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Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in Los Angeles today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of LA's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

CVLTVRE Magazine / Tropico Disco Pool Party / Los Angeles, CA

  • The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.
  • If you’ve ever wanted to master the elements and try your hand at glassblowing, now is your chance. High Tide’s intro glass class will teach you the basics and send you home with the paperweight you make during class.
  • Malcolm and Flea will journey through his childhood love of jazz, punk, and funk, working with Rick Rubin on the classic RHCP albums, and how he became the signature rock bassist.
  • Be a part of exciting conversations at this conference where innovation, policy, and business come together to design the future of urban mobility.
  • Come enjoy music, comedy, screenings, and experiences at this festival taking place at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown L.A.
  • Go for music, niche record labels, and dancing for the Get Together 2019! Find that rare LP you've been searching for.
  • Explore the city’s “underground” past ranging from famous Prohibition-era murders to the famous speakeasy haunts frequented by the Hollywood elite on this tour.
  • Comedian and professional gem dropper, Amanda Seales, shares what she's learned — and is learning — in a live recording of her podcast, "Small Doses."
  • Watch a classic after the sun sets at this exclusive theater experience.
  • Join AIGA Los Angeles to explore ways creatives are fostering substantive connections and robust communities.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner, Barry Siegel, discusses his new book. Siegel tells the tale of hero-protagonist, William "Billy" May Garland, who set out to win the 1932 Olympic Games for a fledgling Los Angeles and unwittingly gave us the city we know.
  • Head to ROW DTLA so you can flow through a rooftop yoga class, brunch at the Smorgasburg food festival, and explore fun shops.
  • The seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles is here. Participate in the 5k, 10k, or Widdle Wobble for kids 12 and under in Downtown Los Angeles. Everyone gets a rockin’ event t-shirt, sparkly finisher medal, and bib.
  • Join us for our annual celebration and tree lighting to kick off the holiday season, with festive activities for the entire family as you enjoy this historic estate.
  • Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories told live and without notes. Storytellers tell their tales on a specific theme in this historic performance model.
  • Five prominent figures from the many sub-genres of ska will gather for a special, intimate panel discussion at The GRAMMY Museum.
  • See Michelle Buteau bring her big personality and unique perspective to the stage at Dynasty Typewriter, L.A.'s home for highly curated comedy, variety, theatre, and live events.
  • The Echo Park Craft Fair is a bi-annual artisan makers event celebrating ten years of creativity and community. Come find holiday presents by local makers.
  • Come learn how to make flower-infused, custom-scented coconut wax candles using eco-friendly, nontoxic ingredients.
  • The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.
  • If you’ve ever wanted to master the elements and try your hand at glassblowing, now is your chance. High Tide’s intro glass class will teach you the basics and send you home with the paperweight you make during class.
  • Malcolm and Flea will journey through his childhood love of jazz, punk, and funk, working with Rick Rubin on the classic RHCP albums, and how he became the signature rock bassist.
  • Be a part of exciting conversations at this conference where innovation, policy, and business come together to design the future of urban mobility.
  • Come enjoy music, comedy, screenings, and experiences at this festival taking place at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown L.A.
  • Go for music, niche record labels, and dancing for the Get Together 2019! Find that rare LP you've been searching for.
  • Explore the city’s “underground” past ranging from famous Prohibition-era murders to the famous speakeasy haunts frequented by the Hollywood elite on this tour.
  • Comedian and professional gem dropper, Amanda Seales, shares what she's learned — and is learning — in a live recording of her podcast, "Small Doses."
  • Watch a classic after the sun sets at this exclusive theater experience.
  • Join AIGA Los Angeles to explore ways creatives are fostering substantive connections and robust communities.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner, Barry Siegel, discusses his new book. Siegel tells the tale of hero-protagonist, William "Billy" May Garland, who set out to win the 1932 Olympic Games for a fledgling Los Angeles and unwittingly gave us the city we know.
  • Head to ROW DTLA so you can flow through a rooftop yoga class, brunch at the Smorgasburg food festival, and explore fun shops.
  • The seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles is here. Participate in the 5k, 10k, or Widdle Wobble for kids 12 and under in Downtown Los Angeles. Everyone gets a rockin’ event t-shirt, sparkly finisher medal, and bib.
  • Join us for our annual celebration and tree lighting to kick off the holiday season, with festive activities for the entire family as you enjoy this historic estate.
  • Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories told live and without notes. Storytellers tell their tales on a specific theme in this historic performance model.
  • Five prominent figures from the many sub-genres of ska will gather for a special, intimate panel discussion at The GRAMMY Museum.
  • See Michelle Buteau bring her big personality and unique perspective to the stage at Dynasty Typewriter, L.A.'s home for highly curated comedy, variety, theatre, and live events.
  • The Echo Park Craft Fair is a bi-annual artisan makers event celebrating ten years of creativity and community. Come find holiday presents by local makers.
  • Come learn how to make flower-infused, custom-scented coconut wax candles using eco-friendly, nontoxic ingredients.
Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

