Sunday, Sunday, Sunday… what will you do on your Sunday? We’ve got some ideas.
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (May 29) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Enjoy!
Things To Do For Sunday
MAINoploy -> Board game meets food fest at the 7th annual MAINopoly, taking place on Main Street in Santa Monica. Advance GA tickets start at $30 per person, which get you an allotment of credits (MAINopoloy dollars) you use to pick up bites at restaurants up and down the block. Each spot you visit helps fill up a game board that increases your chance at winning at prizes. Runs noon to 5 p.m. More info here.
Eat See Hear -> The Eat See Hear outdoor movie series kicks off their 2022 summer slate with a screening of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings at The Autry today. The event includes live tunes from Polartropica, plus a lineup of AAPI-influenced food trucks. Tickets start at $20, and all ticket holders get free admission to The Autry beginning at 6 p.m. More info here.
Corgi Nationals -> The Corgi Nationals return to Santa Anita Park today starting at 11 a.m. Hosted by the folks behind So Cal Corgi Beach Day, join some of the most adorable and athletic corgis on the field as they race for the top prize, and in between check out Corgi-centric vendors, carnival rides, and food vendors. Online general admission is $10, or $15 when you walk up.
Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- This is your final weekend to check out the 2022 L.A. County Fair.
- Fiesta Hermosa continues for day two in Hermosa Beach. Expect over 250 vendors, and three areas for live music including the main stage right on the beach.
- The 47th annual Topanga Days festival fundraiser continues with a packed lineup of games, food and live music. Runs 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Two new exhibitions just opened at The Broad recently, including Takashi Murakami’s first-ever solo show at the museum.
- L.A. Fleet Week continues on the waterfront in San Pedro with a day o live entertainment, ship tours, aerial demos, a veteran’s village, and more.
- LA Opera’s Aida is now in performance at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. The new production features a full chorus, orchestra, ballet, and new designs from Los Angeles-based artist RETNA.
- A Forest for the Trees immersive experience is now open at Ace Mission Studios near DTLA.
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