This powerful match-up of the Mexican guitar duo and Dudamel makes for a night of rhythmic revelry. Rodrigo y Gabriela and the orchestra will mesmerize with their charismatic chemistry, epic licks and intimate instrumentals – another captivating Bowl night.
LA’s Taco Festival returns to Grand Park in support of ending youth homelessness in Los Angeles.The festival is organized by and benefits Jovenes, Inc., a non-profit organization in Boyle Heights that provides housing and supportive services to homeless youth between the ages of 18-25.Enjoy some of the most delicious tacos Los Angeles has to offer, including Kogi BBQ, Epic Gourmet Taco Catering, Thai-Mex Cocina and many more. Live music performances will be held all throughout the day, with interactive activities and vendor booths.
The ever-versatile Queen Latifah returns to her throne for a soul-driven set showcasing the emotional power of her voice and her sophisticated presence as a singer. Fresh off his second Academy Award® nomination for Best Original Song – an award he won in 2013 for “Glory” – rapper, poet, and actor Common fuses social justice and large-hearted positivity for a highly charismatic performance.
David will be performing songs from his new album American Utopia, out March 9th, as well as classics from his solo career and days with the Talking Heads. Performing with David will be an 12-piece untethered band.
“We’ll be doing some new songs… and many others that will, I assume, be familiar. I’m excited. This is the most ambitious show I’ve done since the shows that were filmed for ‘Stop Making Sense,’ so fingers crossed.” - David Byrne
Chinese punk, post-punk, ritual performance, film, psychedelia and more come together for a night unlike any other at The Broad. Post-punk band Re-TROS rocks the East West Bank Stage with special guests, Los Angeles band Xiu Xiu. MIIIA pumps out her rave-inspired beats. Daniel Collás, Juliet Swango and Jie Ma perform Collás’ original score to accompany Zhou Hongbo’s film Lotus Ferry. Asian Dope Boys celebrate the euphoria and psychedelia of Eastern religions, art, music and dance in collaboration with Aïsha Devi, who channels metaphysical research and ritualistic practice into an alternate club environment. Oculus Hall transforms into an underground Beijing punk club with back-to-back sets by FAZI, Hell City and Shave ‘N’ Shut. Meanwhile, Yan Jun presents work incorporating field recording, voice, feedback and his own body in response to the architecture of the museum. Composer Ji Dongyong presents Ban for the 37-reed sheng, performed by Dai Zifan paired with electronics and live digital projections. Happenings are 21+. Happenings are 21+.