Much-loved Williamsburg club Zebulon closed in 2012 and made plans to relocate to Los Angeles. The new L.A. version of Zebulon, with cafe/dining space, outdoor patio and dedicated performance space, is finally set to open on Tuesday, April 25 at 2478 Fletcher Drive in the Frogtown neighborhood. From LA Weekly:
The team behind the new Zebulon includes Jef Soubiran, Joce Soubiran and Guillaume Blestel, the owners of the original Williamsburg, Brooklyn, location, along with Nolan, Jean-Pierre Plunier and Andy Factor of L.A. label Everloving Records, and L.A. musicians Jesse Peterson and Mia Doi Todd. All of them, minus Todd, sit around a table on the venue’s Frogtown patio on a sunny late-March morning.
"Music coming from [L.A.] is getting a lot of attention in other parts of the world, and there aren’t enough places here to present it,” says Peterson, a guitarist and Todd's husband. "[Mia] and I both felt like bringing something to L.A. like what they were doing in New York would be very valuable at this point."
You can check out photos of Zebulon L.A. in the gallery above.
Helping keep the through-line from the original venue to Zebulon L.A. will be Brooklyn's Endless Boogie who play Tuesday's opening night with Zig Zags (tickets). Mary Lattimore plays Wednesday (tickets), and Friday (4/28) has Ashley Shadow, Pink Mountaintops and Cairo Gang (tickets). Check out Zebulon L.A.'s initial schedule.