Join Amoeba Music for March's edition of First Fridays! Once a month, Los Angeles's Natural History Museum stays open late and features live music, exciting scientific discussion, and behind-the-scenes curatorial tours as part of the First Fridays program. Amoeba is excited to sponsor this fabulous series of live music, discussion, concessions, tours, DJs and more.
Join us on March 7 from 5-10 p.m. for live performances from San Fermin, wild Up and Son Lux starting at 8 p.m., with DJs Anthony Valadez and DJ Wisacre starting at 5:30, and tours with Dr. Greg Pauly and Dr. Brad Shaffer and a discussion with Shaffer before the show!
Look for the Amoeba booth, where we'll be handing out free swag and selling Amoeba merch. Plus, we'll have Happy Hour gift certificates for sale at the booth. You know, our killer deal where you can buy a $20 Amoeba gift certificate for just $10 (limit 2 per person).
San Fermin is a New York-based orchestral pop band who released their self-titled debut last year, featuring the brilliant songwriting of Ellis Ludwig-Leone and powerful, operatic female vocals. They're paired with wild Up, a raw, neo-classical collective from Los Angeles, and Son Lux, aka New York-based Ryan Lott, who crafts alternative pop flavored with post-rock and hip-hop elements, exemplified on the recent Lanterns LP.
Tours at 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. cover "Tracking and Trapping L.A.'s Wildlife" (limit 15 people per tour), exploring how scientists study L.A.'s incredible biodiversity. The discussion "Killer Newts, Awesome Lizards, and Scaly Serpents: Why We Need Them Back in L.A." starts at 6:30.
Find out more HERE!