Events for Live Music

Expressions of Us Art Show

Join us for an evening of beautiful art, jazz music, and hors d'ouerves as we celebrate the outstanding work of the artists participating in the Work Activity Center's Creative Arts program. Sponsored by the JMP Foundation, the Expressions of Us Art Show showcases one-of-a-kind pieces created by our clients and helps raise funds to support the program in the upcoming year. All proceeds from ticket and art sales go directly towards the Center's Creative Arts program. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online, in-person at the Work Activity Center, or at the Aviary on the evening of the event.


Leroy Sanchez

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TROYBOI

Don’t miss TroyBoi when he returns to The Depot on September 19th! 

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Sextile with Fossil Arms, Martian Cult

As a stable fixture in the Los Angeles underground, Sextile has been gaining a devout following since its creation in 2015. The four-piece outfit has all the makings of a revolutionary sound — boldly throwing convention out the window to create an entirely original, genre-bending imprint that combines the raw energy of 70’s punk with the intricate and sophisticated structural elements of 80’s post-punk and synthwave.

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MUSE with 30 Seconds to Mars

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GGOOLLDD

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Widowspeak

Widowspeak remain purveyors of mood. Whether painting an image of a basement apartment with blinds closed or conjuring the sweeping openness of a desert, they’re an outfit ever preoccupied with the influence of place and the passage of time on personal experience: the way vivid memories can feel like movies or dreams.
On their newest album for Brooklyn’s Captured Tracks, Widowspeak use familiar aesthetics as a narrative device, a purposeful nostalgic backdrop for songs that ask, “How did we get here?” Sonically, they exist somewhere in the overlap between somber indie rock, dream pop, slow-core and their own invented genre, “cowboy grunge.” At the heart of the band, there is a palpable duality, a push and pull between the delicate and the deliberate: the contrast of lead singer-songwriter Molly Hamilton’s strikingly beautiful voice and poignant melodies with the terrestrial reality of being a four-piece rock band. These songs sound like the dark bars and rock clubs they were imagined for just as much as the bedrooms where they were written. Expect the Best sees Widowspeak finding their greatest balance between opposing forces: darkness and light, quiet and loud, tension and calm.

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John Davis

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TOVE LO

Tove Lo is hitting the road this summer in support of her second album, Lady Wood. 

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Froggy Fresh with Big O, House Of Lewis

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