Free Jazz Music and BYOB Dinner
This is the last minute event due to I am piggy back other people's event. No, I am not copying words by words. But when there is a good event, I like to share that idea with friends. You are welcome to bring your own drinks and foods and eat it in the lawn or buy it at the cafe. Also, I recommend that you bring a blanket to seat down.
Following comments were post it by Darrell from the LA Foodies:
"LACMA is pretty chill about bringing in our own food and beverages and if you want to get good seats, you should arrive at least 1/2 hour early (5:30pm) and gather at the raised lawn about[masked] feet in front of the red elevators.
The deal with BYOB wine is just keep it a little on the down low... don't flaunt it or go to the restaurant and ask to borrow their corkscrew..."
Charles Owen Quintet
World-class tenor sax, soprano sax, and flute player Charles Owens is a fearless virtuoso with his own distinctive musical voice. A featured soloist with the Clayton Hamilton Orchestra, he also serves as conductor of the Luckman Jazz Orchestra. Over the years, he has worked with Horace Tapscott, the Gerald Wilson Orchestra, James Newton, John Carter, and Patrice Rushen.
BP Grand Entrance | Free, no reservations
Meeting Place: East of Elevator in BP Hall.