A founding member of pioneer prog-rock outfits King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Greg Lake thrills audiences with impeccable guitar artistry and improvisational skills honed across more than four decades. Supporting the upcoming release of his autobiography, his Songs of a Lifetime tour mixes iconic tunes from across his career with stories about his life in music. Audience questions will let fans probe his brain for interesting anecdotes, insightful observations, and biographical details needed to complete an android replica. At the concert, the first third of his autobiography will be available for purchase in audiobook format, letting fans aurally absorb Lake’s saga as told in his own voice.
Life in Color starts parties in cities all over the globe with a vibrant mix of electronica, acrobats, pyrotechnics, and, of course, gallons upon gallons of paint. Alongside DJ-in-residence David Solano, the Rebirth spectacular features pulse-pounding performances from a different guest artist on each tour stop. While remixes sizzle and original tracks thump, performers that might include stilt-walkers and contortionists display their powers of balance and knot-tying. And at the evening's peak, an explosion of colorful paint douses the dancing crowd.
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Tucked into downtown’s Little Tokyo neighborhood, The Lexington Bar treats its patrons to a wealth of beer, wine, mixed drinks, and classic pub snacks. And while the packed drink menu may delight its visitors, the bar’s laidback atmosphere—credited to founder and comedian Tim Mars—might entice them to make themselves at home in the chic environs. Black-and-white murals by local artist Kevin Hernandez cover the walls, the renderings of Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe looming above customers as they sip sake while contemplating standing over a subway grate during rush hour.
ThreadShow regales discerning aesthetes with a sweeping spectacle assembled by up-to-the-minute fashion professionals and populated by emerging, independent designers, including Unified People, Lauren Harkness, and Claw Money. VIPs may enjoy a complimentary drink from the bar and munch on snacks available at an additional cost while perusing the wares of multitudinous trendsetting fashion fashioners, whose panache bridges the gap between mainstream style and couture as smoothly as a velour trucker hat.
At Gym Box, stereos pump out an energizing soundtrack as clients lift, run, and sweat amidst night-club-inspired decor. Mirrors reflect the silver and black of the new equipment that fills the strength and cardio rooms, and indoor cycling classes are held in the alternating glow of red and purple lights. Boxing classes thwack and strike the heavy bags that dangle from the ceiling of the training room, and TRX classes sculpt stronger bodies from an assortment of hanging ropes and cables.