[KROQ This Week] The Darkroom on Melrose, Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness, And More

April is here, which means it’s time for Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness! It’s going down this Saturday at The Shrine Auditorium in Downtown LA and features a lineup of Bob Saget, Eddie Ifft, Gabriel Iglesias, Greg Fitzsimmons, Iliza Shlesinger, Jay Mohr, and Wheeler Walker Jr!

But before your stomach starts hurting from laughing too hard, check out The Darkroom on Melrose Wednesday night for a special exhibit, Desert Stars: The Lineup. On display will be photographs of artists performing at Coachella 2016, all shot by KROQ photographers Cody Black and Alex Rauch, and freelance photographer Adam Elmakias.

Follow the KROQ promo crew at @KROQpromo and @KROQ on Twitter for info, updates, photos and more. Plus check out the KROQ Promo Facebook and Instagram pages. They’ll be out in the streets this week hooking fans up with tickets to April Foolishness, the National Beer Mile, and more!

West Hollywood: Looking for a spot to hang out, listen to classic rock, and occasionally discover fresh talent? Than stop by the legendary Whisky A Go-Go. With classic rock tributes and young bands of the punk/metal variety, this corner lot is known for having the best sound system on the strip and is open to all ages. The Whisky A Go-Go a great place to spend the evening! {@ 8901 W Sunset Blvd at N San Vicente Blvd Los Angeles}

Riverside: Finding you-self driving through Riverside? Make a stop at the March Field Air Museum, an aviation museum with over 70 aircraft on display, indoor exhibits from a flight simulator to missile and bomb cross-sections, and a memorial in honor of current and former members of the Armed Forces who have been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. A fun and educational location for all ages! {@ 22550 Van Buren Boulevard, March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518}

Los Angeles: Celebrate the start of festival season at The Darkroom from 7pm-9pm and let your eyes wonder at the 2nd annual photo exhibition, DESERT STARS: THE LINEUP, showcasing the work of KROQ Photographers Cody Black and Alex Rauch, and Freelance photographer Adam Elmakias. This exclusive photo exhibit features artists performing at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2016! RSVP and learn more about this eye opening event on Facebook! {@ 7302 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036} {Facebook Event: Photography Exhibition Opening Party l Desert Stars: The Lineup}

Santa Monica: Enjoy the spring weather out at the Santa Monica Pier! With rides, games, food and multiple talents spread throughout the pier, it’s a great place to enjoy the ocean breeze! {@Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401}

DTLA: Join the KROQ Promo Crew at Nick Alexander imports 6pm sharp for your chance to win tickets and VIP passes. This is your last chance to win tickets and VIP backstage passes to Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness and Nick Alexander imports is hooking up five winners. Nick Alexander imports has a giant inventory of all the hot models. Come see the huge selection of new and certified pre-owned BMW’s; the ultimate driving machine. Take advantage of the insane wholesale district deals. Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness is brought to you by Nick Alexander imports; L.A.’s only BMW and Mini certified collision center. (6333 S. Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90001)

Los Angeles: Hangout with Kevin & Bean at their annual 2016 April Foolishness event, going down this Saturday April 2nd! This year’s lineup features comedians Bob Saget, Eddie Ifft, Gabriel Iglesias, Greg Fitzsimmons, Iliza Shlesinger, Jay Mohr, and Wheeler Walker Jr. Don’t miss out on a fun night! Tickets are now on sale via AXS.com. Proceeds from Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness will be donated to the Fisher House and Cedars-Sinai NICU.  {@ 665 W Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007}

DTLA: Embrace a new culture without even leaving the state! Check out Little Tokyo; the Japanese Village Plaza contains a culture center filled with dozens of Japanese shops, restaurants, and a large shopping center. Plus you can also learn about the culture by visiting some of the historic building from the 19th century and enjoy a number of walking tours in the Japanese Gardens, markets, and Museums! {@ 1st street between Main and Alameda Streets, within walking distance of the City Hall}

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