Ohana Festival – Preview of a Fine Music Festival on the Beach

Ohana Festival has steadily built its reputation as a music festival that is manageable in size, perfect in its location and noted for its eclectic list of quality artists. Ohana Festival ... Continue Reading →

FlipTix Solves the Issue of Departing Concertgoers; Big Launch at KAABOO

We have been watching with interest the evolution of KAABOO, which launched in Del Mar and has announced similar festivals in Texas and the Caribbean. In a couple weeks at KAABOO Del ... Continue Reading →

A Midsummer Dream List of Concert Evenings

Don’t look now, but we’re past the halfway mark of July. There are still plenty of great summer concerts in Los Angeles. Here ten gigs that are sure to deliver a great evening. Roger ... Continue Reading →

The Sorting Room nightclub has great mix of talent at The Wallis in Beverly Hills

An intimate nightclub atmosphere to enjoy great talent. That’s The Sorting Room at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. This summer the popular place ... Continue Reading →

The World’s Most Instagrammed Pool is in Bali – Let’s Party With Fergie

On September 1 the bubbly Fergie will be appearing at Rapture, an amazing gathering at The Mulia Resort in Bali. She will be joined by polymath Mark Ronson, noted globally as a producer, ... Continue Reading →

Celebrating 65 years of SHARE-ing gals kick up their heels

Over the decades many illustrious stars (Johnny Carson, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, etc.) have performed and supported the SHARE Boomtown gala. But the real stars of the shows have ... Continue Reading →

Arroyo Seco Announces Impressive Sophomore Lineup

As we observe the shakeout from the recent years of “peak festivals,” various festivals have gone dark. Arroyo Seco last year had an impressive inaugural weekend which ... Continue Reading →

Coachella 2018 – Big Coverage

Although it did not sell out as quickly as in past years, Coachella again confirmed its status as the most influential music festival in North America, perhaps in the world. Greta Van ... Continue Reading →