FEATURE: Almost Famous
ABOUT: A high-school boy in the early 1970s is given the chance to write a story for Rolling Stone magazine about an up-and-coming rock band as he accompanies them on their concert tour.
MOVIE LENGTH: 2 hour 2 minutes
LOCATION: The Autry Museum - 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027
TIME: Doors 5:30pm. Band 6:45pm. Movie 8:00pm.
BAND: Patrolled By Radar
FOOD TRUCKS: Angelenos Wood Fire Pizza, Love Bird
*Food Trucks are subject to change*
ADVANCE TICKETS: General Admission $22. Reserved Section $27.
DOOR: General Admission $27. Reserved Section $32.
RESERVED SEATING: The Reserved Section is premium seating on the field in front of the screen, which is exclusively for Reserved ticket holders. You may arrive at any time. Seating is first come, first serve for both General Admission and Reserved sections.
PARKING: Free parking available.
CHAIRS: Low chairs only. No tall chairs, please. Stadium chairs (seats that directly touch the ground) allowed in middle seating sections. Any chairs taller than a stadium seat will be sat on the sides. Chairs 6 inches or taller NOT PERMITTED. If you need any assistance during the event, our Street Food Cinema Staff will be happy to assist you.
– Restrooms are available for public use.
– On-site food trucks will be available.
– If you or anyone within your group has or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we ask you to please stay home to ensure the health and safety of our audience and staff.
DOGS: Fido friendly, Fido approved! Leashed dogs welcome.
*Event details are subject to change
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You can trace an almost linear route from the unfiltered moments of Dylan and The Hawks through Gram Parsons, to Tom Petty (with a slight detour along the way for chunks of the Rolling Stones circa 1969-72 and a speed bump called 'Tom Waits in the '90s').The latest extension of this musical highway is paved by Patrolled By Radar, led by songwriter Jay Souza, aka RJ Bloke. On their latest album, Cool Your Jets, the Los Angeles based band fuses the finer elements of the past four decades to craft rock songs whose appeal defies genre or classification. Once again the band tapped Grammy nominated producer Peter Curry (Los Straitjackets) to record, mix & produce the album, as he's done with their first two releases, and the strength of that relationship translates to the confidence PBR displays in their songwriting and performance. Curry, who also plays bass (and sometimes drums) on the new release refers to the songwriting as"flash fiction with music." Adding further praise, he says "Jay has more in common with The Kinks than any of the current crop of 'Americana.' His songs tell stories that are simultaneously funny, sad and ironic, and the music rocks. He's one of those rare songwriters who crafts melodies as strong as his lyrics. "Aside from multiple rounds of touring on their own across the US, Patrolled By Radar has shared the stage with an eclectic array of artists such as Los Lonely Boys, Taj Mahal, The Jayhawks, Tim Finn w/ Richard Thompson, Holly Golightly & The Broke offs, the Gourds, Dave & Phil Alvin, and Los Straitjackets.