10 Things To Do For This Saturday in L.A. [3-9-2024]

Posted by
Chinatown Central Plaza
Chinatown Central Plaza. Photo by Brian Champlin / We Like L.A.

Ready to tackle your Saturday in Los Angeles? Let’s hit it!

On deck for today in L.A. you’ll find MAMA’s Nightmarket in Chinatown, the grand opening party for the Venice Heritage Museum, a garden workshop at Hauser & Wirth, a RE:Her Comedy Night, a opening celebration for Sky Zone, and more. Check out more options below!


Three Top Picks To Do This Saturday

M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission

MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET “YEAR OF DRAGON”M > Mama’s Nightmarket returns on Saturday with a more intimate version of their event this time presented by Honda and in partnership with the Bruce Lee Foundation. Taking place at Central Plaza in Chinatown the market promises a vibrant Lunar New Year celebration featuring DJ performances, dance floors, martial arts, a Lion Dance Show, karaoke, and food from under-represented mom and pop restaurants. Tickets start at $35 for GA and go up to $99 for VIP. A portion of proceeds will also be donated to. More info here.

Venice Heritage Museum Grand OpeningFA > This Saturday, the Venice Heritage Museum is hosting a Grand Opening celebration, featuring the debut of their inaugural exhibition This Is Some Place. Expect live entertainment, music, food, and drinks as part of opening night. Runs 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.

Garden Workshop: Spring into SpringFA > This Saturday, join the Garden School Foundation for a hands-on workshop at Hauser & Wirth. Learn to plant a living wheatgrass basket or create greeting cards and recycled button pins with pressed flowers. The workshop is free, but reservations are recommended. Drop in and stay as long as supplies last for a creative and educational experience. More info here.

Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • On Saturday, Creative Communal Market brings 30+ local vendors and artisans to Runway Playa Vista for a day of shopping fun. FA
  • On Saturday, the Long Beach Symphony presents an evening of music and imagery featuring the music of Guillaume Connesson, Vaughan Williams, and Johannes Brahms, featuring solo performances by Elissa Johnston, Kevin Deas, and the Long Beach Camerata Singers.
  • A new location of Sky Zone trampoline park is officially opening on Saturday in Alhambra, and to celebrate the first 100 guests who attend their grand opening celebration will jump for free. FA
  • Music off the Wall is a new augmented reality art exhibition on display at The Music Center’s Jerry Moss Plaza now through May 4. FA
  • The RE:Her Comedy Night is a comedy show slash dinner fundraiser at female-owned comedy club at The Crow in Santa Monica.
  • BEYOND THE STREETS and CONTROL Gallery’s latest exhibition highlights the photography of Gordon Matta-Clark, who documented the New York City graffiti scene in the early 1970s through over 2,000 images. FA
  • L.A. Sanitation hosts a free, monthly compositing workshop this Saturday in Griffith Park where you can learn all about composting and get free compost and mulch in bulk. FA

Want to get the best things to do in L.A. sent straight to your inbox? Join over 60,000 Angelenos who subscribe to our twice weekly email newsletter!

Sign-Up for We Like L.A.’s Emails

* indicates required
Additional Newsletter Options
By subscribing, you agree to our terms of use and privacy policy and consent to receive emails from We Like L.A. about news, events, offers, and partner promotions.