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Don't miss the Taylor Swift Experience!

Do you know all the words to “Blank Space”? If the haters gonna hate, do you think you should just “Shake it off”? Do you know all about “Style”? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are probably ready for The Taylor Swift Experience presented by The Grammy Museum. If you consider yourself a Taylor Swift fan, or you know someone who is, this is hands down an event that you need to go to. Go more in depth through interactive experiences, look at costumes, and learn something new about this incredible performer. The Taylor Swift Experience at The Grammy Museum is open now until May 10th so be sure to head down to the Grammy Museum sometime soon! The Grammy Museum is centrally located near some of the best place to stay in Hollywood. General admission into the Grammy Museum at LA Live is $12.95 for adults, $11.95 for college students with an id, $11.95 for seniors 65 years and older, $10.95 for military personnel with valid ID, and $10 for groups of ten or more. The museum is open from Monday through Friday from 11:30am – 7:30pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 7:30pm.


The Taylor Swift Experience opened on December 13th of 2014, which is the birthday of Taylor Swift – seven-time GRAMMY winning artist. At this exhibit, you will be able to learn more about the talented 25-year-old musician, singer, songwriter, and style icon. Throughout the various displays located within the exhibit you can look at some various items of her childhood, such as some of her favorite reading books when she was a kid as well as family and childhood photos that have never been shown before. There will also be costumes on display from her RED tour, the handwritten lyrics from the hit song “22”, and the dresses that were worn by Taylor in the music video “Mean”. You will also be able to take a look at her 2009 GRAMMY Award that she won for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “White Horse”! Other things include props that were used in the music video “Shake it Off”, the dress she wore in the “Teardrop On my Guitar” music video, and the banjo she used during her 2012 performance at the 54th GRAMMY Awards, and more!

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Love is in the air at Power 106's Valentine's Crush concert!

Are you looking for romantic plans for you and your partner on Valentine’s Day? Did you book a room in one of the hotels near the Forum in Inglewood? As we approach February, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and the weekend should be spent doing something romantic with your significant other. This year, let Power 106 help you out with their latest event – Valentine’s Crush, which will take place on February 13th. Take your girlfriend or boyfriend to the Forum for a concert from hip-hop and R&B’s suave singers. This year, artists performing at Power 106’s Valentine’s Crush include John Legend, Big Sean, Ne-Yo, Mila J, Rico Love, and Eric Bellinger. Tickets can be purchased today at


It’s true. When you attend Valentine’s Crush at the Forum you are going to hear some amazing live music, but that’s not all! Due to the fact that this event will take place on Valentine’s Day weekend, there will be a special pre-show dining experience available for those who desire it. Located at the newly remodeled Northwest Terrace at the Forum, you will be able to eat from a delicious Italian meal starting at 5pm. This “date night” dinner includes an all-you-can-eat Italian buffet with all a variety of Italian dishes. Choose from the classic spaghetti and meatballs in marinara sauce, or try the tomato basil bruschetta, the tri-color rotini pasta, or the chicken cacciatore. Don’t forget delicious side items such as the classic Caesar salad, roasted vegetable risotto bites and more! With the main meal covered, don’t forget about dessert. There will be chocolate-dipped strawberries to feast on and even a romantic champagne toast at some point during the night that is included in the price of the ticket. If you are 21+ there is also a full service bar available. There is only a limited amount of pre-dinner and ticket packages so if you are interested in this, be sure to get your tickets soon!

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Music Lovers Take Notice- L.A Philharmonic Comes To Walt Disney Concert Hall

One of America’s best orchestras and one of the most enthusiastic and charismatic conductors will bring their talents to Walt Disney’s Concert Hall. Over the next four days music director Gusatavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic will be performing Bernstein and Beethoven. If you are not able to go this weekend they will be performing Mahler’s 9th next week. If you have never seen dudamel live then you will be in for a definite treat. He is an internationally acclaimed conductor who has a vibrant personality and contagious enthusiasm for classical music. Combine that with the innovative and extremely talented Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra and you have a recipe for a riveting and enjoyable show.

This upcoming “LA Phil Live” performance is rather unique because the live performance will be broadcast live in high definition at select theaters. 450 theaters will receive a high definition broadcast of three concerts that will be hosted by Vanessa Williams.

Make it a great weekend and go see the Los Angeles Philharmonic while taking up the sights and sounds of Hollywood.

Dudamel Conducts Bernstein and Beethoven


Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012



Thursday, January 06, 2011, 8:00PM

Friday, January 7, 2011, 8:00PM

Saturday, January 8, 2011, 8:00PM

Sunday, January 9, 2011, 2:00PM

La Phil Live: Dudamel Conducts Beethoven

Sunday, January 9, 2011, 2:00PM

Dudamel Conducts Mahler’s 9th.


Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012



Thursday, January 13, 2011, 8:00PM

Friday, January 14, 2011, 11:00AM

Saturday, January 15, 2011, 8:00PM

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Weekend Events: The Music Edition

This weekend we will be taking a look at the various music events going on around town. Everything from tribute concerts, to musicals, to dj sets, even a very special tribute exhibition, is included in this week’s roundup of events.

Winds of Change Art Auction and Benefit Concert: November 14 – House of Blues, West Hollywood
Normally benefit concerts are a crap shoot when it comes to the actual talent playing at the event, but in this case Sunday’s Winds of Change art auction and concert will feature a rather eclectic and unique lineup that is set to feature the likes of The Guilty Pleasures, Paula Nelson (daughter of country musician Willy Nelson), and famed Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello. The concert benefits the Catalyst Foundation, which is an organization that helps homeless people who are infected with HIV and AIDS.

Michael Jackson, A Musical Legacy: November 11 – GRAMMY Museum at LA Live, Downtown
The recently opened GRAMMY Museum, located right in the middle of downtown’s LA Live will be offering visitors a unique and intimate look into the life of pop music’s most iconic figure. The exhibit will feature some of the performers most iconic wardrobe pieces up on display, as well as videos of some of his most memorable performances, and much more.

Randy Newman’s Harps and Angels: November 12 – December 22 – Mark Taper Forum, Downtown
This weekend marks the world premier of the musical Harps and Angels, which is directed and composed by famed musician Randy Newman. The musical is centered around “what it is like to be born, grow up, fall in love, and live and die in America.

AFI Fest 2010: November 11-13 – Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Hollywood
The AFI festival wraps this weekend with an all star line up of films playing all throughout Saturday night, including famed director Werner Herzog’s film, “Cave of Forgotten Dreams.” The AFI Fest will bring the best of the world’s cinema to Hollywood as films will be shown not just at the historic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre but, also the Mann Chinese 6 at the Hollywood and Highland center, and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Visit the site to find out more info on the remaining films.

Sondre Lerche DJ Set: November 13 – Sky Bar at the Mondrian Hotel, West Hollywood
Norwegian singer/songwriter/guitarist Sound Lerche, will bring his unique sounds poolside at the Skybar in the Mondrian Hotel as he will be playing a concert this upcoming Saturday Night. Also following the act will be a DJ set done by DJ Lost Tooth. For tickets and info be sure to email

Weekend Events

All week the weather has been gloomy, but warm weather and bright skies are scheduled for this weekend and there just so happens to be a number of exciting events going on this weekend. So be sure to get out, do something unique this weekend.

Waved Out Music Festival: September 25 – The Exhoplex, Hollywood
Waved is not your typical music festival. Instead of featuring major headlining acts that span across various music genres, the second annual Waved Out festival will showcase some of the more unique rock acts out there. Psychadelic rock, garage rock, folk rock, and just gold ol’ fashioned rock n’ roll, will be prominently on display throughout the night. Headlining the event will be the Swedish psychedelic rockers Dungen, whose sound is said to mix elements of Hendrix and Floyd with a dash of jazz and experimental rock. The event will also feature comedians and some of LA’s most popular food trucks. For more information on the musical acts and other things ongoing, check out the Aquarium Drunkard website.

Feast of San Gennaro: September 24-26 – 1651 Highland Ave., Hollywood
Come out this weekend for the annual celebration of the rich history of Italian Americans. This event is sure to feature live music, a number of cultural booths, a Catholic Mass and Procession, some Bada-Bingo as well as a ton of amazing food. And the best part about it is that it only costs $5 to get in and all proceeds go to charity. So come out to Highland Ave. this weekend and get your Guido on, capeesh.

West Hollywood Book Fair: September 26 – West Hollywood Park, West Hollywood
Come take part in one of the largest Annual Book Fairs in Los Angeles, as over 150 exhibitors and booths will be set up to satisfy any literature craving you may have. The event is also set up to promote reading, writing, and literacy within the community so be sure to come out and support a good cause. Plus who knows in a couple of years Book Fairs will soon become a thing of the past, with the emergence of all the new fangled technology that is out these days.

Dennis Hopper Double Standard Exhibition: September 24-26 MOCA, Downtown
Come out for the last weekend in which MOCA will be displaying the Dennis Hopper: Double Standard exhibition. The exhibit showcases numerous works done by the late artist himself, giving a unique look into the creative and artistic mind of Hopper. The exhibition will feature various pieces spanning across such artistic mediums as painting, sculpture, and photography.

Vampire Weekend: September 26 – Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood
Happening this weekend at the Hollywood Bowl, NYC indie prep-rock sensation Vampire Weekend will make their Hollywood Bowl debut this Sunday. Also Maryland based “dream pop” duo Beach House will kick off the show with their sweeping and soulful sound.

If you do wind up going to any of the events listed above or anything else going on around LA, let us know we want to hear from you.

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