It’s finally out and what a cool episode. Very grateful to Tina Malave for choosing Odd Nights at The Autry as a featured “Summer To-Do.” 5th season and our favorite show we produce. Looking forward to July 19th’s Odd Night. If you want to catch the full episode head over to
Okay, so this is big. At least for me it is because ever since Shelly and I had our little mans birthday party at Ultrazone in Sherman Oaks, I have been hooked. In fact, all us dad’s may have had more fun than the kids. Or maybe that was just in my head. Either way, when we were approached to have a mobile laser tag arena set up at Odd Nights, I jumped at the opportunity. Adults and kids are welcome to participate. If you can’t find me anywhere else, I will be in full Fortnite mode with our son. Game On.
Running 6PM – 10PM. Games will be $5 per game, $12 for 3 games 5-minute games.
My wife never liked when I changed the original layout. I just had to get that out of the way first. I, on the other hand, thought people would like the food trucks in the parking lot instead of the field but I was wrong.
Yes, Shelly, I said it… You were right and I was wrong and I am not too proud to say that I agree with her. There was something amazing about having 18-20 food trucks in a semi-circle in the field. Starting May 17th the layout will be as you see below. This will also add a lot of customer parking to The Autry. It does fill up fast so we still have the Zoo parking and the “secret lot” as well.
Of course, ride share is always great too. Or better yet, try Getaround, our new Sponsor. For information on Getaround, please visit them online at getaround.com
Odd Nights at The Autry returns Friday, March 15th at 6 PM. After all the rain and gloom, it’s time to get those blankets and chairs out. Invite your friends & family and come enjoy the best-kept secret in town. Odd Nights with amazing local pop-up shops, tons of food trucks, a wonderland of huge inflatables, full bar, “real” restrooms and special entry into select galleries not to mention FREE parking and great music is all waiting for you every 3rd Friday through October.
The Hakuna Hemp Cafe and Lounge pop-up brings the comfort, community, and inspiration of a sultry bohemian coffee shop to the event world.
Cafe guests are welcomed by quality sourced, hemp-infused and vegan coffee, teas and lemonades. Patrons can also enjoy our vegan Cafe Bites and boutique hemp flower pre-rolls under the cafe’s spacious canopy. Enjoy captivating conversation, listen to the Odd Nights DJ’s spinning eclectic sounds, play board game and more!
This Friday is our last Odd Nights until January 2019! (Yes, January now instead of April)
As a special thank you, we are turning the 2.5 acre field into a pumpkin patch and get this, they are free! (1 per household/1 per child) Pumpkins are limited to first come first served.
We are super excited to announce that Odd Nights will run January through October starting in 2019. No more waiting until April! Thanks to The Autry for their continued support of Odd Nights.
This one was shot at the August 2018 Odd Nights at The Autry. You can see more videos at theoddmarket.com/autry
Video shot and produced by Steven Miranda. Find him on Instagram.
Thanks, Steven for the great videos. See you back on Sept 21st.
Sweet Red Bell Pepper Jelly! Delicious with every meal, snack, picnic or desert excursion, i.e. Burning Man.
Many of our regular customers are stocking up on Coldwater Canyon Provisions pickles, jams, and jellies for their annual trek to the desert.
Find all of our products at Odd Nights at The Autry Museum in Griffith Park, Friday 8/17, 6-11 pm
Some of our products at
Bon Vivant Marketplace & Café, Atwater Village
Webster’s Community Pharmacy, Altadena
Or online for delivery at www.milkandeggs.com
All of our pickles and jams are Vegan and gluten-free.
Drunken Logic at 8:30
With the daring to transform a country ballad into a reggae tune and the scathing wit for social and personal satire, Drunken Logic makes music that “blend[s] more genres and styles than we have room to list, all in the name of creating an eclectic fast-forward sound that’s shaken up after each track” (Vanyaland). Frontman Jake Cassman walked away from an Ivy League education to forge a theatrical folk-rock sound influenced as much by Kurt Vonnegut and Jon Stewart as by artists like Dawes or Frank Turner. Since then, DL has released two critically acclaimed albums, shot several award-winning music videos, and performed at major events and venues like AT&T Park and First Night Boston.
Jake’s artistic journey has taken him around the world and back again, with jobs in every corner of the music industry and performances at everything from celebrity galas to improv comedy shows. He’s also participated in grassroots campaigns for automatic voter registration and universal healthcare, and taught songwriting classes to young people trying to find their voices. Despite his busy schedule, Jake still saves time for pickup basketball, urban and rural hiking, and trying new beers based solely on their names.
Most recently, Drunken Logic donated their song and video “What A Beautiful Morning!” to the 30 Days, 30 Songs project for a Trump-free America, alongside artists like Death Cab for Cutie, R.E.M. and more. And with each step forward, they have been careful to give back to their community by supporting progressive causes and hosting music workshops for young people. This year, Jake has returned to his home state of California to release DL’s third record, The Loudness Wars — an unblinking reflection on the forces roiling our country and the people left in their wake. Consistently funny, always honest, and never boring, Drunken Logic is a powder keg of diverse rock music sparked by the American folk tradition — an inspiring and challenging sound defined by the times in which we live.
These guys are kicking off Odd Nights at The Autry this Friday at 6:30 PM and you don’t want to miss them.
Greg in Good Company’s music – a combination of upbeat catchy melodies, funky bass riffs, soulful vocal harmonies and thoughtful lyrics – is often compared to Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, The Strumbellas and Weezer, while also reminding listeners of the classic rock that ruled the airwaves decades ago. Despite comparisons or personal musical influences, the band doesn’t strive to sound like anyone or anything else other than Greg in Good Company.