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What Would Shirju Do? April 13, 2018

April 13, 2018

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This is your sneak preview of events and shows happening in Los Angeles for the upcoming week! No FOMO, no problem.

I’m sick of people telling me, “Omg, I wish I knew about this, I would have gone!” My motto is to live in the moment and don’t let any opportunities slip. FOMO means “fear of missing out,” and I’m an avid sufferer. My solution? DON’T MISS THE EVENT.

Los Angeles is the city where people flock to chase their dreams, make something of themselves, and display their unique talents. With that comes an endless array of options, from live music to art to exclusive industry events to movies to all things cannabis — our favorite — and it’s up to you to join in on the festivities.

I live by the “you can sleep when you’re dead” mantra. Come explore the best California has to offer with me and let’s live life to the fullest.

Each event is ranked 1 to 5 on their respective resistance to weed with 1 being the most difficult to sneak in your stash. Yes, we acknowledge public consumption is not allowed. But if you’ve ever gone to a concert, you know it’s around regardless, so we’re trying to help you be discreet about it if you’re going to join that crowd.

Friday, April 13

ToKIMONSTA @ Exchange

TOKiMONSTA is bae. Bouncing back from brain surgery, the Los Angeles DJ and producer quickly picks up where she left off with the release of her latest remix project, Lune Rouge Remixed. Now, she’s making her debut at Exchange LA, 618 S. Spring St., in downtown LA. Tickets are available online or at the door.

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5 (club environment)


Saturday, April 14

Community Meeting // Mental Health @ The Echoplex

This is a community meeting about mental health and depression from noon to 3 p.m. at The Echoplex, 1154 Glendale Blvd., in Echo Park. There will be a panel of guest speakers along with a group discussion, but you don’t have to talk. Everyone is welcome to come hang and eat free pizza. No cover.

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SATURDAY

Were doin a community meeting about mental health/depression

NOON-3PM
All Ages
No Cover
FREE PIZZA(+vegan slices)

We have a panel of rad guest speakers + we’ll have a group discussion. U DO NOT have to talk tho. All are welcomed to just come hang & eat free pizza 😊🍕

Please be respectful and don’t bring cannabis


Sunday, April 15

“Wayne’s World” @ The Regent Theater

It’s party time! This is the “Wayne’s World” Movie Party with a live Q&A with director Penelope Spheeris, a live ’80s musical experience from the band Pop Gun Rerun, a pop-up video and merch store from Cinefile Video, and a vintage record booth by Burger Records. Don’t forget about the screening at the Regent Theater, 448 S. Main St., in downtown LA. Tickets are available online or at the door.

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5


Monday, April 16

Above Ground @ The Belasco Theater

One night only! Presented by Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison in partnership with Revolver Gallery, Above Ground is an immersive evening of art and music. The two guitarists will be taking the main stage of the Belasco Theater, 1050 S. Hill St., in downtown LA alongside a slew of musicians. Come out for a good cause, as proceeds will benefit MusiCares, a charity of the Recording Academy.

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5


Tuesday, April 17

Kelela @ Ace Hotel DTLA

Imagine a cross between Solange Knowles and Björk. That’s Kelela. Her record “Frontline” is the reason I fell in love with her music. Now, she’s performing at The Theatre in the Ace Hotel, 929 S. Broadway, in downtown LA with opener Tiffany Gouche. Tickets are available online or at the door.

Concealed cannabis chances: 2/5


Brockhampton @ The Novo

This is the most poppin’ boy band you’ll come across in 2018. With members hailing from all over the country, Brockhampton redefines the meaning of a hip-hop collective. We promise this will be a night for the books. Tickets are sold out, but you could always trade a friend who has tickets with butler services for a year or something. Put on your thinking cap and DON’T MISS THIS SHOW!

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5


Wednesday, April 18

Jorja Smith @ The Novo

Jorja Smith might be the most sought-after female R&B singer as of late. After appearing on Drake’s More Life project, the UK artist has been making power moves with her own releases. Tickets are sold out unfortunately but don’t give up, there’s always a way!

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5


Thursday, April 19

6lack @ The Novo

If you’re holding on to an ex, put on some 6lack and you’re golden (specifically “PRBLMS”). Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, 6lack has risen to the top of the R&B game. His debut album Free 6lack hits the spot any time of day. Tickets are sold out, but shouldn’t be too bad on secondary markets like Stubhub if you’re determined to see the Atlanta native live.

