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Summer at the cemetery: Music and movies at Hollywood Forever

Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
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The Hollywood Forever Cemetery has put on great shows for years now, but this summer may be its best lineup, with great bands and classic movies to watch outdoors. 

Tickets to see bands Milo Greene and The National are sold out, but, you can still get tickets for Brooklyn's Grizzly Bear on August 9. The music at Hollywood Forever keeps coming all through the fall too, with Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall set to play the Masonic Lodge on October 11; and the UK's James Blake scheduled to perform on the Fairbanks Lawn on October 23. 

This Saturday, June 22, you can catch the Hitchcock classic The Man Who Knew Too Much presented by Cinespia on the Fairbanks Lawn. Moviegoers are welcome to bring food and drinks (and by drinks they mean beer and wine are okay) to enjoy during the show. 

The doors open at 7:30pm and the movie starts at 9pm. More info and tickets at Cinespia's website.