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Get Out: Vegan Beer Fest, Cinco De Melt-O and 'Paradise Trilogy'
By Maddy Keavy
COMEDY: Meltdown Comics is giving audiences a funny way to celebrate the fifth of May on the fourth of May with Cinco De Melt-O. The event features sketches and stand-up performances in the spirit of the day, hosted by Jake Baumgart and Adam Murray. Comedians performing include DC Pierson, Dan Telfer, Ricky Carmona, and Ed Salazar. Admission is free and so is the beer. Meltdown Comics is located at 7522 Sunset Boulevard, and for more information, visit its website.
VEGAN: QuarryGirl, Tony’s Darts and The Roxy present the Los Angeles Vegan Beer and Food Festival today starting at 1 pm for guests 21 and over. Food will be plentiful, featuring STREET, Chicago Vegan Foods, Mandoline Grill, and Seabirds and many more, with a full list here. With more than forty beers on tap like Golden Road, Anchor, Hangar 24, Noble and AVBC. General Admission tickets are on sale at the event for $50. The event is located at 8950 W. Sunset Boulevard, and more information can be found here.
FILM: Austrian filmmaker Ulrich Seidl will be in person for the showing of his "Paradise Trilogy" at Cinefamily tonight. "Paradise: Love" will be shown at 4 pm, "Paradise: Faith" will be shown at 7 pm and "Paradise: Love" will be shown at 10:15 pm. Ulrich will be in person for an audience question and answer session after the screening of "Paradise: Faith." Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online. Event information can be found on the Cinefamily website.
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