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Lucent L’amour presented by The Do LaB

The Do Lab presents the 5th Annual Lucent L'amour on Sat. Feb 13, 1020 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

What Is Lucent L’amour?

Lucent L’amour is a festival that embraces the visual, architectural and performance arts as passionately as it does music and dance.

It is the transformation of one night into a spontaneous combustion of love and mayhem.

It is a creative synthesis of dance and electronic music, vaudeville performance, and street art into one multi-sensory experience.

To create the fifth annual Lucent L’amour, The Do LaB is bringing you two stages of music and performance, a cutting edge art gallery, live painters, larger-than-life interactive sculptures, and elaborate stage and environment designs from the west coasts leading artists.

“Buy the ticket, take the ride.”
Available now at http://lucentlamour.com

The Do LaB presents…

The Fifth Annual Lucent L???amour

Experience a festival where art and music collide
in an explosion of self expression!

Saturday, Feb. 13th 2010
Los Angeles
Shrine Expo Hall

http://www.lucentlamour.com

Lucent L'amour presented by The Do LaB Saturday February 13, 2010 at the Shrine in L.A.

Featuring the sounds of:

With a special performance by:

  • Lucent Dossier Experience

Plus more performances to be announced!

Live digital painting by:

Android Jones

An awe-inspiring art gallery curated by Mike Russek and Deborah Vogt featuring:

A live mural painting by The Mac and Retna

Exhibiting artists include:

Ekundayo ~ L Croskey ~ Liz Brizzi ~ Luis Sanchez
~ John Park ~ Hans Haveron ~ Kofie One ~ Shrine ~
Julio Sanchez ~ Man One ~ Spectr ~ Walt Hall
~ Chris Berg ~ Gareth Stehr ~ Jocelyn Marsh ~
Danni Shinya Luo ~ Izumi Yokoyama ~ Stefano Novelli
~ Ryan Weigner ~ Chris Leavens ~ Michael Pukac ~
Shira Loa ~ Brion Topolski ~ Ando Pndlian ~ Myong Kurly
~ Adam Mostow ~ Motion One ~ Mike Russek ~
Rajiv Jain ~ David Wilson

Live Mural Painting curated by Carmen Zella featuring:

Max Neutra ~ Mearone ~ Jessica Perlstein
~ Andres Salcedo ~ Eyeone ~ Carlos Vera ~
Asylum ~ Kelly Matten ~ Dave Zaboski ~ Amy Shawley
~ Yuki Miyazaki ~ Norman Maxwell

Large scale art installations curated by Marsi Frey featuring:

The Do LaB ~ Bamboo DNA ~ Shrine ~ The Ant Farm
~ Karen Cusolito & Dan Das Mann ~ Sandman Creations ~
Jeffrey Vincent Parise ~ Debi Cable ~ Scott O???keefe
~ Linka Odom ~ Scott Bella ~ Andrew Hoevelar ~ Michael Elliot

Plus inter-active installations, a pimped out photo booth,
clothing and food vending and a ton of other surprises!

The fifth annual Lucent L???amour!

Saturday Feb. 13th 2010

  • Shrine Expo Hall
  • Downtown Los Angeles
  • 18 and over
  • Full bar for 21 and over
  • Indoor/Outdoor Venue
  • Doors from 7pm ??? 4am

Tickets Onsale Now!
Go Big VIP Passes available!
http://www.lucentlamour.com

ROAM – L.A. Underground Legends of the Acid House Movement

ROAM underground party los angeles

Roam Music gets Leveled

A Very Special Edition featuring Founders of the LA Acid House Movement: Michael Cook, Doc Martin and Mark Lewis with support from Droog, John Wander.

  • Type: Party – Night of Mayhem
  • Start Time: Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 9:00pm
  • End Time: Sunday, January 24, 2010 at 6:00am
  • We had to move the location of the event to a new Secret Location. Please go to 2650 East Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles California. Cross streets are Olympic and Rio Vista Ave. IMPORTANT: You need to park in the Back of the Old Sears Parking Lot that borders Rio Vista Ave..NOT THE FRONT. PARK AT THE SOUTH END OF THE PARKING LOT AND A SHUTTLE WILL TAKE YOU TO THE PRIVATE LOCATION. WE WILL HAVE SECURITY IN THE PARKING LOT TO BE SURE ALL CARS ARE SAFE. THE BACK OF SEARS… NOT THE FRONT. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING EVERYONE. PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL AND QUIET WHEN PARKING.

