Got a plan for your Saturday in L.A.?
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (July 9) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Hope you find something to your liking.
Things To Do For Saturday
Echo Park Lotus Festival -> This Saturday and Sunday, the 41st annual Lotus Festival honors the people and culture of India for 2022 with a special pavilion, live music, children’s activities, a lantern launch, a dragon boat parade, and more. Free to attend. Runs 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. More info here.
Summer Celebration at Bergamot -> This Saturday, Bergamot Station Arts Center hosts a Summer Celebration offering live music, local vendors, artist talks, curator walk-thrus, opening receptions for new exhibitions, and a free comedy show at The Crow. Events runs 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Get more info here.
Long Beach Pride Festival -> The 2022 Long Beach Pride Festival is a two-day (Saturday and Sunday) event headlined by Iggy Azalea, Natalia Jimenez, and Paulina Rubio. Festival activations and attractions include a silent disco, an S&M playground, roller rink, community art spaces, drag makeup, and more. Single-day GA tickets start at $48 per adult. Get more info here.
Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Grand Performances continues with a free performance by Scary Pockets.
- A day-long event at Don Knabe Community Regional Park in Cerritos celebrates Philippine American Friendship Day with live performances, food vendors, workshops, and a morning Zumba class.
- The Independent Shakespeare Co. continues their 2022 season of theatrical performances in Griffith Park with The Knight of the Burning Pestle. Free to attend with reservation.
- The 626 Night Market returns to its flagship location with over 300 food, merch, and craft vendors to Santa Anita Park. Pre-sale tickets are $5, or it’s $6 at the door.
- The Friends of the Los Angeles River’s 33rd annual Great LA River CleanUp continues this Saturday with events at Steelhead Park, Elysian Valley Gateway Park, or Lewis McAdams Park.
- The Getty 25 community festival series continues this weekend with a pop-up in Reseda.
- Movies on the Roof screens The Mummy at Westfield Fashion Square. Tickets are just $5 and 100% of the proceeds benefit Hope Of The Valley.
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