Things To Do

10 Things To Do For This Sunday in L.A. [3-26-2023]

March 26, 2023 by Brian Champlin
Rita McBride’s “Particulates” will be on view at The Hammer beginning March 26. Photo by Joshua White.

Dance. Vegan eats. Cherry Blossoms. New art. A family festival. It’s all part of your Sunday in L.A.

Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (March 26) in Los Angeles followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Enjoy your day!


Things To Do For Sunday in Los Angeles

Cherry Blossom Celebration at Shoseian Teahouse -> Head to the Shosian Teahouse at Brand Park this Sunday for the annual Sakura Matsuri (Cherry Blossom Celebration) featuring tea ceremonies, martial arts, bonsai, music, and plenty of family-friendly fun. All proceeds from the event go to the non-profit Friends of Shoseian. Attending the event is free, but seating for the tea ceremony requires a paid reservation costing $25. Runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. More info here.

Vegan Street Fair Los Angeles -> This Sunday, Vegan Street Fair Los Angeles returns to North Hollywood with a massive array of vegan-friendly vendors. It’s free to enter the fair and delicious bite-size portions of plant-based eats will be available for $4 or less. The Vegan Street Fair takes place from 11 a.m to 7 p.m on Chandler Avenue between Tujunga and Vineland. More info here.

Hammer Spring Exhibitions Opening -> On Sunday, The Hammer unveils their newly complete renovations at a Spring exhibition opening featuring art-making activities, curator-led talks, and artist videos. Highlights include a large-scale artwork by Chiharu Shiota; a brand-new 5,800-square-foot gallery featuring Rita McBride’s artwork Particulates; and a new outdoor sculpture terrace featuring Sanford Biggers’ 25-foot-tall cast-bronze sculpture Oracle. The public celebration runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. More info here.

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Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • The Torrance Cherry Blossom Cultural Festival comes to Columbia Park this Sunday for a unique blend of cultural performances with a fun variety of crafts by local artisans, centered around the blooming cherry blossom.
  • Debbie Allen Dance Academy comes to California African American Museum for a special performance celebrating Nina Simone’s classic, “Four Women.”
  • Celebrate activist and labor leader, César Chávez with a day of dance and art, culinary and garden workshops, and guest performances at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes.
  • Pacific Opera Project’s The Magic Flute AKA #Superflute adapts Mozart’s The Magic Flute through the lens of 90’s video game characters, with Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, Zelda, and Princess Peach taking on the roles of Papageno, Tamino, Queen of the Night, and others.
  • The annual Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival is back with a week-plus of screenings, galas, networking events, and workshops at multiple venues throughout Los Angeles. The festival runs through April 2.
  • Happening on the fourth Sunday of every month, the Topanga Vintage Market is packed with close to 200 sellers from antiques to vintage clothing and local artisan goods. Runs 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. $5 to get in. More info here.
  • One Sunday a month, dogs are welcomed at the South Coast Botanic Garden for a morning garden stroll with their owners. Adult tickets are $15, and dogs are $5 each. More info here.

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