Concealed cannabis chances: 3/5


Big KRIT & CyHi The Prynce @ The Echoplex

One time for real hip-hop. Big K.R.I.T.’s Heavy Is The Crown Tour heads to The Echoplex, 1154 Glendale Blvd., in Echo Park, with veteran spitter CyHi The Prynce providing extra bars. Don’t miss opener Childish Major! Tickets are available online or at the door.

Concealed cannabis chances: 4/5


The Next Two Weekends

Coachella @ Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA

Coachella’s first weekend is here! For everyone out in the desert, stay hydrated and hide your weed. Watch the livestream below, it’ll be like a front row seat to the action if you slept on getting a wristband.

Channel 1

Friday, April 13 (all times Pacific daylight time)
3:35 PM – Moses Sumney
4:15 PM – Skip Marley
5:05 PM – SuperDuperKyle
5:55 PM – the Neighbourhood
6:50 PM – Bleachers
7:40 PM – Vince Staples
8:35 PM – the War on Drugs
9:30 PM – St. Vincent
10:30 PM – SZA
11:25 PM – The Weeknd

Saturday, April 14
3:35 PM – Marian Hill
4:15 PM – Nile Rodgers & CHIC
5:20 PM – First Aid Kit
6:10 PM – BØRNS
7:05 PM – Chromeo
8:05 PM – Tyler, the Creator
9:15 PM – HAIM
10:10 PM – Post Malone
11:10 PM – Beyoncé

Sunday, April 15
3:40 PM – Lion Babe
4:40 PM – LANY
5:45 PM – Vance Joy
6:30 PM – Jessie Ware
8:00 PM – Portugal. The Man
9:55 PM – ODESZA
11:05 PM – Migos

Channel 2

Friday, April 13(all times Pacific daylight tiome)
3:35 PM – Los Ángeles Azules
4:10 PM – PVRIS
5:30 PM – Greta Van Fleet
6:20 PM – Kali Uchis
7:05 PM – Daniel Caesar
7:55 PM – Black Coffee
8:45 PM – Kygo
9:40 PM – Perfume Genius
10:30 PM – Jean-Michel Jarre
11:40 PM – Jamiroquai

Saturday, April 14)
3:35 PM – Declan McKenna
4:15 PM – Chloe x Halle
4:45 PM – Django Django
5:30 PM – Angel Olsen
6:15 PM – BROCKHAMPTON
7:10 PM – MØ
8:00 PM – Tash Sultana
8:50 PM – Benjamin Booker
9:35 PM – Alvvays
10:20 PM – David Byrne
11:10 PM – Fleet Foxes
12:05 AM – alt-J

Sunday, April 15
3:40 PM – Magic Giant
4:25 PM – Nothing But Thieves
5:10 PM – Dej Loaf
6:00 PM – Amine
6:50 PM – FIDLAR
7:35 PM – AURORA
8:20 PM – Kamasi Washington
9:25 PM – 6LACK
10:10 PM – Soulwax
11:15 PM – Kamaiyah

Channel 3

Friday, April 13 (all times Pacific daylight time)
3:35 PM – Elohim
4:30 PM – Slow Magic
5:15 PM – Whethan
6:10 PM – LÉON
7:00 PM – Alan Walker
8:00 PM – Deorro
9:00 PM – Dreams
9:50 PM – Belly
10:30 PM – Troy Boi
11:25 PM – Alison Wonderland
12:25 AM – REZZ

Saturday, April 14
3:35 PM – Wizkid
4:20 PM – Ekali
5:15 PM – Flatbush Zombies
6:05 PM – Party Favor
7:00 PM – Snakehips
8:00 PM – Alina Baraz
8:45 PM – Louis the Child
9:40 PM – blackbear
10:25 PM – Jungle
11:20 PM – Highly Suspect
12:05 AM – X Japan

Sunday, April 15

3:35 PM – Noname
4:20 PM – THEY.
5:05 PM – San Holo
6:00 PM – Petit Biscuit
6:50 PM – French Montana
7:35 PM – Jacob Banks
9:15 PM – Illenium
10:15 PM – Ibeyi
11:10 PM – Jorja Smith

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