival” Billboard

The Background:
Rolling Loud Festival is one of rap’s premier music festival experiences. The festival was the brainchild of co-founders Tariq Cherif and Matthew Zingler, who began organizing shows in 2010. The two created Rolling Loud Festival in 2015 as a one-day festival for 6,000 attendees. Three years later, the festival’s Miami chapter has expanded into a three-day event, with the festival expanding worldwide in the coming year.

About Banc of California Stadium
Located in the heart of Los Angeles in Exposition Park, next to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the California Science Center, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, the California African American Museum, and close to the University of Southern California, Banc of California Stadium is the first open-air stadium built in Los Angeles since Dodger Stadium in 1962. The stadium is a $350 million, state-of-the-art, world-class venue specifically designed to present all types of star-studded live entertainment and creates an unparalleled fan experience for music, sports, and more. At a capacity of 23,500 for concerts (22,000 for soccer), the venue’s unique design provides for an intimate experience with excellent sightlines of the stage from every seat and superior quality sound throughout the house. Banc of California Stadium sits atop the hallowed grounds of the former Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, which hosted some of the most legendary music artists of all time — befitting its history, the new stadium will continue the tradition of hosting the very best in live entertainment.

LA Soul Music Fest 2017

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Article and Photography by Archie J Howard III

The second annual 2017 LA Soul Music Festival ended abruptly with the cancellation of  Sunday’s performances. Fans didn’t get a chance to hear the sounds of Musiq Soulchild, After 7, Blackstreet, and others that were scheduled for the weekend’s finale, but refunds will be issued out for the canceled performances.

 

 

The LA Soul Music Festival is a 3-day event where the diehard music fan, young or old, can enjoy the live sounds of their favorite artists. Friday and Saturday, Exposition Park was flooded with music lovers ready for the festivities to begin. Friday kicked off with performances by MAJOR, Yuna, Ro James, August Alsina and K. Michelle.

 

Saturday’s event was met with canceled performances from a few of the artists, including the headliner Tyrese. Fans did enjoy amazing shows by Avant, Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick, and Anthony Hamilton and the Hamiltones.

 

During the weekend, people were met with food, clothing and wine vendors throughout the venue as well as a DJ that kept the crowd’s interest between acts.

 

 

Though the weekend didn’t end the way most people would have liked, many still enjoyed their time.

 

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