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10 Things To Do in L.A. For Under $10 This Weekend [7-17-15 to 7-19-15]

July 17, 2015 by Brian Champlin

As you probably already know we do a twice weekly listing of our favorite to-dos and happenings around Los Angeles (pushed out Monday AM and Thursday AM).

However, it occurs to me that sometimes event-seekers just want stuff that’s down-and-dirty, cheap-and-easy. With that in mind, here are 10 quick ideas for this weekend each costing less than $10 that might be good to keep on your radar.

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Events are listed for this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in descending order from most to least expensive. Follow the links for more info!

MPK Night Market in Monterey Park

Credit: MPK Night Market on Facebook

For all prices listed we’ll generally note the true cost including any service fees, as sometimes is the case with our ticket-affiliate partner Goldstar.

[RELATED: The Best Way to Find Discount Events in Los Angeles]

1. [$10.00]  A big game of Humans vs. Zombies up in Camarillo on Sunday.

2. [$10.00Horrible Movie Night at the NerdMelt showroom on 9:00pm this Saturday. If you purchase online beforehand, tickets are just $8.00.

3. [$8.75 including fees] Suicide Notes: In Their Own Words at the Asylum Theater in Hollywood on Sunday.*

4. [$5.00] ‘Meet The Grunion‘ at the Marine Cabrillo Aquarium on Friday night from 8:00pm to midnight.

5. [FREE] Public screening of Cinderella at the Westfield in Culver City as part of Summertime Cinema.

6. [FREE] Opening reception for Both Sides, an art show celebrating heroes and villains featuring works by Dan Mumford, Jeff Boyes and others. 7:00pm – 10:00pm on Friday.

7. [FREE] MPK Night Market at Barnes Park in Monterey Park on Friday night.

8. [FREEThe FIGat7th Downtown Festival on Friday night (featuring the music by  Superhumanoids and Tropics this week).

9. [FREE] The DogVacay Fit Fest  at the La Brea Tar Pits this Saturday.

10. [FREE] Hammer Projects: Josheph Holtzman

* Discount tickets available only via Goldstar links provided.


If you want a more complete rundown, check Christina’s weekend roundup that was posted up yesterday morning or check out our discount events page for more savings.

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