First Fridays by Jeremiah Garcia

KCRW will be presenting the First Fridays series at the Natural History Museum for the 4th year in a row in 2013. It’s a big year for NHM as they are celebrating their 100-year anniversary! A little music, a little science and some HUGE dinosaurs. That’s why this series rules!

Starting in January, the museum doors will stay open until 10pm once a month for this all ages event.

LA’s own Lord Huron kicks things off January 4, 2013. Their full length debut is full of evocative, majestic songs inspired by nature so I can’t imagine a better fit! Local trio Wildcat! Wildcat! will open the show with a set of indie electro pop.

Advance tickets often sell out fast. They are go on sale to Natural History Museum members on November 30 and to the public on December 3 (both at 10am). Get tickets here.

Also, there are always a limited number of tickets available at the door.


DJ: Aquarium Drunkard
8:00pm Wildcat! Wildcat!
9:15pm: Lord Huron

5:00pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm- “Tools of the Trade”

6:30pm — Dr. Kirk Johnson

Mark your calendar for the dates below!


January 4, 2013 – Lord Huron & Wildcat! Wildcat!
February 1, 2013 — Gaslamp Killer
March 1, 2013
April 5, 2013
May 3, 2013
June 9, 2013 (SUNDAY)


WHEN: Friday, January 4, 2013. Extended Museum hours until 10:00 PM.
WHERE: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is located at 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90007.
ADMISSION: Concert Ticket + Museum Admission ($18) / Museum Admission ($12)
Guided tours and discussions are available on a first come, first served basis to all ticket-holders.
More info

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  • deb said:

    Please include information about public transit. There is an Expo stop across the st.

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