10 Things To Do For This Saturday in L.A. [3-4-2023]

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A summer walk at the Getty Villa. Photo by Brian Champlin / We Like L.A.

Got an inkling to get out and about after being cooped up during last weekend’s wet weather? Let’s see what we can do on that score.

Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (March 4) in Los Angeles followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Hope you have a great Saturday!


Things To Do For Saturday in Los Angeles

626 Night Market Mini -> 626 Night Market returns to Downtown Santa Monica this Saturday and Sunday with the “mini” version of their popular Asian-fusion food market. The open-air food event includes over two dozen vendors offering an array of dishes and an alcohol garden for attendees 21 years and older. The market is free to attend (though capacity is limited). Starts at 1 p.m. on both days. More info here.

Don’t Fence Me In at JANM -> This Saturday, the Japanese American National Museum opens their newest exhibition, Don’t Fence Me In: Coming of Age in America’s Concentration Camps. The exhibition explores the experiences of Japanese American youth who were imprisoned in World War II concentration camps, unravelling their narratives through a series of photographs, personal stories, and artifacts such as sports uniforms, musical instruments, and scout memorabilia. Saturday’s opening includes a event presented by the Boy Scouts of Heart Mountain, which begins at 2 p.m. and is included with admission, which is $16 for adults. Don’t Fence Me In remains on view through October 1. More info here. ->

Hitting New Heights -> Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University welcomes a pair of broadway stars to the stage this Saturday to kickstart their March lineup of cultural programming. Mandy Gonzalez and Javier Muñoz (both alums of In The Heights and Hamilton) headline Hitting New Heights, a raucous evening of song featuring tunes from West Side Story, Sunset BoulevardAin’t Too ProudSpringsteen on BroadwayPippinAll Shook Up, WickedHamiltonIn the Heights, and more. Tickets start at $32.50. More info here.

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Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • MashUp Contemporary Dance Company continues a celebration of International Women’s Day with a community workshop and professional showcase on Saturday.
  • The Getty Villa’s next Family Festival puts Nubian culture in focus with two days of workshops, performances, and special activities.
  • Regarding Her’s 10 Days RE:Her Festival (March 3-12) brings together female-owned hospitality operations to collaborate on special culinary events across Los Angeles County. Explore special menu items, virtual events and dinners prepared by chefs from some of the most influential restaurants in the city.
  • The Pickwick Vintage Show is back at ROW DTLA on this Saturday with over 70 vendors showcasing an incredible assortment of vintage clothing, jewelry, and accessories.
  • 818 Night Market pops up in Reseda from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday.
  • The Wallis hosts an evening with actor, host, writer, designer, and producer Isaac Mizrahi.
  • Eataly’s annual Restaurant Fest takes place March 3-19 with special two-course menus from restaurants Capri and La Pizza & La Pasta

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