April's tour and talk will focus on the periodic table, featuring a discussion with author Sam Kean; his bestseller, The Disappearing Spoon makes the seemingly dry topic exciting, focusing on the behind-the-scenes passion and betrayal in the scientific world. Afterwards, catch a DJ set from resident KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez featuring dynamic LA pop duo KISSES. The live performances in the mammal hall steal the show here though, always featuring up-and-coming hipster favorites. This month catch Dan Deacon, a composer-slash-social change proponent, and the buzzworthy performance-art punk rockers Japanther.
|Venue name:||Natural History Museum||Contact:|
900 Exposition Blvd
|Opening hours:||9:30am-5pm daily|
|Price:||General Admission Feb-May $18; General Admission June $25; Members Free|