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Make Music Pasadena- June 18

Posted by Amoebite, May 25, 2011 09:55am | Post a Comment

Southern California's largest free music event, Make Music Pasadena, happens June 18 with four main stages and hundreds of spontaneous performances! It promises to be one of this summer’s most eclectic festivals! We’re pleased to sponsor the afternoon featuring a plethora of great artists performing indie rock, world music, jazz and more!  Key performances include sets from Best Coast, Ra Ra Riot, Ben L’Oncle Soul, The Morning Benders, and more! Look for the Amoeba booth! More info.

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Get Free Amoeba Eco Bag with Hollywood Hot Deals

Posted by Amoebite, May 14, 2011 01:18pm | Post a Comment
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Celebrate 4th of July at Amoeba Hollywood! We've got cool DJs, a treasure hunt, poster sale and MUCH more!

Poster Sale July 4th Weekend! Amoeba carries an amazing selection of vintage and modern concert posters, as well as reprints from all music genres including jazz, rock, R&B and more. All posters will be 25% off July 4th weekend (6/30 - 7/4).

Get a free Amoeba eco bag! Offer redeemable at Amoeba Hollywood with a copy of the Hollywood Hot Deals email.

Gift is limited to one per person, copy of the Hollywood Hot Deals email from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce required.

Free bag offer expires August 20, 2012.

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The 8th Annual Berkeley World Music Festival- June 4th

Posted by Amoebite, May 11, 2011 09:21am | Post a Comment

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The Berkeley World Music Festival presents free and continuous performances by some of the finest world music artists, including Fito Reinoso y su Ritomo y Armonia and a host of others. On Saturday, June 4, from noon to 9pm, enjoy a wonderful mix of intimate performances at People’s Park as well as inside Telegraph Avenue cafes and shops. Swing by Amoeba Music on Telegraph for a special performance by Mamadou & Vanessa at 3pm! More info.

"Berkeley World Music Festival has some of our best world musicians who call the East Bay home...a wonderful event, an intimate mix of outdoor performances in cafes and shops and the best music People's Park gets each year along Telegraph Ave." - Larry Kelp, KPFA

Master kamale ngoni player Mamadou Sidibe is from the Wassoulou Region of Mali, West Africa. Twenty-five years ago Mamadou played a groundbreaking role in transforming the music of this region from its origins in hunters' sacred melodies -- played on six string donso ngoni (hunter's harps)-- to a music of philosophical observations, politics and daily life. Vanessa Sidibe, originally from New York, is an accomplished Afro- Cuban and Salsa musician. She has performed, recorded and taught in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City for over fifteen years. She brings earthy depth and ethereal sensuality to all her vocals whether singing in English, Bambara or Spanish.

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The 25th Annual JazzReggae Festival-May 29-30-UCLA

Posted by Amoebite, May 11, 2011 09:07am | Post a Comment

Held at UCLA’s Intramural Field over Memorial Day weekend, this year’s JazzReggae Festival marks the 25th anniversary of this historic celebration of music, culture, and community. The JazzReggae Festival is the largest entirely student produced and run event of its kind on the West Coast.

Enjoy live performances from Lupe Fiasco, Steel Pulse, Little Dragon, Lee Fields, Talib Kweli, Me’Shell Ndegeocello and more! Single day tickets are available at Amoeba Hollywood. More info.

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The 38th Annual Topanga Days Festival- May 28-30

Posted by Amoebite, May 11, 2011 09:03am | Post a Comment

Topanga Days is a 3 day Fair & Fund Raiser celebrating Music & The Arts. Bring the family for crafts, activities and lots of local and national music including sets from Lee Rocker, John and Maggie Mayall and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. It all happens at 1440 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd from 10am-7pm. Come on down and join us! More info.

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