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Pencil This In: Tokyo Social Club, Deep Fried DiscoXmas and The Burgundy Artist Showcase

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Royal/T is hosting Tokyo Social Club: Christmas Edition tonight with specialty cocktails, free sweets, live music, some schwag bag love from Love Shack Parties and gourmet tacos by Chef Sean Chaney. Get your tickets to this Japanese-Style holiday party and roll on out at 7 p.m. GET DEEP FRIED & DONATE
If you're not heading out of town and could use a little deep-fried disco cheer with a dash of donating goodness on the side, DiscoXmas at Libertine on Sunset is just what Santa ordered. There will be disco DJs. There will be drink specials. There will be nibbles to nosh on and delicious dancing. To join in the FREE fun, you need to bring something for donation to the LA Food Bank. Scour your shelves and plan to boogie at 9 p.m.

The Mint is hosting The Burgundy Artist Showcase tonight at 8 p.m. The event features musical stylings from emerging L.A. R&B, Jazz, Pop and Hip Hop artists as well as spoken word performances all to help raise awareness for Sickle Cell patients through Project Hemoglobin S. Tickets are $10.00.