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Get Out: Filipino Music, UnCabaret & Free Comedy

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COMEDY: "French Toast" is having its free weekly comedy show at 8:30 pm tonight at Taix in Echo Park at 1911 W. Sunset. Tonight's line-up features Maria Bamford, Byron Bowers, Megan Koester and Blake Wexler. As always it's hosted by Zach Sherwin and Margie Kment. For more info, check out the show's website.

GLOBAL: Tonight the Hollywood Bowl is hosting a celebration of both pop and traditional Filipino music with host of The Black Eyed Peas (and some of the other members will be showing up, too). Some of the guests include Ogie Alcasid, Becca Godinez, Dessa and the Philippine Chamber Singers. The show starts at 7 pm, and for more information and to buy tickets, visit the Hollywood Bowl's website.

PERFORMANCE: The guests at tonight's UnCabaret will be Margaret Cho, Casey Wilson, Merrill Markoe, John Riggi and Musical Guests Hilary Parkin and Victoria Levy. It's held at Bar Fedora at First and Hope. Tickets are $20 and $55 if you want dinner, too.

MUSIC: The Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles will present its last concert of the 2011-2012 season today at 3 p.m. at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Listen to LA’s youth artists perform classics such as “Piano Concerto No. 1” by Sergei Prokofiev and “Adagio for Strings” by Samuel Barber, as well as a tribute to Whitney Houston. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased here. Learn more about the group at its website.

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Valerie Chen contributed to this post.

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