CVLTVRE Magazine / Tropico Disco Pool Party / Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Los Angeles Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Collection by Eventbrite
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in Los Angeles today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of LA's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in Los Angeles today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of LA's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
  • The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.
  • If you’ve ever wanted to master the elements and try your hand at glassblowing, now is your chance. High Tide’s intro glass class will teach you the basics and send you home with the paperweight you make during class.
  • Malcolm and Flea will journey through his childhood love of jazz, punk, and funk, working with Rick Rubin on the classic RHCP albums, and how he became the signature rock bassist.
  • Be a part of exciting conversations at this conference where innovation, policy, and business come together to design the future of urban mobility.
  • Come enjoy music, comedy, screenings, and experiences at this festival taking place at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown L.A.
  • Go for music, niche record labels, and dancing for the Get Together 2019! Find that rare LP you've been searching for.
  • Explore the city’s “underground” past ranging from famous Prohibition-era murders to the famous speakeasy haunts frequented by the Hollywood elite on this tour.
  • Comedian and professional gem dropper, Amanda Seales, shares what she's learned — and is learning — in a live recording of her podcast, "Small Doses."
  • Watch a classic after the sun sets at this exclusive theater experience.
  • Join AIGA Los Angeles to explore ways creatives are fostering substantive connections and robust communities.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner, Barry Siegel, discusses his new book. Siegel tells the tale of hero-protagonist, William "Billy" May Garland, who set out to win the 1932 Olympic Games for a fledgling Los Angeles and unwittingly gave us the city we know.
  • Head to ROW DTLA so you can flow through a rooftop yoga class, brunch at the Smorgasburg food festival, and explore fun shops.
  • The seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles is here. Participate in the 5k, 10k, or Widdle Wobble for kids 12 and under in Downtown Los Angeles. Everyone gets a rockin’ event t-shirt, sparkly finisher medal, and bib.
  • Join us for our annual celebration and tree lighting to kick off the holiday season, with festive activities for the entire family as you enjoy this historic estate.
  • Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories told live and without notes. Storytellers tell their tales on a specific theme in this historic performance model.
  • Five prominent figures from the many sub-genres of ska will gather for a special, intimate panel discussion at The GRAMMY Museum.
  • See Michelle Buteau bring her big personality and unique perspective to the stage at Dynasty Typewriter, L.A.'s home for highly curated comedy, variety, theatre, and live events.
  • The Echo Park Craft Fair is a bi-annual artisan makers event celebrating ten years of creativity and community. Come find holiday presents by local makers.
  • Come learn how to make flower-infused, custom-scented coconut wax candles using eco-friendly, nontoxic ingredients.
  • The Expand Your Reality Tour is the latest 29Rooms experience from Refinery29 — a space where you’re encouraged to step into the art, wear the art, touch the art, and connect with others (and yourself) in the process.
  • If you’ve ever wanted to master the elements and try your hand at glassblowing, now is your chance. High Tide’s intro glass class will teach you the basics and send you home with the paperweight you make during class.
  • Malcolm and Flea will journey through his childhood love of jazz, punk, and funk, working with Rick Rubin on the classic RHCP albums, and how he became the signature rock bassist.
  • Be a part of exciting conversations at this conference where innovation, policy, and business come together to design the future of urban mobility.
  • Come enjoy music, comedy, screenings, and experiences at this festival taking place at the Banc of California Stadium in Downtown L.A.
  • Go for music, niche record labels, and dancing for the Get Together 2019! Find that rare LP you've been searching for.
  • Explore the city’s “underground” past ranging from famous Prohibition-era murders to the famous speakeasy haunts frequented by the Hollywood elite on this tour.
  • Comedian and professional gem dropper, Amanda Seales, shares what she's learned — and is learning — in a live recording of her podcast, "Small Doses."
  • Watch a classic after the sun sets at this exclusive theater experience.
  • Join AIGA Los Angeles to explore ways creatives are fostering substantive connections and robust communities.
  • Pulitzer Prize winner, Barry Siegel, discusses his new book. Siegel tells the tale of hero-protagonist, William "Billy" May Garland, who set out to win the 1932 Olympic Games for a fledgling Los Angeles and unwittingly gave us the city we know.
  • Head to ROW DTLA so you can flow through a rooftop yoga class, brunch at the Smorgasburg food festival, and explore fun shops.
  • The seventh annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles is here. Participate in the 5k, 10k, or Widdle Wobble for kids 12 and under in Downtown Los Angeles. Everyone gets a rockin’ event t-shirt, sparkly finisher medal, and bib.
  • Join us for our annual celebration and tree lighting to kick off the holiday season, with festive activities for the entire family as you enjoy this historic estate.
  • Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories told live and without notes. Storytellers tell their tales on a specific theme in this historic performance model.
  • Five prominent figures from the many sub-genres of ska will gather for a special, intimate panel discussion at The GRAMMY Museum.
  • See Michelle Buteau bring her big personality and unique perspective to the stage at Dynasty Typewriter, L.A.'s home for highly curated comedy, variety, theatre, and live events.
  • The Echo Park Craft Fair is a bi-annual artisan makers event celebrating ten years of creativity and community. Come find holiday presents by local makers.
  • Come learn how to make flower-infused, custom-scented coconut wax candles using eco-friendly, nontoxic ingredients.