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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 reopens, 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 concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. 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

SoulfulofNoise / Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events

SoulfulofNoise / Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Los Angeles Event Calendar: Your Guide to In-Person Events
Raccolta per Eventbrite
As Los Angeles reopens, 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 concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. 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 reopens, 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 concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. 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.

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.

Nothing beats a summertime State Fair, and at this one you can chomp on a “Texas-sized” giant turkey leg, watch a jet fly-over, admire the Budweiser Clydesdales, and enjoy an Extreme Dog Stunt Show.

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.

Always dreamed of stealing the show in an iconic LA location? Sign up for this open mic night and give the audience all you've got on Santa Monica pier.

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.

Catch hip hop, uptempo vibes, and party anthems at The Short Stop's lively Friday night party, featuring resident DJ Seano.

Join a local crew that seeks out the best hikes in and around Los Angeles. This month they're exploring the Ferndell nature reserve.

Jerk Alert is a Jamaican food truck serving up Jamaican BBQ chicken, Surf and Turf (smoky jerked chicken and shrimp), fries, oxtail, and more. Every Saturday, they’ll transport you to the Caribbean right from their spacious backyard spot in South Los Angeles.

Good Samaritans can donate or sponsor this great annual school supplies giveaway, which will provide supplies to the first 500 families in need.

Talib Kweli and a whole slew of other great rappers and emcees headlines this celebration of the late great artist J Dilla.

Bring a picnic blanket and a drink (white Russian?) to this Coen brothers' cult classic. And what better place to abide than in a cemetery?

Are you scared of the Sunday scaries? This free outdoor Tai Chi class at Dr. Paul Carlson Memorial Park every Sunday morning might be just what your body and mind need. This ancient meditative practice relieves stress and anxiety, which might help stave off those Sunday scaries.

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.

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.

Grab a spot on the guest list for one of the Laugh Factory’s legendary Sunday night shows. You won’t know who you’re seeing until the night of, but you never know who might take the stage — you might catch Ali Wong, Tracy Morgan, Katt Williams, or any big name you can imagine.

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.

Pinched for dough but still want to party? This no-cover party features R&B, reggae, and '90s throwbacks.

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.

Inspired by the Night Markets of Asia, Foodieland turns the Rose Bowl into a foodie’s paradise this August. The food festival features over 150 multicultural street eats, desserts, and drinks. If you’re so inclined, head to the bar for some truly memorable drinks.

First off, they'll give you a $75 ride share credit through Alto to get downtown. More importantly, these summer Fridays out on the street have food trucks, shopping, live music and other surprises.

The pancakes are free and the art is local at this pop-up underground art show that sounds like actual heaven.

Nothing But B.L.K., formerly known as Melanin Market LA, celebrates Black Business, Love, and “Kulture” with a flea market featuring all-Black vendors at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Outdoor Promenade. It’s free to attend any time from 10 am to 5 pm

What happens at The Melrose Rooftop Theatre stays at The Melrose Rooftop Theatre. Any questions?

Choreographer Tracy Phillips’s rock-and-roll cabaret is “a little bit Weimar, a little bit punk, a little bit burlesque and all attitude.” Enjoy this love letter to the female form at the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt.

Head to this Chinatown hot spot for a rooftop dance party featuring Latin, R&B, & HipHop music. Make sure to check the dress code and dress to impress.

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.

Movie nights at the Hollywood Forever Cemetary: epic. A slumber-party showing of the first two "Scream" flicks ending around the spooky hour of 2 am? Horrifyingly delightful.

Gardena throws a heck of an annual jazz celebration. This year’s fest will be held in scenic Rowley Park. The festival is for newbies and jazz die-hards alike. Feeling fancy? Grab a VIP ticket for a reserved table and complimentary munchies.

Celebrate Afro-futurism, youth, art, and technology with this intellectual walk in Leimert Park Village.

Thinking of hitting the Afro Soca Love Marketplace? Don't miss the afterparty, a late-night jam-fest featuring hip hop, R&B, reggae, Afrobeat, soca, and more.

A Jungle Party with free clothes check? Sounds like a good way to blow off steam. (And safely, too: proof of vaccination is required.)

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.)

What better way to keep the summer alive than to drink unlimited beer and then satisfy your drunchies with food from LA's best food trucks? The 13th annual LA Beer Fest features 200 beers, live music, one-off brews and more.

The SoulfulofNoise Music Festival celebrates music, art, and culture with performances from a lineup of up-and-coming independent artists. Expect dozens of musicans, comedians, DJs, local reesource booths, food trucks, and more.