Enjoy a tropical night as tiki makes its way back to Egyptian Theatre’s 12th Annual Tiki Night! A night of island food, drinks, music, fashion, and dance! Polynesian dancers to entertain and Hawaiian BBQ to taste! Admission includes a commemorative tropical drink to start off the night. Tickets start at $14, come a enjoy this little island getaway!
The Getty Center is back with “Saturdays Off the 405.” Every Saturday at the Getty enjoy a night of art and free live music by up and coming artists. Tickets are not required and these events are free! Check the site for the schedule of artists.
Summer means longer days, which calls for later nights! That’s why Grand Central Market will once again be extending their hours to 10pm all summer, with various vendors creating late night menu specials, fun events almost every night, there will be plenty to do no matter what day you go! For more information and a calendar of events visit their website!
Did you know that Echo park lake is home to the largest Lotus bed in the United States? For that reason, it is the site for the Lotus Festival taking place July 9-10. This festival includes food, ethnic dances, and special cultural performances dedicated to the Lotus Flower. Admission to this event is FREE, festival hours are noon to 9pm Saturday, and noon to 8pm Sunday.
Celebrate with friends and family, at this all-ages Independence Day block party at Grand Park! Enjoy from various food vendors, multiple music stages, game area, dedicated for those ages 4-14, and the grand fireworks show with the iconic L.A. City Hall as a backdrop. Best of all this event is free! Check out the site for more details
In LA on a budget? There are many museums all through out LA that offer free admission either once a month or once a week. Our friends at Go Los Angeles have compiled a list of museums that are always free, museum free days. No matter what your taste in art, there is something for everyone.
Dinosaurs have become “unextinct” at the Los Angeles Zoo this summer. Come and meet 17 life-size dinosaurs, take pictures with the ferocious creatures, and learn how they are connected to the modern day zoo animals. This Mesozoic experience will run until October 31, 2016 at the LA Zoo for a seperate ticketed price of only $5 per person.
OUE Skyspace LA, B5:E5 tallest open-air observation deck located on top of the US Bank Tower is opening to the public and is throwing a free public block party in celebration! The observation deck offically opens on June 25th, and Skysace LA is inviting everyone for this Free all-day event! The block party is from 10 am to 11pm, around the US Bank Tower on S. Hope street between Hope Place and 3rd street. This event will feature live performances, a variety of food trucks, a Community Tent area and specialty beer garden for 21 and older guests, best of all, tickets will not be necessary to visit the observation deck. https://www.skyspace-la.com
Be sure to check out the Street Food Cinema schedule this summer for a movie in the park! Street Food Cinema has several locations all around LA, so no matter where you are at there is location near you! There are various food trucks for your tastebuds to try, and a musical act before the movie for your entertainment! So bring a friend, a blanket and Fido(allowed most dates), and enjoy a movie al-fresco style! Tickets start at $13 for adults.
The largest LGBTQ ticketed festival in the United States is back this weekend! The 46th annual PRIDE Music Festival and Parade returns to West Hollywood Park June 10 thru June 12. Join this three day celebration of the LGBTQ Community and supporters! Headliners include Carly Rae Jepsen, Charli XCX, and sister power duo Krewella! Come for the music, stay for the art-exhibits, foodtrucks, and pop-up bars! Single day tickets are $15 and three day passes are just $45.