This Is Halloween!

Your guide to tonight's parties:
West Hollywood's Annual Halloween Carnaval
Annual free event takes place on Santa Monica Boulevard between 6-11 p.m. Live music stages and costume parade. This year's honorary "queen of the carnaval" is Queen Latifah. For more information, and road closures, visit www.weho.org/halloween.

Rock Into October With Rock & Reilly’s

Rock & Reilly's pub is hosting their 2nd Annual Rocktoberfest Block Party on Saturday, Oct. 12. Here are details!
Performances by The Spazmatics, DJs and bands throughout the day
12 bars and 6 beer trucks
Food trucks: Germany's Famous Brautwurst & Grilled Cheese Truck
Tickets are available now through Eventbrite for a discounted advanced rate of $15 ($20 at the door, day of). A portion of the proceeds will benefit Pencils of Promise, which creates schools and programs around the world in support of education for kids. 
So get out and rock in October for a great cause! 

#GoBlue! Where To Watch The Dodgers Playoff Games

The City of Angels is in the midst of a love affair with baseball. Get in on the romance as The Sunset Strip’s bars and pubs provide you with the best viewing experience in town, starting tonight as the Dodgers take on the Atlanta Braves.

Rock & Reilly’s
Wear Dodgers blue to R&R pub and get a free round of shots for every Dodger homerun! www.rnrpub.com

Sunset Strip Market Announces October Live Music, Event Schedule; 2013 Season Wraps Oct. 24

The Sunset Strip Market is ready to rock your October with live music and events throughout the month! The fun kicks off this Thursday, Oct. 3, with Lady Zep, the premier, all female Led Zeppelin tribute band in Southern California. 
Upcoming weeks at the Market also include a “Dessert Night” with an assortment of sweet treats from local artisans and an Oktoberfest Celebration on Oct. 17. The Sunset Strip Market’s 2013 season will wrap on Oct. 24.
Full schedule of events:

Get Your Sunset Strip Music Festival Set Times, Parking, Ticket Info!

We're ready to celebrate with you today! Before you arrive at the street fest, check out ALL the info on set times, tickets, parking, will call, entrances, transportation and more!
Gates open by 2:30 p.m.! Queuing for entry to the festival begins no earlier than 11 a.m. behind the Whisky a Go-Go, 8901 W. Sunset Blvd.
For Parking, Metro & Uber Info:

Top 10 Favorite “Surprise” Moments At SSMF Street Fest

We're counting down the days til this year's street fest on August 3! Here's our "top 10" favorite SSMF street fest moments. There are so many more, though! For more information about this year's SSMF, including the full lineup and tickets, visit www.ssmf.com
1. Fergie performing "Barracuda" with Slash. (2010) 
Photo: Jim Donnelly
2. Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger performing The Doors songs with Marilyn Manson. (2012)
Photo: Nate Christenson
3. deadmau5 joining Tommy Lee on the 360 roller coaster drum set! (2011)
Photo: Jim Donnelly
4. Gavin Rossdale joining the crowd and singing to the fans. (2011)
Photo: Nate Christenson
5. Semi Precious Weapons' fans taking the stage! (2010)
Photo: Nate Christenson

Celebrate July 4th All Weekend!

The Beastie Boys said it best: “You gotta fight for your right to party!” Exercise your rights — and take advantage of your four day weekend — as we celebrate the July 4th holiday all weekend long with pool parties, barbecues and good ol’ American rock and roll. 




Jim Morrison Celebration Featuring Wild Child at Whisky

You don’t have to work tomorrow! Get out and celebrate one of America’s greatest bands (and one of The Sunset Strip’s most iconic artists) when the Whisky hosts a night honoring Jim Morrison. The Doors tribute band Wild Child will perform two sets, with doors opening at 8:00 p.m. The show is all ages. Tickets are $25. www.whiskyagogo.com


Twilight Swim at Skybar

Go ‘Retro’ At The Sunset Strip Market This Week: “American Graffiti” Movie Night + Grass-fed Burgers & Fries!

Grab your letterman jacket and roller skates and picnic under the stars this week as the Sunset Strip Market gets in the retro spirit and remembers cruising in cars and drive-in diners with an outdoor movie screening of George Lucas’ “American Graffiti.”


Further enhance your retro night with a grass-fed burger or farmstead grilled cheese sandwich from Farmhouse Kitchen (paired with some delicious, natural french fries from Belgian Fry Shack and cream top chocolate milk from Dairy Goddess). Or make your own picnic with cheese, olive, hummus, oysters and fresh fruit from the Market. The screening begins at 8:15 p.m. Seating is provided or guests are invited to BYOBlanket. 


Dayle Gloria has also curated a night of modern rock and roll this week with performances by three Los Angeles-based artists: