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Each year the City of West Hollywood celebrates LGBTQ Pride through art and history, focusing on telling the stories of our community and history. Events take place from Harvey Milk Day (May 22) to June 30. This year the theme is ‘Love is Love.’ Check the website for dates, locations, times, and prices.
Award-winning South Asian dance team UCLA Taara combines several Indian classical styles, while UCLA’s premier South Asian a cappella team, Naya Zamaana, performs a unique fusion of Bollywood and Western popular music. Fowler Out Loud is an evening concert series that invites UCLA students from various disciplines to perform at the museum.
The Korean Classical Music and Dance Company performs ceremonial court and social folk dances integral to Korean culture in a presentation that intersperses educational segments with Korean folk dances and music, including the Flower Crown Dance (a court dance), Changgo dance (accompanied by hourglass-shaped drums), Kayagum (folk song played with 12-stringed instrument, Bu Chae Chum (fan dance), and more. Performers are dressed in traditional, colorful costumes.
Five Keys Schools and Programs presents its 6th Annual Art Show, titled ‘Dream On,’ on May 30, 2019 from 6pm-8pm, at the Pasadena Convention Center’s Exhibit Hall & Ballroom. This news/note-worthy event is FREE and will be opened to the public. ‘Dream On’ will be centered around a push for the students of the Five Keys Schools and Programs (previously/currently incarcerated individuals) to understand that dreams are not a waste of time; they’re realities in waiting. This one-night event showcases…
The Lummis Day Festival celebrates the patchwork of cultures that enriches the city. Artists represent Latino, Tagalog, Native American, Anglo, and African American traditions. Music includes blues, rock, banda, salsa, jazz, and country. Dance troupes represent Philippine, Mexican, Pacific Island, Irish, and jazz dance traditions. Poets, painters, and culinary artists – all with local connections – add to the Festival’s collection of cultures. Various Locations in Highland Park including Avenue 50 at York Blvd, Sycamore Grove Park and Lummis…
National Gay Pride Month is a citywide celebration of Gay Pride in Los Angeles. The celebration will acknowledge Southern California’s LGBT contributions in the areas of education, politics, the arts, culture, and the humanities. Events include educational programs, gallery exhibitions, theater, and dance performances. Various sites throughout Los Angeles Check online for detail on events, dates and times.
The historic Ford Theatres presents a summer season of music, dance, theatre, film and family events in its 1,200-seat outdoor Amphitheatre. Picnicking is encouraged! Food and beverages are available for purchase onsite. Check online for detail on performances, ticket prices, dates and times.
The Hollywood Bowl is the summer venue for the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Nearly 80 concerts are presented during summer each year, including orchestral, jazz, popular, and world music. Check website for events and times
Grand Performances’ summer series celebrates our City’s rich diversity through performing arts. Reflecting the best of global culture through an eclectic line up of world music, dance, and theater at a stunning outdoor venue in Downtown LA, Grand Performances is where Angelenos make summer GRAND. 8:00 p.m., Check website for full schedule
Home of American Ballet Theatre principal dancer and superstar MISTY COPELAND, SPCB presents its annual Spring showcase featuring students from the ballet school and students from the DancEd Steps Up program showing off newly acquired skills, and members of SPCB’S professional-level company in new choreographic works.