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.

6530 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Sat., Dec. 13, 4-9 p.m.

More information here.

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