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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Bloomfest LA, Tonalism, Monster Movie Matinee

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Bloom: "Named in honor of community activist Joel Bloom (1948-2007), BloomfestLA celebrates all things a’bloomin’ in Downtown Los Angeles — art, music, and even the environment … yep, blooms!" 2:00-10:00 p.m. Downtown Arts District, 3rd St. & Traction Ave. (near Wurstküche, Zip Fusion Sushi, K-Town BBQ, Angel City Brewing), Free.

Listen: An all-night ambient music happening is happening in Eagle Rock. "Tonalism is a dusk-to-dawn event inspired by La Monte Young's "Dream House" as well as the work of musicians and composers such as Terry Riley. Yoko Ono and John Cage. Tonalism combines harmonious textures in a surround sound system with visual elements to create an atmosphere where the audience is encouraged to bring pillows, cushions, and sleeping bags to lay down, lsiten and watch for an extended period of time." Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, 2225 Colorad Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041, 6:00pm-6:00am

Journey: In conjunction with the Tim Burton exhibition currently on view at LACMA, today's Monster Movie Matinee takes a Journey To The Center Of The Earth at the Bing Theater . "A team of scientists, determined to reach the earth's core, descends down an Icelandic volcano, and encounters numerous dangers from prehistoric beasts, spewing lava, and perilous abysses." Free to LACMA members; $5 non-members, Tickets at 323 857-6010 or purchase online. 2:00 p.m.

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