Youth neo-baroque orchestra Kontrapunktus will perform a free concert at the California Heights Methodist Church, Saturday. The program entitled “The Bachs,” will include a compilation of music by Bach and three of his sons along with composer and L.A. resident Mark Moya.
“If no one is going to notice me, then I am going to make myself be noticed,” said Allancito, a Guatemalan-American Long Beach resident and zine maker.
Tens of thousands of fans gathered to attend the second annual ComplexCon that took place at the Long Beach Convention Center on November 4 and 5, a weekend filled with surprise celebrity appearances and exclusive merchandise.
Everything was black. I gripped tightly to the rope hanging in front of me as I waited in anticipation for the unknown.
Music Tastes Good (MTG) festivities continued in downtown’s At The Top Sunday night, featuring The Buttertones, Rudy de Anda, Bane’s World, Travesura and Mu$ty BoYz.
The OC-based Observatory music venue has announced its latest festival, Summertime in the LBC, with a lineup to unite hip-hop and funk artists from every era at the Queen Mary on August 5.
This year, skip the sombrero, the serape and the fake mustache, and enjoy the holiday weekend with local food and drinks, traditional mariachi music, live bands and a community run.
It’s one thing to see a static plane in a World War II museum, but there’s nothing like listening to its loud engines, feeling it lift off the ground and experiencing it from the sky to fully appreciate its inspiring history.
Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach attendees rocked out to Kings of Chaos, starring rock-and-roll legends Billy Idol, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top and Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and Death by Sunrise in front of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday evening.
Members of the Long Beach art community discussed ways to improve the presence of the city’s public art during a public meeting last Thursday, hosted by the Arts Council for Long Beach at Art Exchange.