Hollywood’s beloved English pub closes its doors on Dec. 15. The owners will be looking for a new location, but the historic Sunset Boulevard space, with its quaint patio and cozy indoor restaurant, will be sorely missed. But a couple of nights before the final goodbye, on Dec. 13, one of the pub’s best-known employees, “Dandy Randy,” will be throwing a mega-bash for Fiddle friends, fans and regulars to chug, chow and rock out in a big way.
DJ Lance Rock (of Yo Gabba Gabba) will be spinning one of his epic all-vinyl sets, as will Randy himself. Plus, there will be live performances on the patio by some of L.A.’s grooviest musicians: Joel Gion of the Brian Jonestown Massacre (who’ll be joined by guest BJM jammers), melodic boho-rock babe Miranda Lee Richards and psychedelic beatsters The Quarter After.
Expect an audacious, Anglophilic good time celebrating 30 years of cold brews, great grub and cool tunes.
CAT & FIDDLE
6530 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Sat., Dec. 13, 4-9 p.m.
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