A Bit of History of L.A. Underground Music Scene

In the late 80???s, L.A. nightlife sucked, hair metal ruled the sunset strip and dance clubs were the snooty realm of velvet ropes. Then a multiracial bunch of hippies, hip hoppers, and social rejects started throwing all-night acid house parties in abandoned warehouses and a revolution was born. The L.A. Acid House Movement began. (Spin Magazine).

PRESALE TICKETS ADVISED AND AVAILABLE AT:
www.wantickets.com

$20 PRESALE , $30 AT THE DOOR

On January 23, 2010 at an underground warehouse location, Roam Music returns to Los Angeles to get Leveled with a Very Special Edition featuring founding artists of the L.A. Acid House Movement: The Legendary Michael Cook, Doc Martin, Mark Lewis, and support from Droog, and John Wander.

Hosted by: Sublevel, Mixology, Bobby D, John Louie, Moonshine, Steve LeClair – OAP, Amir

MARK LEWIS
Mark Lewis, one of the most revered and respected DJs in the nation, has been a leading figure in the dance music industry and has earned an unchallenged reputation for producing successful worldwide DJ sets for 20 years.

Mark, a London native, began his career in L.A. in 1988. In addition to being one of the pioneers of the West Coast Underground House Scene, He is credited for founding the legendary ???Logic??? party at the West End in Los Angeles CA in the mid 90s. Mark has shared the turntables with the most renowned Global DJs. In addition to being a DJ who has spun throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and South Africa, he has earned an unchallenged reputation for producing successful DJ sets worldwide. Mark’s intercontinental popularity has him rocking the crowds from the infamous Nikki Beach, Giant, Avalon and Cream to Ministry of Sound in England and more. His uplifting music style of cutting edge tribal house infused with progressive riffs has kept him in demand around the globe. Music legends like Carl Cox and Paul Oakenfold have requested Mark to go on numerous U.S. and European tours. Elton John himself often requests the DJ to provide his Foundation parties with the Mark Lewis touch. In the summer of 2000, Mark Lewis launched Mixology, Inc., a multifaceted company home to a record label, events and a marketing division that offers lifestyle options for DJs and DJ connoisseurs. Corporate and Record label clients that Mixology has worked with include: Adidas, Red Bull, Playboy, Bacardi, Armani Exchange, FHM Magazine, Ministry of Sounds, Perfecto UK, Cream, Global Underground, Asahi Beer, Han Asian Vodka, Monster Energy Drink, Stussy, Hard Eight Clothing (L.A.), Warner Bros. and Scion Toyota. Mark has also been taking on new projects as a songwriter and performer in his electronica/alternative band, Interstate.

2009 has been a big year for Mark Lewis: he spun for U2???s after party at the Sundance Film Festival along with Paul Oakenfold; Elton John???s Oscar party for the fifth year in a row; the 9th annual WMC closing party at the world famous Nikki Beach; and Burning Man with Carl Cox. Also is a main feature @ Downtown LA Fashion Week for top designers. His up and coming shows include: the Carl Cox Tour, Mixology Radio Mix shows, Original Productions and remixes by Interstate and Everything But The Girl, Owl City. A coveted residency at Hollywood???s hot-spot-to-be-and-to- be-seen, Ecco starts in 2010 and his online video show called DJ Diaries.

MICHAEL COOK
Michael Cook is a native of Manchester, England currently residing in London. He began DJing professionally at the age of 18 playing a heady mixture of Indy and early Hip Hop & Electro in the North West of England before leaving for the USA in 1986. He’s been one of the Djs credited with bringing Acid House to California but prefers to believe he (along with several other DJs) helped bring California to Acid House. Based in Los Angeles California, Michael became one of the founding fathers of the West Coast Underground House & Rave Scene, playing at such legendary vanguard parties as Alices House, Moonshine, Double Hit Mickey, Truth, Paw Paw Patch, Narnia & Gilligans Island. In addition, he hosted Los Angeles first underground dance radio show on KXLU with Jason Bentley.

Michael sites John Peel as his first and most formative musical influence and Michael???s musical tastes remain resolutely eclectic. Michael is the consummate all rounder drawing his set selections from the entire spectrum including Funk, Soul, Reggae, Jazz, Latin, Down tempo, Deep House, Nu Disco, Hip Hop, Electro, Punk Funk, Broken Beat, Rock and Indy; though he is equally happy specializing in any one of these genres.

