With Labor Day right around the corner, we are trying to squeeze in as much summer fun as possible. Whether you are looking to check out some live music or dance under the stars, you know Loop Magazine always has a pulse on what’s going down in Los Angeles.
From a sexy burlesque show at a historic Hollywood hotel to a good ol’ fashioned summer seafood boil, check out our carefully curated list of what’s happening in Los Angeles the week of August 21-27.
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Coco Jones‘ headlining What I Didn’t Tell You Tour swings though the Fonda Theater this Tuesday after kicking off in Ontario, Calif. earlier this month. The tour will support Coco’s debut EP of the same name, which was released back in November. The “ICU” singer will be joined by fellow rising singer Ebony Riley, who released her Ebony EP earlier this year.
When: Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 8 p.m.
Where: Fonda Theater, 6126 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles
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Located in a secret theatre, nestled behind a bookcase in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, resides this unexpected, high-concept burlesque show. Come enjoy a cocktail, grab a slider and revel in the beauty of the Cinegrill theater, topped off with the bawdy comedy of the host, Delilah, and the masterful performances from the best dancers Los Angeles has to offer.
Holding court in one of the most iconic and historic locations Los Angeles has to offer, Tracy Phillips‘ gritty cabaret-style show has won a devoted cult following.
As high energy and unpredictable as it is intimate, this modern cabaret-style revue is a high-octane whirlwind that titillates as much as it inspires. A love letter to and exploration of the female form, On The Fringe leaves the women in the audience as revved up as the men. The show is a little bit Weimar, a little bit punk, a little bit burlesque and all attitude. The extraordinary dancers, each with their own unique personality, stomp on tables, high kick, tease, provoke and amaze. It’s a night dedicated to female beauty and creativity, across a full spectrum of expression, from pouty to pretty to a little bit perverse. Not for the faint of heart.
When: Saturday, Aug. 26 from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Where: The Hollywood Roosevelt, 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles
Ooh la la! Get ready to immerse yourself in an unforgettable evening filled with sophistication and charm as the The Godfrey Hollywood Hotel hosts its weekly French Riviera Soiree summer event series. The treś chic party will feature live DJs, dancing and all around magnifiqué vibes.
When: Saturday, Aug. 26 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Where: The Godfrey Hollywood Hotel, 1400 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles
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Get ready to indulge in a one-night-only Seafood Boil, hosted on the gorgeous garden patio of etta in Culver City. The buzzy restaurant will have a special, dedicated menu just for this event. The Boil ($50 per person) gets you succulent shrimp, clams, sweet corn, buttery potatoes, and sizzling sausages – served right on to your table. Plus, there will be decadent add-ons like whole lobster, king crab, and oysters. If that’s not enough, Etta’s chef’s favorite sides, salads, and pizza.
And what’s a seafood boil without some beverages? etta has got buckets of ice-cold beer, refreshing orange wine and summer crush cocktails. Bibs will be included (these are optional and highly encouraged) while reservations are mandatory. It’s a seafood party you don’t want to miss!
Where: etta, 8801 Washington Blvd., Culver City
Every Sunday, Tatel Beverly Hills hosts electrifying evening of salsa dancing, delicious food and drinks. The “El Patio,” located in the back of Tatel, transforms into a salsa haven where guests can dance the night away with a live DJ, live music and Los Angeles’ top dancers. Whether you’re a seasoned dancer or a beginner, the inclusive and friendly community will make you feel right at home. The energy is contagious, and you’ll find yourself caught up in the fun and excitement in no time. Best part, salsa classes are free for beginners 8 p.m. to 9 p.m while social hour is from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m..
When: Sunday, Aug. 27 at 8 p.m.
Where: Tatel Beverly Hills, 453 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills
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