In the southeastern region of UCLA near the David Geffen School of Medicine is a place where it’s possible for one to get lost in the sounds of wind passing through trees, squirrels playfully running and climbing, turtles waltzing in a pond.
Entering the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is like traveling through an urban Neverland filled with intoxicating smells of horchata cup cakes, wine, pizza and sounds blasting from every acre.
Once you enter the forest that is called Golden Gate Park, your ears are overwhelmed with sounds from dubstep to electronic pop to jazz.
The park was filled with large crowds of girls dressed in maxi dresses with flowers laced in their hair and boys with tapered cuts and jean jackets to match their cuffed pants.
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna and singer-songwriter Alisha Zalkin recently released her EP “March to a Different Beat” and will perform at the music lounge Room 5 this Saturday.
English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has been making his way across the U.S. touring with Snow Patrol and promoting his album ” “ that comes out June 12. Sheeran will be making a stop at the Hollywood Palladium tonight. Sheeran spoke with Daily Bruin’s Brittany Taylor about his songwriting process, touring in America and his favorite thing to do while in Los Angeles.
Lead guitarist and songwriter Charlotte Caffey will be coming to UCLA as a part of Professor David Leaf’s Music Industry 105 class, open to the public on certain Mondays, as one of his weekly musical guests.
It’s that time of year again where people gather together to spends large amounts of cash to sweat and enjoy some live music and art at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Weekend One may be in the past, but music fans packing their bags for Weekend Two should still be prepared for just about anything. Here are some tips to help make one’s Coachella experience a little easier.
Growing up is already a difficult process, but when no one is there to help guide or protect, the odds of succeeding become very slim. Such is the situation for blue-collar, South Boston native Margaret “Margie” Walsh in David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Good People.”
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