LA3C Music and Food Festival
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- Theatre | Ace Hotel Los Angeles
- 929 S Broadway
LA3C returns for its second year, with an updated focus on the best of LA’s music, food, and film scenes. With exception of the Marketplace which is 21+, the festival is open to all ages and takes place in DTLA’s Historic Core from Friday, November 10 to Sunday, November 12, and activates four of LA’s most iconic venues: Theatre at the Ace Hotel, Los Angeles Theatre, Orpheum Theatre, and Palace Theatre, alongside several surrounding lots. LA3C brings together a wide range of artists, tastemakers, performers, and vendors to celebrate the uniqueness of LA.
Headliners Erykah Badu and Herbie Hancock will play some of the most intimate theater shows of their careers, Flying Lotus and LA jazz legends Robert Glasper and Terrace Martin will take over the Theatre at the Ace Hotel and indie darlings Nick Hakim, Julie Byrne and John Carroll Kirby take over the Palace.
Additional performances by Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin, Marc Rebillet, Sudan Archives, Fred Armisen, Lonnie Holley, Aja Monet, Pauli the PSM, Novena Carmel, Shabazz Palaces, Yrsa Daley-Ward with The Josh Craig, Acyde, Siobhan Bell, Kilo Kish, Salami Rose Joe Louis, Def Rain and pop-up performances by Feels Like Floating.
Other events happening on
The Deep End at Upstairs
Free and open to the public / 21+ at Upstairs DJ Briggs spinning smooth mix of r&b, hip hop and rap. @briggs
Desert Daze Nights at Upstairs
Free and open to the public / 21+ at Upstairs DESERT DAZE PRESENTS
Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Los Angeles
For the Culture: Phenomenal Black Women & Femmes in Food - By Klancy Miller at Segovia Hall
New York based chef, writer and founder of For the Culture food magazine, Klancy Miller is coming to Ace Hotel DTLA in celebration of her new book. For the Culture: Phenomenal Black Women & Femmes in Food, is a personal love letter to, and in celebration of, Black women and femmes in food and wine, featuring 66 interviews, 47 recipes from interviewees, and 5 essays honoring culinary matriarchs through the decades. One of the only books to exclusively highlight Black women and…
Adaptations: Monday Movie Nights at Upstairs
Join us poolside for a free weekly film series in partnership with Skylight Books featuring movies made from books. Grab a complimentary popcorn to snack on while you enjoy the show. This event is 21+ with a valid ID. 7:30PM Doors | 8PM Start | Poolside 7/24: Dune (2021) 7/31: Annihilation (2018) 8/7: The Iron Giant (1997) 8/14: Mean Girls (2004) 8/21: The Prestige (2005) 8/28: Pride and Prejudice (2005) 9/11: Twilight (2008) 9/18: If Beale Street Could Talk…