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Get Out: Malibu Arts Fest, Origami Vinyl In-Store, Tequila Day Triathlon, 'Trip'-py Music, Midnight Horror Movie
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Malibu Arts Festival
Today (and tomorrow) from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm is the 39th annual Malibu Arts Festival, a free event that includes exhibits from over 200 artists, food, live music, and more. Browse, shop, listen, learn, and enjoy. @ County Lot on Civic Center Way (between Cross Creek Road and Webb Way).
Origami Vinyl In-Store w/James Apollo...and Ice Cream!
Today at 4 p.m. is a free in-store performance by James Apollo at Origami Vinyl [LAist Intervieww/owner Neil Schield]. And, parked nearby will be the Lake Street Creamery truck, so you can indulge your sweet tooth with their delicious handmade ice cream.
Tequila Day Triathlon @Rush Street
Today is National Tequila Day, and the celebration goes all day at Culver City's Rush Street. They're having a Tequila Triathlon, which goes as follows: From 3-7PM, a 2-FOR-1 deal is available from the happy hour menu of any featured tequila beverage. From 7-10PM, a TEQUILA TASTING TRIO of Asom Broso Anejo, Tequila Ocho Blanco & Tres Generations Reposado - (1/2 ounce of each) is available for $18. From 10-2AM, TEQUILA BOTTLE SERVICE with special pricing and special Tequila-inspired fun for the whole table will be available in addition to DJ “Senor AC” on the turntables and dancing til close.
sound. @ the Kings Road Park Pavilion: Scott Benzel
SASSAS, the Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound, presents Music from the Trip (1967) in the style of a Scott Benzel Schoenberg/Gershwin tennis match, observed in passing by Dr. Oskar Janiger, for String Quartet, Electric Bass, Electric Guitar and Percussion by L.A.-based artist and composer Scott Benzel. General admission is $12. @Kings Road Park Pavilion in West Hollywood at 5pm.
Midnight Movie: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 @The New Beverly
See The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) at a special midnight showing at the New Bev. Actress Caroline Williams will appear IN PERSON, schedule permitting, to discuss the movie. The movie stars Dennis Hopper, Caroline Williams, Jim Siedow, Bill Moseley, Bill Johnson, and Ken Evert. 11:59pm, All Tickets $7.