Music
Green Day Rocks Rose Bowl Saturday Night; Hall of Fame Band Plays 27 Hits From Past and Present

[Updated]  The moment that Green Day took the stage at 8:30 last night with “Know Your Enemy” to 11 when they finished with “Good Riddance,” the enormous crowd at the Rose Bowl never really sat down. The Oakland area band had an energy all night for an enthusiastic audience of people of all backgrounds and from ages 10 to those pushing 70. Green Day finished…

New Playhouse District Festival Today Packs Indie Bands, Interactive Art Into a One Block Punch

Music lovers and art aficionados are likely to be drawn to Saturday’s IN+ERSECTION block party festival which will pack a lineup of popular indie bands and interactive art installations along Colorado Blvd. in the Playhouse…

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Announces 2017-18 Season

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC), a children’s choirs, announces its 2017-18 season, entitled “And This Shall be for Beauty,” featuring a repertoire that illuminates LACC’s signature bel canto sound honed by highly regarded and much-loved…

Bieber Bugs Out of the Bowl

Pop music star Justin Bieber will not be coming to the Rose Bowl this weekend after all. According to a statement released Monday, Bieber has suddenly cancelled the remainder of his current tour and all…

Camerata Pacifica Announces 2017-18 Season

Acclaimed chamber music ensemble Camerata Pacifica will open its 28th season in September with a remarkable trio of works by Pulitzer Prize winner John Harbison and Russian composing titans Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich. The…

Music Events

Thursday, September 28 - 8:00 pm David Harvey Presents Duets in Stories and Songs

Friday, September 29 - 8:00 pm The Beatunes - Beatles Tribute Band

Saturday, September 30 - 7:00 pm The Duo-Tones... Two Masters of the Surf Guitar

Saturday, September 23

Pasadena Symphony and Pops Present a Magnificent Evening at Centennial Square for Annual Moonlight Sonata Gala

  The Pasadena Symphony Association will host their annual Moonlight Sonata Gala on Saturday, September 23, 2017, which promises to be an unforgettable night filled…

Friday, September 29

Clazzical Notes Presents 3 Generations of Women Gifted in Jazz, Latin POP, Opera and Broadway

Women have been gifted musicians for millennia. But until recently they were either virtually unknown – how many have heard of 12th century composer Hildegard…

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Friday’s ArtNight Pasadena Fills City with Artful Shuttlers

Thousands of Pasadenans jammed dozens of shuttle buses throughout Pasadena Friday evening for the city’s Art Night. From lit vines in a garden to walking “live floats” to poetry in a parking garage, there was art and culture across the city, from Orange Grove to Sierra Madre. Live music entertained shuttle riders at City Hall and Motown music rang out at Paseo Colorado. In all, 17 separate installations and venues opened their doors on Friday, and the streets and sidewalks were jammed with connoisseurs and cognoscenti. The evening was produced by the City’s Department of Cultural Affairs, the Department of…

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