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Norton Simon Museum
Friday, April 5 — 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
From Picasso to Warhol, the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena offers a wide range of art for anyone who appreciates history and creativity. And just to make this museum all the more impressive, visitors can get cultured on Friday without paying any admission. So linger awhile and get lost in the many exhibits at the Norton Simon Museum.
DUB Auto Show and Concert Tour
Sunday, April 7 — noon to 6 p.m.
Los Angeles Convention Center
Fans of luxury cars know that driving isn’t just about the ride, it’s about living the lifestyle: fast, fabulous and famous. The luxury-car-magazine DUB has put together the world’s largest custom car show and concert tour, aptly named the DUB Auto Show and Concert Tour. The event will be hitting the Los Angeles Convention Center this Sunday and boasts performances by Tyga, B.o.B., Big Sean, Kid Ink and Clyde Carson, plus Chi Town’s Finest Breakers. So wear your sharpest outfit, come out and enjoy the show.
Friday, April 5; 5:30 p.m.
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Now that the first week of April is here, it’s time to party with the dinosaurs! Performances include Japanther, a quick-paced punk rock band, as well as composer and musical prodigy Dan Deacon. At the DJ lounge, remix king DJ Anthony Valadez and 80s pop duo DJ KISSES will be spinning and scratching the night away. At the Natural History Museum’s First Friday Event, you can get educated and get your dance on at the same time!
Who Framed Roger Rabit: A Toontown Reunion
Thursday, April 4 — 7:30 p.m.
Samuel Goldwyn Theater
So who actually framed Roger Rabbit? Find out at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science’s 25th anniversary celebration of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? with a remastered screening of the groundbreaking live-action and animation film, famous for bringing Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse together on screen for the first time. The screening will be followed by a discussion with some of the cast and crew, including director Robert Zemeckis, actress Joanna Cassidy and voice actor Charles Fleischer.