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When you live in a state as geographically unmatched as California, where the mountains, beach, and desert can all be reached within hours of driving the open road, summer calls for some road trippin'. Especially if there are awesome music festivals involved. As live music fanatics, we believe there's no better reason to gather your besties, pack up the car, and hit the road when your destination can be any number of raging music fests going down in all reaches of Cali this summer. From pool party-hopping electro concerts in Palm Springs to Paul McCartney and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs in San Francisco, this season boasts many reasons to cruise out of L.A. for a bit. So grab the coolers and start making your driving playlists as we break down the most road trip-worthy California music festivals to get to this summer.
A skater-heavy crowd of art enthusiasts and famous friends such as Neil Patrick Harris came out to Roberts & Tilton gallery in Culver City on Saturday for a first glimpse at Memory Foam, the latest exhibition of photographs by Ed Templeton at the show's opening reception.
Taken yesterday off the side of Huntington Beach Pier by Ed Templeton with this caption:
"The tide was low, the Pacific was clear, the waves breaking in shallow water, from the pier we watched bat rays and sting rays, and cormorants chasing schools of tiny fish moving with quick directional shifts. Surfers crowded the waves, the older guys with long and graceful moves and the kids trying to blast air on every wave, only to flounder in the air and be splashed back down."
You might not realize it yet, but you're in a bit of a predicament this weekend. With an almost unbelievable amount of music festivals, big-name tours, free shows and local superstars all playing live in the next few days, how are you ever going to prioritize? Well, to help you get through this, we humbly submit another installment of Go See A Show, our picks for the most kick-ass live music to check out in the L.A. area this weekend. Consider it a public service from us to you. More»
Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.