Rock the Summer Pass - $25
"Online sales have closed. Rock the Summer passes are now only available for purchase onsite at the Hammer Museum. "
Jump the lines, rock the VIP lounge for all four Also I Like To Rock concerts AND enjoy a membership to BOTH the Hammer Museum and KCRW through October 31, 2010.
All Hammer public programs (concerts, lectures, screenings, etc...) are free to the public and only Hammer members receive express entry and VIP access. Get your pass NOW before this special offer is sold out!
Hammer benefits include:
▪ One express entry for the entire series of Also I Like To Rock
▪ Access to the VIP lounge for one
▪ Unlimited free Museum admission for one through October 31, 2010
▪ Priority seating for one at all Hammer public programs through October 31, 2010
▪ An invitation for two to the September 24th opening of Eva Hesse and Mark Manders
▪ 10% discount at the Hammer bookstore
▪ 20% discount on published rates at Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs
▪ Hammer emails featuring Museum events and special member opportunities
KCRW benefits include:
▪ Eligibility for on-air and online giveaways to concerts, movie screenings, and more
▪ Automatic entry into all KCRW Sweepstakes through October 31, 2010
▪ Members are the first to purchase tickets to KCRW-produced concerts and events
▪Your Guide - a quarterly newsletter on KCRW programming and current events
(Note: Space is limited at each concert and while Rock the Summer Pass holders get priority access, entrance is not guaranteed.)
Rock the Summer Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable. Thank you for supporting the Hammer Museum and KCRW 89.9FM!
Also I Like To Rock schedule
Thursday, July 1, 8PM
DJ: Dan Wilcox 7PM
Saint Motel --The wildly cinematic indie-pop quartet has stamped itself as one of the most cathartic performers on the Los Angeles scene, marrying its danceable rock with imaginative visuals and bending convention wherever possible. Prepare for a spectacle.
Kitten--Frontwoman Chloe Chaidez is only 15 years old, but her quartet’s music—tuneful, edgy, heady pop-rock—already has fans everywhere purring, even without a formal release. The foursome’s shows have revealed a star on the rise.
Thursday, July 8, 8PM
DJ: Anne Litt 7PM
Admiral Radley--What happens when members of two acclaimed indie bands get together? Magic, judging from the deft touches on the forthcoming album I Heart California. The brand-new quartet is the brainchild of Jason Lytle and Aaron Burtch of Grandaddy and Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray of Earlimart.
The Happy Hollows--Don’t be deceived by Sarah Negahdari’s pixieish charm — the Los Angeles trio’s frontwoman packs a wallop with every yelp and guitar lick. Their debut album Spells brims with tightly wound but playful indie rock and exhilarating choruses.
Thursday, July 15, 8PM
DJ: Garth Trinidad 7PM
The Heavy--Fresh off touring with Sharon Jones &
the Dap-Kings, this aptly named U.K. quartet trades in a fiery stew of
soul, funk, reggae and blues — taking, as singer Kelvin Swaby says,
“everything America has thrown at us … and giving it a British twist.”
If you’ve heard the Heavy’s single “How You Like Me Now?,” you’ve
felt the intensity.
Fitz & the Tantrums--Motown’s golden age springs to life with vital, new energy in the music of the sharp-dressed Los Angeles sextet. They’re proof positive that fun, funky blue-eyed soul will never go out of style. Watch for an announcement in June revealing the second band to rock this eclectic evening.
Thursday, July 22, 8PM
DJ: Chuck P 7PM
Voxhaul Broadcast--From its roots in R&B-inspired classic rock, the Los Angeles quartet has taken its musical vision widescreen, crafting hook-filled anthems of love and longing and establishing itself as a Next Big Thing wherever it has taken the stage.
Chasing Kings--The Los Angeles quartet’s breathtaking indie-pop is the stuff of twining guitar riffs, rollicking keys, and soaring melodies, all packaged in surprising ways. No surprise that its debut EP The Current State of Our Future has won fans instantly.