Final “Also I Like To Rock” Hammer Show Tomorrow Eve: Win A Prize Pack Now
Photo: HCP @ Greek 2010 by Lindsey
The Henry Clay People w/ Lady Danville @ Hammer Museum
Thursday, July 28, 2011 (Free)
If you’re heading over to the final “Also I Like To Rock” show at the Hammer tomorrow evening, we have one swag bag to give away at this time. Bag includes a t-shirt, poster, and a few signed CDs by bands that have played the series – all in a handy Hammer Museum tote bag. Email me now with your first and last name for a chance to win this thing. NOTE: You must pick up this bag at the show, so, obviously, don’t enter if you’re not headed to the show.
Full press release and show details after the jump.
Final Also I Like to Rock Show of 2011 THIS Thursday
w/ Henry Clay People and Lady Danville
The free music series is a cultural collaboration between KCRW and the Hammer Museum
After three hugely successful weeks, the final show in the Hammer Museum’s 2011 Also I Like to Rock series is upon us THIS Thursday, July 28. The combination of the warm Westside summer breeze, live music, and fascinating art makes this series something that stands apart from all other music events in the city. If that isn’t motivation enough, the show is free and all ages.
It is a homecoming of sorts for indie rock trio Lady Danville (on at 9:30pm), who met as part of UCLA’s Awaken A Capella ensemble. Also, be prepared to sing along with your fists in the air to The Henry Clay People (on at 8:15p), whose energy is entirely contagious. KCRW DJ Chris Douridas will host the festivities.
The series is a collaboration between KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW) and the Hammer Museum. Week after week has flown by with remarkable performances to packed audiences by Graffiti6, Eastern Conference Champions, Grouplove, Hanni El Khatib, Milo Greene and The Soft Pack. The series curator was Kevin Bronson, of Buzzbands LA.
What: Also I Like to Rock at the Hammer Museum
Time: 7pm – 10:30pm
Location: The Hammer Museum is located at 10899 Wilshire Blvd.(at the northeast corner of Westwood and Wilshire) in the heart of Westwood. For current program and exhibition information call 310-443-7000 or visit www.hammer.ucla.edu.
Parking: Concertgoers are encouraged to arrive early and take advantage of $3 parking under the museum available after 6pm.