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Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
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As Los Angeles begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in LA, from socially distant concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Coleção por Eventbrite
As Los Angeles begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in LA, from socially distant concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
As Los Angeles begins to reopen, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in LA, from socially distant concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the city's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

The Hammer Museum's fifth "Made In LA" exhibition was organized pre-pandemic. Its delayed release, at both the Hammer and Huntington museums, puts the works of 30 LA-based artists on full display, so you can slip back into the local art scene (with safety precautions in place).

This "full sensory celebration" put on by lifestyle brand PRSVR isn't your average Juneteenth picnic. A ticket ($20-$50) gets you a canvas, paint, and all the supplies you need to customize denim, hats, leather patches, and more.

Cakeland's latest exhibit, "The Beauty War," is "Part hall of mirrors, part dark ride, part cake infinity wonderland." In short: this labyrinth of rooms located in historic Chinatown is not your average popup.

Try not to choke on your dinner while you enjoy a set by Whitney Cummings. Cummings and other stand-ups headline this very funny intimate event at the Whitely’s hundred-seat theatre in the round. It’s in the heart of Hollywood and has a full bar and great food menu, too.

This Juneteenth event is all about celebrating black artists and business owners. Enjoy an art show and soul food dinner, complete with cocktails and a raffle.

Electric Dusk is LA’s longest-running Pop-Up Drive-In. "Black Panther," "Armageddon," and "Jumanji" are among the blockbusters showing this month. Pro tip: Before the show, grab burgers and tacos at The Great White Hut across the street and mention Electric Dusk for 10% off.

Ready to ease back into thrifting for vintage clothes, arts and crafts, antique furniture, and artisan goods? This West Hollywood open-air market has it all —with strict safety measures in place. And your $5 ticket helps Fairfax high school's arts and leadership program.

Make a reservation for Sunday brunch at Le Grand if you love live sax, oysters, and mimosas. Now open for both indoor and outdoor dining, Le Grand is a DTLA staple known for amazing seafood and an impressive selection of wines. Don’t forget dessert.

This spiritual center features beautiful grounds, a massive home, and meditation gardens. It's free to walk around (donations are accepted), and you can take the tour for a full history and context of this beautiful LA oasis.

Every Sunday from June 6 to August 29, enjoy classics like "Legally Blond" and "Mean Girls" as you sit poolside on the JW Marriot LA’s rooftop. Organizers say the deck gets chilly, so bring your own blankets and jackets.

Explore twenty years of prints from the LA artist and painter, who apprenticed under famous Oaxacan printmaker Fernando Sandoval.

This mobile food pantry gives away free nutritious food items in different locations three times weekly. No ID or income level is required. Volunteers and donations are appreciated.

Every time you watch Olympic fencing, do you yell "I could totally do that!" to your friends and family? Now's your chance to prove it at this fencing-meets-sci-fi gathering. No experience necessary, but you do need to bring your own gear, which is listed on the league's site.

Want to check out the scene for climate change activism in LA? Swing by this annual gala and awards ceremony honoring local climate leadership.

Spend an evening on a private rooftop in Marina del Rey, taking in panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills and the rhythms of Brazil. Nylon string guitarists Fabiano Nascimento and Dusty Brough will transport you straight to Rio with improvisations and original compositions.

Hosted by "jumprope enthusiasts" in Leimert Park, this free Double Dutch meetup might be just the thing to help you ease back into in-person interactions. Both novices and pros are welcome at this "social distance fitness" event.

Donations and a portion of the proceeds from this art and music event benefits the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA). Stop by to enjoy live music acts, local food and goods, and vintage clothing.

LA's rising stars in the jazz, hip-hop, and R&B scene find a place to shine at this intimate performance setting: outdoors, with a live backing band and socially distanced seating for all.

This upscale fashion and music festival doubles as a networking event for LA’s young creatives. Check out BLAXICANA COUTURE’s 2021 collection of custom denim jackets while DJ Daniel Elijah spins the latest hip/hop and reggaeton mix. There’s also a tequila tasting and wine bar.

Visual and musical artist Vitakari invites you to this “top secret project.” Her mixed-media installation pieces are surely snap-worthy, and she describes her sound as “Indie/bedroom pop.” Space is limited.

LA Pride teams up with Cinespia for a movie night at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Sit under the stars and enjoy the hilarious Australian cult favorite The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Bring a blanket or a low chair, and feel free to bring your own food and drink.

This monthly meetup of car nuts is like Jerry Seinfeld's show, but without famous comics. Seriously, though, it's a great way to spend Sunday morning, checking out amazing vehicles and chatting with their passionate owners. (Even better if you've got a sweet whip yourself.)

The Los Angeles LGBT Center celebrates Pride with a night to remember featuring socially-distanced picnic spaces, music by DJ Asha, cocktails, food, and drag performances by Amber Crane, Greasy Bouffanti, Lauren Banall. Proceeds from the event benefit the Center.

Catch the unveiling of the last of Hermosa Beach's 10 new murals, which honor the local South Bay community. This one's the largest of them all and depicts the famous Biltmore Hotel. Live music and an auction accompany the unveiling, and ticketholders also get dinner and a cocktail at the Tower 12 kitchen and bar.

Thursdays in July, podcast and comedy hero Marc Maron has taken up a residency at the local comedy spot Dynasty Typewriter. After a year of isolation spent posting about his cats on Instagram, we’re thinking post-pandemic Maron might be the best Maron yet.

If you’ve always wanted to go to one of those big LA mansion pool parties you see on Instagram, here’s your chance. Enjoy a pool, jacuzzi, live DJ sets, games, and more in a 6,200 square foot Woodland Hills mansion. VIP add-ons are available if you wanna feel like a star.

What better way to celebrate Independence Day than by not putting Baby in the corner? Outside beer and wine are permitted at this movie night on the Fairbanks Lawn of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The ‘80s classic is followed by fireworks — so go have the time of your life.

Want to learn the haunted lore of LA? Start with this walking tour of some of the oldest cemeteries, residences, and public spaces in LA, led by community organizer and historian Shmuel Gonzales.