A little cloudy and rainy as we wake up this morning in the Southland… but you know… just a little. Don’t let that stop you!
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (March 5) in Los Angeles followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Enjoy your Sunday.
Things To Do For Sunday in Los Angeles
NHM Butterfly Pavilion -> The Butterfly Pavilion at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles returns this Sunday, offering guests the chance to experience hundreds of butterflies, native plants, and caterpillars all in one place. Tickets to the Pavilion are $8, which is on top of regular museum admission (starting at $15 per adult). Runs through August 13, 2023. More info here.
AirTalk’s FilmWeek Oscar Preview -> This Sunday at The Orpheum in DTLA, host Larry Mantle and contributing FilmWeek critics come together for an afternoon of Oscar talk. The panel will swap hot takes on the best performances, opine on the year’s biggest snubs, and handicap all the close races at the forthcoming 2023 Academy Awards. Tickets start at $15. Get more info here.
Sunday Funday at The Wallis -> The next edition of Sunday Funday comes to The Wallis this weekend with a lineup that features kid-friendly performances by Parker Bent and Spring Groove, plus a Hip-Hop dance session by the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. The event starts at 10 a.m. on the Promenade Terrace. Free to attend. No RSPV necessary. More info here. [TIP: keep an eye on the forecast to make sure the rain wraps up early enough to avoid cancelling of the the event]
* Goldstar Discounts -> Remember that Goldstar.com has great deals on tickets for a range of upcoming events in Los Angeles. Get $30 tix to Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo at Microsoft Theater, $25 tix to MARIACHI USA Festival at the Hollywood Bowl, or $20 tix to The Secret Garden at Ahmanson Theatre.
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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 day of master classes followed by an evening gala.
- 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.
- 626 Night Market returns to Downtown Santa Monica this Saturday and Sunday with the “mini” version of their popular Asian-fusion food market.
- Eataly’s annual Restaurant Fest takes place March 3-19 with special two-course menus from restaurants Capri and La Pizza & La Pasta.
- James Conlon, world-renowned conductor and music director of the Los Angeles Opera, comes to Hammer Museum this Sunday for a conversation centered around French composer Claude Debussy, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Opera’s production of Debussy’s landmark work, Pelléas et Mélisande.
- The Pasadena City College Flea Market pops up on the first Sunday of every month. Free admission.
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