Everyone’s talking about the museum free-for-all, but if big crowds aren’t your thing you may want to look elsewhere for your Sunday entertainment.
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (February 5) in Los Angeles followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Always good to plan in advance. Hope you do, and you have a great day!
Things To Do For Sunday in Los Angeles
SoCal Museum Free-For-All -> This Sunday, 30+ museums and cultural institutions around Southern California band together to offer a free day of admission on February 5 during the SoCal Museums Free-For-All. Participants include museums that are free year-round (The Getty, Hammer Museum, Fowler Museum) along with many others that normally charge admission fees (The Academy Museum, La Brea Tar Pits Museum, Descanso Gardens) Just remember, you’ll definitely want to check each museum’s ticketing page online in advance to reserve tickets and/or see if they’ve sold out. Expect a crowd!. Get more information here.
Listening By the Moonrise -> Clockshop’s quarterly cultural series Listening By Moonrise returns on Sunday to the green space of L.A. State Historic Park as a collaboration with Earth Sessions. The February edition features readings by environmentalist writer Leah Thomas and multimedia artist Mandy Harris Williams, plus a performance by vocalist/bassist Tonina. Runs 3 to 5 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.
Grand National Roadster Show -> The O’Reilly Auto Parts Grand National Roadster Show is the longest-running indoor car show in the world, and this Friday to Sunday the event returns to the Fairplex in Pomona for its 73rd season of showcasing the country’s top custom cars. Expect over 1,000 of the best hot rods, customs, low riders, muscle cars, trucks and motorcycles from across the nation on display. Tickets start at $30 for a one-day pass. More info here.
* Goldstar Discounts -> Not going out today? Remember that Goldstar.com has great deals on tickets for a range of upcoming events in Los Angeles. You can get tickets as low as $11.25 for L.A. Clippers games at Crypto, save $5 on tickets to Comic Con Revolution, or get $9.60 tickets to National Geographic – Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience.
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Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- The Huntington hosts Chinese New Year festivities all-day Saturday and Sunday.
- Writer/Composer Dahlak Brathwaite’s Try/Step/Trip runs at The Wallis through Sunday.
- Designing with Disaster: Stories from Seven Regenerative Cities is the latest exhibition at Japan House LA.
- The 11th Annual San Pedro Film Festival continues through Sunday.
- Revealed offers an evening of true and personal storytelling show at The Glendale Room. Hosted by Erica Blumfield. Starts at 7 p.m.
- Fast-casual Mediterranean cafe The Kebab Shop celebrates its rapid expansion by giving away free wraps on Sunday, February 5 from noon to 2 p.m. at all five Los Angeles locations of The Kebab Shop (El Segundo, Burbank, Northridge, Encino, and Cerritos).
- Sunday in the City brings an afternoon of DJ’d tunes and vinyl records for sale to the Upstairs Bar at Ace Hotel in DTLA. Runs 2 to 7 p.m.
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