Things to do
July 16, 2022 By Brian Champlain
Well… let’s see how to find some quests on Saturday.
Below you’ll find our three top picks for today (July 16) in Los Angeles, followed by a list of seven other quick ideas to consider. I hope you find something to your liking.
Things to do on Saturday
KCRW Summer Nights in Chinatown-> KCRW summer special series returns to this Chinatown Saturday With an evening party featuring DJ sets from Travis Holcomb and Jason Bentley. Free to attend. Get more information here.
Roller jam in FIGat7th -> this from Friday to Sunday, Three-day dance party and pop-up skating rink at DTLA’s FIGat7th shopping plaza. Free admission tickets give you access to themed dance evenings with Beat Junkie Institute of Sound music and a beer garden curated by Crowns & Hops. If you want to ski, rentals are $12 per person. More information here.
Las Montañas at King Gillette Ranch -> this Saturdaywill host the Park Service Rangers of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SMMNRA) Las Montañas, a family-friendly festival that celebrates the start of Conservation Week in Latin America. Guests can expect bilingual guided hikes, workshops, handicrafts, and special food vendors. It runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2 p.m. at the Santa Monica Mountains Visitor Center at King Gillette Ranch. Free to attend. More information here.
Seven more things to do in Los Angeles today
- Levitt Pavilion’s free party series hosts ensembles from Peanut Butter Wolf, Dj Nu-Mark, Inka One, Ben Diggin and Dj Analog.
- The free concert series Grand Performances will feature a World Stage Night.
- Long Beach Opera takes over Art Theater on 4th street for a two-day festival featuring film screenings, live performances, original performances, music videos, specials shorts, and more.
- This Saturday, the city of Englewood is hosting a family-friendly show for Luca In the South Lawn at Inglewood City Hall
- The Getty 25 Community Festival series continues this weekend with a pop-up in the San Gabriel Valley.
- Movies on ceiling screens Iron Man In Westfield Fashion Square. Tickets are only $5 and Hope Of The Valley benefits 100% of the proceeds.
- The South Bay Greek Festival lasts for three days (From Friday to Sunday) at St. Catherine’s Greek Orthodox Church in Redondo Beach offers ample servings of Greek food (spanakopita, lamb chops, baklava), dancing and fun
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