Los Angeles Times "Rock/Style" Returns to the Hollywood Roosevelt June 6

LOS ANGELES — "Rock/Style," Los Angeles Times' annual music and fashion start-of-summer event, returns to the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel's Tropicana Bar and Pool on Wednesday, June 6. The World Famous KROQ's own Ted Stryker will host the evening which will feature a live performance from bewitching singer-songwriter sister act The Pierces. The outdoor club event will also include live runway shows, special guests and DJ sets. Tickets are on sale now:

Macy's, "Rock/Style's" presenting sponsor, is producing a series of live runway shows inspired by the vivid, playful fashion of Brazil. Throughout the night, individual segments will showcase the latest trends in swim, rock, prep and color with a soundtrack straight from Rio. The Annenberg Space for Photography will show images from the "Who Shot Rock & Roll" exhibit originally organized by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator Gail Buckland, which arrives later this summer, with projections inside the event.

Los Angeles Times "Rock/Style" is presented in collaboration with the American Cancer Society. New Line Cinema's "Rock of Ages" distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, in theaters and IMAX June 15, is a supporting sponsor. Tickets are $50. Los Angeles Times members have access to a limited number of discounted tickets. A hosted bar and appetizers are included with ticket purchase. For details, go to Follow us at or on Twitter, @latimesevents, for more.


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