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Pencil This In: Beats and Bites, Shulman Screening, Free Concert, Artemis Fowl
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Beats and Bites @The Viceroy Santa Monica
Viceroy Santa Monica and DJ Garth Trinidad are bringing an international flavor to the beach this summer with the launch of “Beats and Bites," a unique culinary experience set to sounds from around the world. The hotel’s vibrant poolside scene will play host to Trinidad’s personal picks from Los Angeles’ renowned international music community for eight weeks only. Tonight is the kick-off night, and Trinidad will host the reggae-focused evening. Chef Tony DiSalvo (Whist) has created limited-edition menu that will take guests on an international journey incorporating flavors and recipes that pair perfectly with the live entertainment. Bites will be served on customized, individual trays for $25.00/tray. 6-9PM.
Visual Acoustics Screening
A screening of Visual Acoustics, a film about the life and work of Julius Shulman, presented by the Emerging Professionals Committees of AIA Los Angeles & Long Beach/South Bay in collaboration with the Interior Architecture Committee of AIA|LA takes place tonight at Design Within Reach in Santa Monica. 7:00 pm: Mixer and Showroom Tour, 8:00 pm: Screening. Tickets: $10 students & AIA members, $15 non- members; Suggested donations will be collected at the door on the evening of the screening--RSVP required for each guest.
Free Concert @ US Open of Surfing, Huntington Beach
During the US Open of Surfing, top musical acts are joining the action for a series of free concerts on the sands of Huntington Beach. Today it's Bedouin Soundclash preceded by Iration from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Join Vromans for the debut performance of Eoin Colfer's upcoming Artemis Rocks! Tour!! Be the very first to see this new multimedia stage show, starring Eoin Colfer and featuring comedy, a musical performance and an interview with Artemis Fowl himself! Audience participation and a book signing are also included in this exciting, fun filled evening. This is a ticketed event. The cost of the ticket is $17.99 (plus tax) and includes a copy of the book, Artemis Fowl #7: Atlantis Complex. Ticket and book pick up will open at the Playhouse by 5 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m.; do not arrive any earlier than 5 p.m. at the Pasadena Playhouse.
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