6pm Doors 9pm Show
Free Pool All Night included with Admission
Name for event:
TRIXTER (Acoustic) with ENUFF Z'NUFF, PRETTY BOY FLOYD & BAND INC
*The fine print:
🤘 PARTY HARD BUT PARTY SAFE - DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE - RESPECT YOUR FELLOW MUSIC LOVERS - DON'T BE A DICK, LET'S ROCK!*
⏰ Times are subject to change - it’s rock n’ roll! Seating is limited and first come first served, so arrive early, grab some grub, get the best seats in the house!
🎱 Free pool all night included with your ticket!
21+ with Valid State Issued ID - No ID = No Admission = No refunds = No BS.
♿ Angel City Music Hall IS handicapped accessible.
🎟️ All ticket sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges unless the concert is postponed or canceled. We do not have an in house box office so advance tickets must be purchased online. By purchasing a ticket you will be added to our email list. You can unsubscribe at any time but we'll be sad to see you go!
🔊 Angel City Music Hall is a rock club - sh!t gets loud, we highly recommend bringing ear protection.
🤷♀️ No drinks are allowed in the bathrooms. Yeah, we know it’s weird, but it’s the law. Please cooperate and don’t be an a-hole when our friendly security points that out for you.
✅ Last, but important:
🤗 Angel City is a safe space to party. If at any time you feel unsafe, talk to our staff and we’ll handle it.
👉 Remember, DON’T BE A DICK, LET’S ROCK!
Not too long ago, when rock was about having a good time, letting your hair down and creating chaos and anarchy, four guys got together in Hollywood and formed a band. NYC guitarist Kristy Majors hooked up with west coast front man Steve Summers and laid the foundation for their dream band. They worked, wrote songs and played and played and played. The band chose the name “Pretty Boy Floyd” because it seemed to describe them – four teen toughs armed with guitar licks and teenage angst who set out to conquer the world.
The group signed to MCA records and released Leather Boyz with Electric Toyz, an album whose very name was a tongue-in-cheek tip of the hat to their glamorous heroes – Sweet, Kiss, the NY Dolls – all the bands who believed that rock music wasn’t just music – it was a show, a spectacle, a lifestyle – “a prostitute to be trumped up and tarted around like a band aid or cheap whore” – to borrow a quote from David Bowie. The Howard Benson-produced album made a significant impact, being named one of the hottest albums of its genre by Metal Edge and Spin magazines.
Pretty Boy Floyd landed on the cover of metal bible Kerrang! and their two Top 20 videos “I Wanna Be With You” and “Rock and Roll is Gonna Set the Night on Fire” hit MTV, back when MTV ran videos instead of reality shows. The band toured the world and was recognized as the kings of the Sunset Strip, breaking attendance records held by Van Halen and Warrant. Their album would go on to sell 750,000 copies worldwide.
As the new millennium rolled in, new music fans began to wonder what they had missed. While most Pretty Boy Floyd fans were at an age that you wouldn’t commonly associate with concert goers, a whole new breed of young fans who weren’t even out of school when the band first emerged began to rediscover their music. The original fans and the new fans meshed on their common ground – a love of Pretty Boy Floyd’s music, sleazy shows, and fun times. Never mind what the critics think, or what trends may have come and gone.
Having outlasted many of the critics who cried “they’ll never make it,” Pretty Boy Floyd continues to record and tour the world.