Currently he resides and plays various residencies in some of Londons top clubs bars and lounges and regularly plays guest sets at home and internationally. The selection of some highlights from his many years as a DJ include Main Backstage/VIP DJ and music programmer for the Glastonbury (2004 & 2005) and Reading festivals (2004 – 2006), Resident DJ for the Big Chill festival, Rob Da Bank’s Bestival, Regular DJ partner with Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza (World wide), legendary Notting Hill Carnival house sound system Sancho Panza, Lowlife (Last Night a DJ Saved My Life authors Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton), Tour support DJ for Gotan Project, annual winter residency at La Santanera in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico along with regular international gigs in Lisbon, Rio, Sao Paulo, Moscow, Warsaw, Paris & Barcelona. Some other highlights of Michael???s Dj career include playing at private birthday parties for Madonna and William Orbit and support Dj for Bjork, Happy Mondays, 808 State, Orbital, The Orb, The Farm, The Hacienda, Moby, The Prodigy, and many others. Michael is also known for founding the music for film production company ???M62???.

DOC MARTIN
If there was a house DJ in America who could accurately claim to be the most important house DJ working today, it would be Doc Martin. But then, Doc would never accept such a title even if it happens to be true, because Doc is not only a legendary talent but a legendarily humble man.

Doc Martin???s live sets truly bring people together the variation in his style of music is endless. What makes him so different from the rest? A unique ability to spin everything from deep house vocals that have much depth and meaning to us all in some way, his funky tribal Bass lines mixed with threads of acid, his passive collection of classics rare records that are only to be heard at his gigs.

Doc Martin has developed the respect, as a house DJ that so many of us admire it is this respect that keeps him constantly touring, from New York to London, Japan and everywhere in between. He has frequently played and was a resident at such clubs as, Fabric (London), Panorama Bar (Berlin), Womb (Tokyo), Club Heaven (Seoul) The Faith 10 Year Anniversary (Garden Festival), Ministry (London), Trouw (Amsterdam), Beta (Denver) Secret Sundaze (London), Full Circle, Back to Basics (England Leeds), The End (London) Cielo (New York), Yellow (Japan), Ghost Bar (Las Vegas), Club 5 (DC), How Sweet it is (Los Angeles), Nocturnal Wonderland (Los Angeles), JuJu beats (Los Angeles), Club 5 (Washington DC), Daisy carnival(Los Angeles), Temple (San Francisco), Twilo (New York), Sound Bar, The Park Ultra Lounge (Sacramento) (Chicago) Zentra (Chicago), Sublevel (Los Angeles), Caf?? Del Mar (San Francisco), The Love Parade (San Francisco), Remedy (San Francisco),Seven (Australia) as well as The Basement Jaxx & Daft Punk tour and countless other shows.

JOHN WANDER
Born and raised in Los Angeles, John was exposed to electronic music by good friend, Bobby Dvoran (aka Bobby D) in the early 90???s at legendary LA events such as Flammable Liquid, Truth, Doc Martin???s ???Unlock the House???, Sunday Love, Brownies Dj sets at ???Monarch???, Nectar, Jason Bentley???s ???Bossa Nova???, Marques Wyatt???s ???High Society???, Mark Lewis ???Logic??? at West End, and several others. John sites Michael Cook, Laurent Garnier and the others listed above as his first electronic music influences and the inspiration to start Djing in 1996. A true lover of music for all of his life, John???s music tastes are extremely eclectic and reflect a wide range that include Deep House, Twisted Funk, Techno, Tech House, Indie, Nu Disco, Down tempo, Hip Hop, Jazz, Electro, Rock, Soul, and Latin. John???s early Dj residencies were at the legendary ???Insomnia??? afterhours and Spundae LA.

In 2000, John along with good friends founded the infamous ???Roam Music??? events in LA. Roam Music is known for introducing breakout artists to the West Coast such as Damian Lazarus, Audio Soul Project (Mazi), Asad Rizvi, Tania Vulcano, and several other Spanish artists. They have produced events in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, and Spain. Roam Music is partly credited for bringing Techno back to LA. Roam Music has hosted many break out artists and has given John the opportunity to DJ with various friends/artists such as Phonique, Michael Cook, Doc Martin, M.A.N.D.Y, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Mathew Jonson, Damian Lazarus, Dyed Soundorom, David Duriez, Kate Simko, Three, Marco Carola, and many others in national and international venues through out Spain, Berlin, Montreal, Hong Kong, New York, London, Miami, San Francisco. John is currently working in the studio with friend Rob G and engineer Casey Nefcy on a remix to be completed in January 2010. Currently in stealth mode, John will be launching a record label in 2010.

