Events & Festivals
Rebel Rebel presents a mix of female artists and KCRW DJs for outdoor, all-ages concerts on the Hammer grounds. The concerts are free and open to the public without tickets or reservations, so you’ll want to arrive early to be sure to get a spot. A cash bar will offer drinks and light snacks starting at 6:30 and the music starts at 7:30pm. The museum galleries will stay open until 9pm, so you can check out the galleries in between sets, while the museum grounds will close at 11pm.
Sound in Focus
It wouldn't be summer in Los Angeles without free concerts in cool, outdoor places from KCRW. Sound in Focus, their latest collaboration with the Annenberg Space for Photography, is a month of free, all ages outdoor concerts. Headliners include Miguel, Paul Oakenfold and Rodrigo y Gabriela. The concerts will be on the lawn at Century Park, right next to the Annenberg Space for Photography. In addition to music and photography, visitors can take a tour of Skylight Studios, picnic on the lawn (bring your own or indulge in food truck fare) and grab a drink in the beer garden. The concerts are free, but you must RSVP beforehand, and entry is granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
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