Take a break from LA….
Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle started on Thursday…..The annual music, arts and camp-out festival celebrates its 10-year anniversary featuring international favorites Flume, SBTRKT, Tycho,RL Grime, AlunaGeorge, Odesza, Panda Bear, and Goldroom.
A talented corp of house musicians is highlighted by Germany’s Ame, emerging Australian DJ Thomas Jack, UK legend John Digweed, Shiba San and Bakermat and many more. Bass enthusiasts will be pleased to see GRiZ, The Opiuo Band, Zion I and KOAN Sound on the roster. Indie favorites Made In Heights, Polica, Active Child, Les Sins (side project of Toro y Moi) and SOHN will also take the stage, while festival mainstays like Lucent Dossier Experience, Random Rab, and The Human Experience return for Lightning in a Bottle 2015.
The 5-day camping festival will take place 25 minutes north of Paso Robles on California’s central coast at San Antonio Recreation Area in Bradley, CA over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21 – 25, 2015).
Check out the official 2015 Lighting in a Bottle video Anything is Possible, which illuminates the impossible wonder that is LIB. Featuring music from performers Flume and the Ambassadeurs, this year’s video focuses on core tenants of Lightning in a Bottle: nature, growth and freedom of self-expression.
Tickets are on sale at Lightning in a Bottle’s website. Full weekend passes start at $260.
Greg Cruz and the Venice Street Legends pay tribute to the late great B.B. King at the Venice Bistro.
Cruz opens up the evening to other performers (CHECK Venice Street Legends FB Page – To be considered, YOU must SEND A LINK of your performing) to come sign up and sit in with the Venice Street Legends.
See FB Event page here.
What: Live Music, The Venice Street Legends
Where: The Venice Bistro, 323 Ocean Front Walk 90291
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
FB Page: Venice Street Legends Page
In Pasadena…Armory Center for the Arts (145 N. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, 91103) hosts a screening tonight of The Motherhood Archives, a film by Irene Lusztig from 8-10pm. http://www.armoryarts.org/