DROOG
A quintessential LA story: three people (Andrei Osyka, Brett Griffin, Justin Sloe) make a westward pilgrimage at the turn of the millennium, all from different places and backgrounds, unknown to each other but connected by love of dance music and the search for fresh and exciting territory. A friendship, formed after chance meetings in the Los Angeles dance music scene, evolved into a full- fledged musical partnership.

From the first gig together in 2005, through countless hours spent crafting a common creative identity, Droog was formed. Droog???s individual musical origins and taste combined under the common denominator of the collective – Justin???s love of old school hip-hop and house, and his proficiency with a down-tempo style; Brett???s affection for classic New Wave and fresh indie rock, Andrei???s beginnings in deep and disco house of the late 90???s.

Droog honed their skills alongside such luminaries of the scene as Richie Hawtin, Damian Lazarus, Tiefschwarz, M.A.N.D.Y., Locodice, Josh Wink, Booka Shade and others. Droog???s opening and closing sets, as well as burgeoning relationships with the strongest global talent, have helped cement Avalon???s reputation as the venue of choice for cutting edge dance music in Los Angeles. A natural extension of the Avalon experience for Droog was the desire to throw their own events, which have showcased forward-thinking music from the world over. Droog have delivered the underground to the heart of Hollywood with a series of nighttime soirees and have gotten international attention with a host of parties on the rooftop of the modern Standard Hotel. In two years of events, the collective played with and showcased rising global stars and established creative forces from Magda, Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler to LoSoul, Konrad Black and Ewan Pearson. At the same time, Droog have expanded their reach by DJing throughout the United States.

Sharing the controls with the artists they respect and admire most, building a scene around their parties, DJing on the road, and combining sensibilities of three personalities have all contributed to Droog developing their own distinct sound. Droog???s sets fuse the classic U.S. house and techno traditions with the best in European underground dance music, from deep house to minimal.

2009 has been a banner year for the lads. At this year???s WMC, Droog launched their nascent label, Culprit. After a barnstorming showcase at DEMF, Culprit released its first EP by Hot Natured (Jamie Jones & Lee Foss) in June. The slate of new releases planned on the label will include Droog???s debut original and remix material.

The Droog collective now stands poised to solidify and expand this reputation, at the forefront of the LA dance music resurgence.

Sep 4, 2009
Twan

Water Woman Festival – Oct. 1 – 4

Water Woman Festival

October 1-4, 2009
Joshua Tree, California

WaterWoman Festival

Water Woman Festival
October 1-4, 2009
Joshua Tree, California

Environmental Art ??? Permaculture Design ??? Natural Building ???
Sustainable Living ??? Site Revitalization ??? Be Showered With
Possibilities!

4 FULL Days & 3 Nights?? Including Tent Camping!?? ONLY $75!
Single Day Tickets available NOW on website – ONLY $25

Please pass this on to everyone!
Warmest Water Woman Wishes!

Fusing Art and Ecological Design; Inspiring the Future
Check out the NEW images of Ecological Designs, Eco Art, Water Woman
and Our Eco-Tribes!
www.waterwomanfestival.com

* Note – Kids under 12 are FREE accompanied by parents.
We will BUILD and Leave a Trace!?? Play in the Mud – Play in the Spray!

The Water Woman Festival is an interactive art and ecological
experience featuring TOP artists, architects, natural builders,
permaculture designers, speakers, teachers, musicians, and
Inspirational Visionaries!

This is an URGENT Event!

  • * Mingle with Extreme Green Artists
  • * Experience Dark Green Technologies
  • * Help Build Beautifully – Re-birth the Site!
  • * Honor The Goddess of Life!
  • * Support the Development of Eco Settlements
  • * Have FUN Dancing the Patterns of Nature!

Imagine, Create and Be Showered With Possibilities!

NEW Confirmed speakers/workshops and special guests include:

  • * SunRay Kelley~Elemental Force in Natural Building
  • * Jonah Reyolds~Earthship Biotecture
  • * Marilyn Crenshaw~The Green Architect
  • * Art Ludwig~Ecological Systems Designer and Grey Water Champion
  • * Lori Grace~Living Mandala
  • * Laura Fox~Visionary Culture Radio “Anchor the Dream”
  • * Patricia Watts “Eco Arts Curator”
  • * Ray Cirino~Extreme Green Artist
  • * Mother Nature
  • * Earthen Artists & Natural Builders, including: Kata Polano, Miguel Elliot, Michael Blaha, Bruce Thauburn, Scott Howard, many more!
  • * Performing artists and musical guests: Wayward Monks, Scott Huckabay~Musical Alchemyst, Maetar, Fontain’s MUSE, Singing Bear, Riki
  • Hendrix Band, unclejack..?? drum circle, rituals and MUCH more to follow!

