Get Some "High Kicks" Tonight With Your New Wednesday Night At SKYBAR

by Emily Green · October 19, 2011

Introducing L.A.'s newest Wednesday night destination, High Kicks at SKYBAR. Last week, we had the chance to check out the launch of the new weekly party featuring a pop-up street art gallery, music by the always outrageous Justin Tranter of Semi Precious Weapons, and cocktails set against views of the twinkling L.A. skyline. We can tell you first-hand this is just the right amount of 'party' without overdoing it to get you through the week, and we think you should probably come out tonight for round two to see what it's all about.

Presented by Semi Precious Weapons, LAB Art and the Mondrian, every Wednesday night through December L.A. gets a reward for making it halfway through the workweek and ideal spot to blow off steam with High Kicks. And because this is L.A., while our friends in the east have to go into hibernation mode, we get to comfortably party poolside well into winter under the stars at places like SKYBAR. With the stiletto-stomping Tranter assuming the role as DJ as he mans the turntables, guests are invited to come out for some fresh air and enjoy drinks with a cityscape backdrop each week at High Kicks.

The night also offers a bit of culture thanks to Iskander Lemseffer's LAB Art, the largest street art gallery in the country which will display roughly 10 different pieces from its collection each week in a pop-up gallery you're free to wander. LAB Art features works from some of the most renowned street artists in the world as well as local talents, and will exhibit this range each Wednesday in the pop-up gallery, like last week's which included works by CYRCLE and Desire Obtain Cherish. And, in the coming weeks, expect to see some live painting action from the LAB Art crew.

Join us for another round of High Kicks tonight at SKYBAR to finish out your Hump Day with some cocktails, music and art. You'll feel good about yourself for indulging your midweek thirst for nightlife with a sophisticated cultural experience and saving your routine degeneracy (which we wholeheartedly support) for the weekend.