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Get Out: CicLAvia, Grand Ole Echo & REDCAT Theatre

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COUNTRY (THE GOOD KIND!): This spring and summer The Grand Ole Echo will be hosting bands playing Americana and country music every Sunday in the Spring/Summer at the Echo. Tonight is series kicks off with Jeremy Little, Nearly Beloved, Old Californio, Walter Spencer and Friends and Fair Market Band. Doors open at 5:30 pm and it goes on until 9 pm. For more information, check out the Grand Ole Echo's website.

CULTURE: Join the city of Malibuas they celebrate and honor the Chumash Indians—Malibu’s first settlers at the 14th Annual Chumash Day Powwow and Intertribal Gathering. Today is the second and last day of the powwow. There will be Chumash history storytelling, and Native American foods and arts and crafts will also be for sale. The ceremony is at Bluff’s Park and will be from 10am-5pm. Admission and parking are both free.

THEATER: Head to the REDCAT in Downtown for your last chance to see My Barbarian: Post Living Ante-Action Theatre will stage their new production "Post Paradise, Aren't You Sorry Now"? The production is an exploration of historical and contemporary social issues through songs, games, and acting. The show tonight begins at 7 pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased here.

And don't forget to check out Your Guide to the Guides: CicLAvia that kicks off shortly.