The third annual Psycho Las Vegas took over the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino from Aug. 16 to Aug. 19. The three stages of Psycho Las Vegas included performances from 70-plus artists from all corners of the world, including black-metal headliners Dimmu Borgir and legendary occult rockers Coven, as well as classics like Voivod, The Hellacopters, Godflesh and more. Converging on Sin City, Psycho Las Vegas may just be America's greatest rock & roll bacchanal. ¡Viva Psycho!
All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren.
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RuPaul's DragCon L.A., the world's largest event celebrating drag culture, returned to DTLA for its fourth year over the May 11-13 weekend. DragCon featured more than 100 queens, 350 vendors and exhibitors, panels and special guests. Happily the city of Los Angeles came together in enthusiastic droves to celebrate the beautiful and inclusive world of drag. All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren.
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On Monday, Sept. 4, professional matchmaking site Three Day Rule hosted its second annual Labor Day pool party, also billed as the Last Pool Party of the Summer. We're in SoCal, so it's safe to say we have plenty of summertime weather and pool days ahead of us, but that didn't stop swimsuited revelers from packing the pool at the Viceroy Hotel in Santa Monica. We have a while before the leaves start to turn brown and the heat subsides, but any excuse to float around a pool on an inflatable Pegasus is cool by us.
All photos by Ed "The Animal" Carrasco.
FYF has become a very musically diverse festival, and each year it attracts an equally diverse group of music fans from every corner of Los Angeles and beyond. Here are the ones who caught our eye at FYF Fest 2017 (along with a few of the year's most eye-catching performers). All photos by Mathew Tucciarone. Follow him on Instagram: @mathewtucciarone.
As the sun rose on Monday morning, the desert dust had settled and Coachella weekend one officially drew to a close. But along with the music still echoing in our ears are the bountiful memories of all the beautiful faces that attended over the April 14-16 weekend. From the fashion-forward to the straight-up naked and downright weird, everyone had a unique way of showcasing their unique beauty, making the weekend an exceptionally magical experience.
All photography by Shane Lopes.
At the Los Angeles Harajuku Fashion Meet No. 7 took place Saturday, May 14, in Little Tokyo’s Weller Court, members of Harajuku Day took photos, exchanged fashion tips and showcased their newest kawaii accessories. Harajuku Day, a Los Angeles–based group of Harajuku fashion enthusiasts, has been putting together local gatherings since 2015. Angelenos attend the various meetings to celebrate the many Japanese street fashion–inspired styles, such as Lolita, decora, otome, gal, mahou kei and more. All photos by Shannon Cottrell