Submit your art for the Highly Sustainable Functional Art Challenge! Set up a Permaculture Guild Campsite/Demonstration

Water Woman Art Challenge: As a group of eco-artists it is our goal to set new standards in sustainable art forms to provide energy, food, shelter, and water systems. By coming together as community, artists, permaculturalists, performers, musicians, natural builders, and motivated students, our structured plan is to go beyond our society’s definition of sustainability so we can be self reliant and educate others back home.

Produced by: The Water Woman Foundation 415-939-5848
Water Woman Project + Festival
waterwomanfest@gmail.com

In association with the Morongo Basin Art Guild, the Joshua Tree
Chamber of Commerce, Desert Springs Chamber of Commerce, Natural
Science Collaborative, Boulder Community Gardens, and more!


The Water Woman Festival is @
Joshua Tree Lake Campground
2601 Sunfair Road – Joshua Tree, California 92252
Phone (760) 366-1213
http://www.jtlake.com
http://www.jtlake.com/Travel.htm

The Water Woman Project
Fusing Art & Ecological Design – Inspiring the Future
http://www.waterwomanproject.org

Sacred Sexuality Workshop June 13

Sacred Sexuality Workshop in Topanga
Saturday June 13th, 2009
10:00am – 4:00pm

Suggested donation: $95
Couples: $160

This Workshop of Sacred Sexuality has the potential to impact your life for the better, offering invaluable insights and lasting knowledge.

Hosted by William Golden and Greta Hassel, MFT at the lovely, enchanting Shangri-La in Topanga Canyon.

Register for this exceptional one day workshop and empower the love in your life:

  • William: (310) 455-0980
  • Greta: (310) 818-1473

How to Survive the Apocalypse: A Burning Opera Road Show

The Burning Opera: How to Survive the Apocalypse

THE BURNING ROADSHOW IS ON THE MOVE –
GET INVOLVED!

OK, so these folks created an opera.?? About Burning Man.?? Yeah, that’s what we said too when they first brought us the idea: “What?… there’s no WAY you can hope to pull this off, describing the indescribable … in an OPERA of all things. Please.”

Well, we sent out our most cynical, jaded scouts to watch the show when it premiered.?? And, well, we were astounded when those highly cynical, hard-to-please emissaries were completely blown away by what they saw.

This show??? Is awesome.?? Funny, intelligent, poignant, thoughtful, and thoroughly representative of our little shindig in the desert.?? OK, so lucky for you, they’re taking it on the road.?? And not only that, but you can get involved, too!

Excerpted from the JRS

Dana tells you how:

In January, San Francisco???s Stage Werx Theater hosted a sold-out run (6 shows in 4 nights) of “How to Survive the Apocalypse: A Burning Opera.”

Though we were presenting a humble workshop performance with no budget, the event was wildly successful, with Burning Man virgins and grizzled old timers registering great enthusiasm.

[The show] is both engrossing musical theater in its own right and a piece of art that truly captures the feel of the [Burning Man] event and the Zeitgeist of its attendees.

Steve Jones of the
San Francisco Bay Guardian

West Coast Tour Planned

Now we are planning a Fall Tour of the West Coast in September and October, with a more ambitious national roadshow on the horizon of 2010, featuring east coast venues. To get more information about the show and our mission, check out the Burning Opera website.

Currently, we are in negotiations with Teatro Zinzanni to use their gorgeous and historic Spiegeltents in San Francisco and Seattle as anchors for our fall tour. Because we would play the Zinzanni tents on Monday through Wednesday, the weekends would remain open, allowing us to present the show at other West Coast locations.

The current plan is to begin some rehearsals and design in the Bay Area in late August, and to have a small presence in Black Rock City, where we will shoot some video and connect with new performers and collaborators. The main block of rehearsals would begin after Burning Man in San Francisco, where the show would open on Sept 22 & 23. We are currently looking for an appropriate venue between SF and Seattle for the weekend of 9/25 & 26. The show would then run at Zinzanni in Seattle 9/29 & 30. We hopefully will find another ‘midway’ venue 10/2&3, and then close our run in SF 10/5,6& 7. Finally, we aim to travel to L.A. 10/9 & 10. Are you on the East coast? We want to talk to YOU!

