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Special Events

Jordi Alcaraz: Defying Boundaries
Thru Aug 31. Jack Rutberg Fine Art. Museum-scale exhibition of large and small works.

Independent Shakespeare Festival
Thru Sep 2. Celebrates 15th Anniversary. Midsummer Night's Dream and Titus Andronicus performed at Old Zoo in Griffith Park.

Friday Night Music Series
Thru Aug 31. Original Farmers Market. Every Friday on the West Patio featuring L.A.'s best musicians.

Ford Theatres 2018 Season
Thru Oct 28 Music, dance, film, theatre events for young and old; free jam sessions Mondays at 7pm; Big World Fun for kids Saturdays at 10am.

Fireworks Spectacular with the Go-Gos
Jul 2-4. Hollywood Bowl. The 80s girl group reunites...with fireworks!

On Your Feet!
Jul 6 - 29. Hollywood Pantages Theatre. The inspiring true story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.

Ace of LA: Beauty is Pain
Jul 7 - 29. Artists Corner. In a city of dreamers, Mexico's Ace of LA sells the dream with fresh bright colors.

Cry It Out
Jul 14 - Aug 19. West Coast Premiere. An honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood. Echo Theatre Company at the Atwater Village Theatre.

Arrival & Departure
Jul 14 - Sep 30. The world premiere of a modern-day stage adaptation of the 1945 film, Brief Encounter, performed in Spoken English and American Sign Language. Fountain Theatre.

Outfest Under the Stars
Jul 18 - 21. The Ford Theatres. Four films, including Bad Reputation, Joan Jett documentary, part of the Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival.

Roaring Nights
Jul 20, Aug 17, Sep 14. L.A. Zoo. 21+ summer night series features animal spotlights, dance areas, and food trucks.

Jul 20. The 11:11. World premiere about a big Hollywood star.

Bernard Cohen, Michael Kidner, and Richard Smith: London in the 60s
Jul 21 - Sep 8. Louis Stern Fine Arts. British abstract painters who defined cultural scene.

Mayakovsky and Stalin
Jul 21 - Aug 19. World premiere explores the relationship between Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, his wife Nadya and of Soviet poet Vladimir.

10th Annual Taste of Farmers Market
Jul 24. Original Farmers Market. Over 50 delicious tastes from your favorite Market merchants. www/

Jul 27-29. Hollywood Bowl. A delightful theatrical experience for the entire family.

Tajmo: The Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' Band
Aug 1. Hollywood Bowl. The Masters of the blues team up; special guests Melissa Etheridge and Deva Mahal.

Aug 2 - 26. Hollywood Pantages Theatre. The irresistible new hit musical, based on Adrienne Shelly's film.

Brew at the Zoo
Aug 3. L.A.'s most unique brewfest lets you sample beer from local craft and microbreweries, music, zoo keeper talks.

Niall Horan
Aug 7 -8. Greek Theatre. Chart-topping Irish singer.

Ziggy Marley
Aug 10. The Roxy.

Ben Vereen
Aug 10 & 11. Catalina Jazz Club. Legendar Tony Award-winning performer (Pippin, Jesus Christ Superstar) in a rare club date.

Randy Newman
Aug 12. Hollywood Bowl. The acclaimed songwriter performs selections from each of his eleven studio album.

A Paranormal Night with Alice Cooper
Aug 12. Greek Theatre. Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley opens.

Jews, Christians, and Screwing Stalin
Aug 18. Matrix Theatre. World Premiere of the outrageous comedy, inspired by a true story. ..

The Man Who Saved Everything
Aug 24. Theatre West. The world premiere of an original drama by Benjamin Scuglia is a timely, compelling exploration of hoarding, family and memory, our possessions, and the connections that bind us together.

Alice in Chains
Aug 29. Hollywood Palladium. The legendary Seattle grunge rockers.

Cinecon 54 Classic Film Festival
Aug 30 -Sep 3. The Egyptian Theatre. Features rare, unusual and unjustly forgotten movies from the silent and early sound era with celebrity guests and movie memorabilia.

John Williams: Maestro of the Movies
Aug 31 - Sep 2. Hollywood Bowl. John Williams, Hollywood's beloved master of cinematic scores.

Fireworks Finale: Harry Connick, Jr.
Sep 7 - 9. Hollywood Bowl. The beloved New Orleans native throws a party to celebrate the 300th birthday of New Orleans.

The Zombies
Sep 10. Troubadour. The iconic British rock legends.

Beautiful - The Carole King Musical
Sep 12 - 30. Pantages Theatre. Hit musical based on the inspiring true story of Carol King's rise to stardom.

The Mojave Project
Sep 12 - Nov 18 Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE). An experimental transmedia project explores the Mojave Desert.

Sep 15 - Oct 21. Atwater Village Theatre. The West Coast premiere of dark and topical satire of American office culture.

Voodoo Threauxdown
Sep. 15. Greek Theatre. A who's who of New Orleans musicians bring Mardi Gras

LA Film Festival
Sep 20-28. Arclight Cinemas. Showcases compelling independent films, TV and episodic working from emerging storytellers.

Blood Orange
Sep 21. Greek Theatre. Hitmaker Dev Hynes brings his sleek and sexy R&B electronica sound to the Greek.

Southside Johnny and the Asbury Dukes
Sep 22. Whisky-a-Go-Go. Legendary Jersey rockers and Springsteen cohorts play the Whisky a-Go-Go.

Sep 28. Hollywood Bowl. Multi-genre musician Beck brings a career-spanning retrospective to the Bowl.