ALAC Music Series

January 28, 2018

The inaugural ALAC Music Series brought two nights of spirited performances at Zebulon in Los Angeles' Frogtown neighborhood

Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) celebrated the debut of the ALAC Music Series for the ninth edition of the fair. In partnership with Zebulon, located in Los Angeles’ Frogtown neighborhood, ALAC hosted special performances following the conclusion of the VIP Preview and Opening Night on Thursday night and the first public day of the fair on Friday.

Cat Power at ALAC After Party, 2018.

On Thursday, the official ALAC After Party brought to the stage the singer-songwriter Cat Power who delivered an intimate, thoughtful performance featuring following the buzz of opening night events. Her set list featured classic songs from her repertoire that captivated the group of artists, gallerists and fair visitors that were in attendance at the concert venue.

Freestyle Fellowship, ALAC Music Series, 2018.

Friday’s headlining performance by Freestyle Fellowship presented an energetic conclusion to that day’s events. Each member demonstrated their mastery of freestyle verse and rhymes, keeping the crowded venue buoyant throughout the rest of the evening.

The ALAC Music Series is a newly-launched initiative of Art Los Angeles Contemporary in partnership with Zebulon, bringing music and art together for the fair’s broad audience in Los Angeles. Over the coming months there will be additional performances and concerts announced to the public.


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