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Are you looking for great LIVE MUSIC and GREAT PEOPLE to enjoy it with for FREE? Whether you're new in town, single or just want someone to sit next to when your favorite artist comes to town, Los Angeles Free Concerts is the club for you!

We’re the SECOND LARGEST Meetup in the world with with over 45,000 friendly members! With dozens of fun events every month you are certain to make new friends. You will see all kinds of concerts from Pop to Indie, Classical to Jazz. And Oscar, Grammy and Tony winners such as Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo and Wynonna Judd to name a few. Superbands such as Depeche Mode and classical powerhouses such as the LA Philharmonic. At most of our events we have a Meet & Greet where you will meet other members. We regularly schedule game nights, visits to museums, costume parties, dances, exclusive singles mixers, formal balls, karaoke--live band of course, and much, much more. Never an admission fee!

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Finally!!! A Free Concert!! Brought to us by The Natural History Museum.

TO GET TIX FREE TIX FOR THE ZOOM https://tickets.nhm.org/webstore/shop/viewItems.aspx?cg=vff1&c=vff3 The Live Performance is at 8PM 6 pm: Discussion - Future of Food (Zoom Webinar) 7 pm: Dino 101 - Interview & Interactive Quiz (Zoom Webinar) 8 pm: Live Performance - Choir Boy (YouTube Live) 8:30 pm: DJ Lounge - KCRW DJ Novena Carmel (YouTube Live) The Future Is Now Faster than a Wi-Fi download, more powerful than an electromagnetic field, able to leap centuries in a single algorithm, the tech future is coming fast with the promise of delivering a livable future in spite of the forces arrayed against it. Discussion | 6 pm | Zoom Webinar There’s only a planet h-for-humans if there’s a planet-b-for-bees, a creature vital to earth’s prospering. And b-for-breakthroughs in what and how we eat. Lab-grown meat and leather, aeroponic produce, more yield from less arable land, climate change-adapted crops – what coming loaves-and-fishes scientific triumphs will feed more of us, more responsibly? Dino 101 | 7 pm | Zoom Webinar Interview and interactive quiz game hosted by Science Communicator, Dustin Growick, and featuring Dr. Luis M. Chiappe, Senior Vice President of Research & Collections and the Gretchen Augustyn Director of the Dinosaur Institute. Live Performance - Choir Boy | 8 pm | YouTube Live Since Choir Boy’s gorgeous debut LP on Team Love records in 2016, the dream-pop outfit has gained a cult following online and in underground circles. Adam’s stunning vocal range, layered compositions, and heartbreaking melodies are backed by musical partner Chaz Costello on bass (Fossil Arms, Sculpture Club, Human Leather) - and along with a rotating cast of players, create the perfect blend of nostalgia-laced romantic pop music we’ve been waiting years to hear. DJ Lounge | 8:30 pm | YouTube Live KCRW RESIDENT DJ: NOVENA CARMEL With music royalty in her blood, Novena Carmel is an eclectic and energetic Bay Area born, LA-based DJ, singer, host, and curator known to lure a crowd and turn the party out. As a DJ, her love for music shines through in her wide range of selection, big smile and dance moves. In addition to L.A residencies, Novena has played at Amoeba Records, Dublab radio and as a resident at the Stones Throw summer pool party. Each discussion forum will be moderated by Patt Morrison, L.A. Times journalist, author and Emmy-winning television and radio host. Dr. Ellen Jorgensen is cofounder and Chief Science Officer at Aanika, a biotech startup that safeguards supply chains and promotes sustainable practices by using microbes to track and trace food and other products. In 2017, Fast Company magazine named her one of their Most Creative Leaders in Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Cell & Molecular Biology from New York University, spent over 30 years in the biotechnology industry, and is passionate about science literacy. Her TED talks, “Biohacking: You Can Do It Too” and “What You Need To Know About CRISPR” have each had over a million views. Caroline Kolta is a Project Manager at the XPRIZE Foundation working on designing incentivized competitions to leverage innovation and technology for international development and social impact. She also supports the Foundation’s research to chart future roadmaps for food systems. She holds an MA in Sustainable International Development, with a focus on Conflict Resolution from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University and a Bachelor of Political Science from Cairo University. Patt Morrison is a Los Angeles writer and newspaper columnist who has a share of two Pulitzer Prizes. She has won six Emmys and eleven Golden Mike awards for her work hosting public television and radio programs. She also hosted the nationally syndicated television program “The Book Show with Patt Morrison”

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