*NOW!*

We’re assembling the production staff to begin working on this tour NOW. During the next month, we will be holding auditions and meetings with interested collaborators (either to join the tour or to help us bring it to your city) in the following places:

  • NYC – Sunday April 5th
    • auditions by appointment in the afternoon;
    • meet & greet/cocktails 5-7pm; location TBA
  • Washington DC – Wednesday April 8th
    • meet & greet/cocktails evening; exact time and location TBA

We’re looking for volunteers in the NYC, DC, and Virginia area to help run these events, as well as to host fund raising events throughout the summer.

*PRODUCTION TEAM:*

To take this project to the next level, we need to create a strong core Production Team ASAP. We’re looking to fill key roles within the next few weeks. We have had a great response from our production meetings in SF Los Angeles. Now we’d like to round out the cast and staff positions with participants from the other coast, in true Burner fashion. For a list of all roles and details, please see:

http://www.burningopera.com/production_team.htm

*CAST & CREW:*

As this is a Burning Man-style show, the stars will help with the setup and the roadies will be onstage. We love double, triple, and quadruple threats. We especially love riveting singers and dancers that can also play a marching band instrument and have a great attitude while working hard behind the scenes???or perhaps a professional gaffer who really loves to sing!?? We are reopening all roles and understudies and creating new characters for the new version of the show.?? For more details of the roles see:

http://www.burningopera.com/cast_of_characters.htm

We are also excited to collaborate with some of the many spectacular artists, ensembles, and DJs that have been so essential to the Burning Man experience, either as ‘guest stars’ or as separate acts before or after the show. Please send resumes, photos, videos, links to production@burningopera.com.

*TO OFFER IDEAS, SUGGESTIONS, ASSISTANCE:* Please contact Executive Producer Dana Harrison

*TO SEE WHAT WE’RE UP TO:*

Sign up for our mailing list from the website: http://www.burningopera.com
Read our blog: http://h2sta.wordpress.com/
Become a fan of the Burning Opera Facebook page

Space Island & Trinity: Post L.A. Decom Event

SPACE ISLAND & TRINITY

Present
“BEYOND THE BOUNDARY”
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th

Space Island After Party, post L.A. Decompression Event

IMPORTANT! – This event is not at Space Island. Please do not go to Space Island’s residence.

SPACE ISLAND AND TRINITY PRESENT

BEYOND THE BOUNDARY

SATURDAY – OCTOBER 4

9PM to 4AM

Come celebrate the 5th Annual downtown event AfterParty.
A journey away from the island. Keep the endless dream alive.

3 STAGES OF SOUND

BREAKS – HOUSE – AND DOWNTEMPO

BREAKS STAGE

  • NORTH STAR
    Seattle
    Street Ritual – Space Island
  • BRION T
    Space Island

HOUSE STAGE

  • BRADEN
    Space Island / 16Bit Beyond / Family Affair – Los Angeles
  • JESSE BROOKS
    Yoshitoshi / Fresh Produce – Los Angeles
  • THE IANATOR
    Space Island – The Do Lab – Los Angeles
  • MR CAPARRO
    16Bit Beyond / Family Affair – Los Angeles

DOWNTEMPO STAGE

FASHION COUTURE BY:

Indhi Couture & Ikharos

ALSO

T-evolution & Blue Star

Pre-sale tickets available:

Avoid waiting in line with pre-sale tickets
$20 Pre-Sale
$25 at the door (cash only)
Click to purchase pre-sale tickets

THIS EVENT IS NOT AT SPACE ISLAND

There will be NO shuttles running from the L.A. Burning Man Decompression event to the Afterhours. There will be plenty of street parking at the afterhours. Please know we expect to reach capacity early as we have in the past 5 years.

Food will be available with plenty of vegetarian choices.

Pre-sale tickets will end on October 3 at 12:00am

For pre-sale tickets bring a print out of your receipt and valid photo ID
ages 21 and over

No ID, no entry

9pm to 4am

3 stages of sound: Breaks – House and Downtempo

Avoid waiting in line with pre-sale tickets:
$20 Pre-sale
$25 at the door (cash only)

Event Location:
613 Imperial St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021

CLICK LINK BELOW TO GET DIRECTIONS

View Larger Map

This is a permitted event and will sell out.
If you don’t pre-sale tickets get there early!

CLICK HERE TO BUY PRE-SALE TICKETS

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