Los Angeles – Rock/Style, LA Times’ annual celebration of music and fashion, returns on Tuesday, June 11th. The World Famous KROQ’s Ted Stryker will host at Hollywood’s state-of-the-art party venue Sound. The evening will feature an American Icons-themed live runway show from Macy’s and a performance by Brooklyn-based Jukebox the Ghost. Tickets are on sale now: latimes.com/rockstyle.
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Discount code ($10 off $45 tix): RS2013
Sound’s blend of vintage and cutting edge combines eclectic interiors made of wood reclaimed from the former home of Frank Sinatra and Colorado railroad tracks with an ultra-modern sound, lighting and projection system, providing the perfect setting for a night reveling in American style. Indie-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost will hit the stage for a live set from their Yep Roc Records release “Safe Travels.” Stryker will keep the party going with DJ sets throughout, with the night’s main attraction being a theatrical runway show produced by Macy’s and paying homage to the people, places and fashions symbolic of the U.S.A.
LA Times Rock/Style is presented by Macy’s. Tickets are $45. Times members have access to a limited number of discounted tickets. Signature cocktails by Cointreau, Piper-Heidsieck Champagne, Redd’s Apple Ale and light bites are included with ticket purchase.