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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
Collection by 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.

Ready to have your mind melted? Check out this immersive art experience, designed by three international artists whose work explores ancient civilizations and the elements of earth, wind, water, fire, and ether.

Love death metal? This festival features bands like Embalmer, Autopsy, and Birdflesh, which surely sounds like a good time.

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.

Explore the haunted secrets of the Pantages Theatre and the Roosevelt Hotel on this guided walking tour through the dark underbelly of Hollywood’s past.

A ticket gets you a one-hour cocktail making class, 3-4 cocktails to taste, and cocktail specials afterwards.

Little Portion Social Center describes itself as “a proudly independent self-sustaining community, impactful social enterprise.” The South LA community organization and space presents a comfortable open mic for any and all artists and lovers of creativity, music, and poetry.

Spend more time dancing and less time waiting in line with this curated club crawl of the best of LA’s nightlife.

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

Night owls looking for laughs should head to Hollywood’s Third Wheel, where every night at midnight over twenty comedians from all over the world deliver all-new material.

"Cat Daddies" is a heartwarming documentary about men who love cats. Ticket proceeds benefit Kitten Rescue LA, and you can donate unopened cat food to the organization at the showing.

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.

Journey through this “surreal science fiction jungle” that features themed rooms filled with imaginative installations and interactive light displays. The Tesla Room promises to be especially electrifying.

The sixth annual LA Wine Fest returns — this time with over 150 wines to taste from around the globe, food trucks, and more!

Let a local artist guide you in creating your masterpiece at this rooftop paint-your-own-adventure.

Anybody who doesn’t love the Jim Carrey classic can kiss my ass, sea bass. So get yourself to the historic Million Dollar Theatre and laugh your sea bass off.

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.

Bar Franca hosts a night of boogie, disco, and modern funk. The woman-owned Downtown spot’s gorgeous interior has the perfect ambiance for gettin’ down.

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.

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.)

Ready for graceful meditative movements and flowy breathing out in the open air? This relaxing class in Culver City is specifically designed for newbies.

Over 80 Black-owned businesses will be showing off their goods at this Flea Market celebrating Black creatives. Enjoy live DJs and chomp on a vegan burger while you browse clothes, candles, and more.

Learn about the gunslinging Angelenos of Wild West times, see design marvels like the Art Nouveau lobby of a 1913 hotel, and take your tastebuds on a tour tour of LA's melting pot food scene.

Coterie Social Club is celebrating Sagittarius Season with this fabulous brunch and party. Come for the Shrimp and Grits and stay for the dancing.

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.

Use the new moon to set new intentions and take time for yourself. As the sun sets over Venice Beach, enjoy a cozy rooftop sound bath with crystal singing bowls, soundscapes, and ethereal vocals. Space is limited to 18 people, so don't miss out on this healing celebration.

Skaters of all skill levels are invited to to roll with the LA Roller Girls. Your ticket includes the workshop, skate rentals, and the all-skate public session where you can show off your new moves.

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.

This “multi-sensory mindful experience beneath the sea” combines sounds of the deep with instruments, vocals, and singing bowls and benefits non-profit Oceanic Global.

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

All singers get a free drink at Derworlf’s karaoke night, and you can stuff yourself with two-dollar tacos as a reward for your bravery.

De La Playa Music presents an evening of dancing featuring music by DJs Nativity & The Portuguese Lover, spinning the best cumbia, banda, reggaeton, tropical house, hip-hop, and more.

It's a Caribbean artists/music industry ladies night — filled with reggae-dancehall and Afrobeats at Silver Lake's El Cid.

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.

Choose from the many tasty sips and bites at Culver City’s food hall and then sit down for a night of stand-up comedy featuring comedians from "Conan," "America’s Got Talent," and HBO.

This burlesque variety show featured in Thrillist’s list of "Best Burlesque Shows In LA" has been a staple of LA’s burlesque scene for over eleven years. Join host Lola Boutée and the talented line-up for their triumphant return to live shows.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and spiritual psychotherapist Catherine Auman hosts this workshop that looks at dating through the lens of Tantra, an ancient philosophy that is about much more than sex.

Find your Valentine at this queer-friendly single’s mixer hosted by New In Town Meet Up and Beach Garden Social House. Meet with four other singles during the first hour of speed dating and then feel free to mingle.

The Yard Theatre presents the Sedaris siblings' hilarious tale of a cheese-ball-crafting nun. The play will feature a rotating cast and original music by Frank Fairfield.

The latest in a series of live performances at the Grammy Museum, this performance features a range of great musicians (including Laurence Juber from Wings) performing hits from two iconic Beatles albums (and movies).

Need to warm up for Valentine's Day? Legendary LA performer Lola Boutée and her seductive crew dancing and singing in the round should be just the thing.

Learn about regenerative ecosystems as you plant native plants in Arlington Gardens’ revitalized meadow. Don’t worry if your thumbs aren’t green — no gardening experience necessary!

Crane's (formerly an underground bank vault) is home to one of the best comedy shows in DTLA. Hosts Trish Hadley, Bri Pruett, Trevor Smith, and Aston Wallace handpick their line-ups and promise a night of steady laughs.

We love a pun! Ellen Harrold hosts this cleverly-named comedy show at Venice’s Roosterfish. She puts together an impressive lineup of comics featured on Comedy Central, Netflix, Adult Swim, HBO, and more.

Want to enjoy good beers and plenty of frights with your heartthrob? This showing of the Valentine's Day horror cult classic, with a Q&A with director Patrick Lussier, and cast members, will have your heart beating hard, natch.

South Gate Cats hosts a microchipping event where cat and dog owners can microchip their fur babies for free!

50 Cent headlines Maxim’s annual Super Bowl weekend bash. This year the event fills City Market with a 1980s retro-futuristic theme.

"The Bachelorette’s" Daniel Maguire plays Cupid and hosts Big Gay Party’s body-positive, judgement-free Valentine’s extravaganza.

Get fancy and join Sol of LA for their first reservation-only Valentine’s dinner. Impress your date with a five-course meal featuring choices like Cowboy Cut Steaks, Lobster Tails, King Crab legs, and Gumbo.

Keith Wailoo, a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton, leads this discussion about the history of epidemics — and how people of color have felt an unequal burden during them.

May-ple the syrup be with you, always! Enjoy all-you-can-eat "Star Wars"-shaped pancakes, raffles, and a pancake eating contest at the Verdugo Woodlands Dads' Club’s triumphant “Return of the Pancake” breakfast.

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger with food, entertainment, and fun family activities at the Alhambra Farmer’s Market.

The fangs will be out at this vampire costume ball at the legendary Globe Theatre. Take a bite out of life as you dance, enjoy live performances, and walk the red carpet.

This comedy show is “for the grown and sexy.” Head to Howard Hughes Theatre for a night featuring laughs and music, hosted by comedian Speedy.

Celebrate black farmers, chefs, and entrepreneurs at the California African American museum to close out Black History Month.

Therapeutic Play Foundation, Black Mental Health Task Force, and the LA County Department of Mental Health present a black tie gala with dancing, drinks, food, and more celebrating community members’ work to improve and empower Black wellness.

Whether you like hoppy, yeasty, malty, or all the above, your new favorite beer is waiting at LA’s 14th annual celebration of beer — or, as Ben Franklin once described the bubbly beverage, “proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”

Did you know October is Italian Heritage Month? This kid-friendly fest celebrating all things Italian is sure to be a good — and delicious! — time.