10 Things To Do For This Sunday in L.A. [6-11-2023]

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The Getty Center. Credit: Fabio Achilli via flickr

What’s your game plan for this Sunday in Los Angeles? Still tinkering? Let’s sort it out together.

Here’s how we like to organize: One great idea where you can get there by Metro, three top picks to point you in the right direction, and six other quick ideas for those who just need lots of options. Wherever your day takes you, let’s make it a memorable one.


Make Metro Part of Your Weekend

Every Wednesday we map out a guide to the best free things to do for the weekend taking L.A. Metro, but this week we went the extra mile with a special list of free things to do for the next 40 days in Los Angeles.

Need one highlight for this Sunday? The Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles concert series kicked off this weekend, and today you can catch a performance by Boogaloo Assassins, with a set by DJ Clifton Weaver to precede the headliner. The event starts at 5 p.m. at the northwest corner of MacArthur Park. Free to attend, no RSVP necessary. More info here.

Go Metro: Take the B or D Lines to Westlake MacArthur Park station OR take Line 20/720 along Wilshire Blvd.

Three Top Picks To Do This Sunday

M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission

53rd Annual LA Pride ParadeM FA > On Sunday, the free annual event will include over a hundred floats and nearby fun from a Pride Village, to a street fair featuring food and activities as well as live performances. More info here.

Family Festival: Medieval PlayFA > Head to The Getty Center this Sunday for a fun-filled festival inspired by medieval play and pastimes. Guests (costumed encouraged!) can immerse themselves in a medieval village offering courtly dance sessions, traditional live music, storytelling, boardgames, and a medieval battle with Academy of Arms. You can even storm the castle with foam swords and shields on the Getty’s expansive garden lawns. Runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free to attend, but mind the parking fees. More info here.

Sunday Funday at The Wallis – FA > The season-ending edition of Sunday Funday comes to The Wallis with a kid-friendly performance by Nathalia, plus a dance session with the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. The event starts at 11 a.m. on the Promenade Terrace. Free to attend. No RSPV necessary. More info here.

Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • This Sunday, Mount Wilson Observatory continues its 2023 season of classical concerts hosted inside the historic 100-inch telescope dome, where the acoustics are said to be some of the finest in the world.
  • This Sunday, Manhattan Village invites the public to spend the afternoon participating in free outdoor classes from Corepower Yoga, Coreology and Cyclebar. FA
  • The Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce is hosting a family friendly fair Friday through Sunday that includes a carnival, food vendors and live entertainment in the heart of the Rolling Hills Estate neighborhood. FA
  • CAMP Los Angeles, a new community-centered fitness studio is slated to open in Santa Monica this weekend with a jam-packed schedule of workouts hosted by some of the biggest names in wellness.
  • Dozens of venues, including Zephyr Theatre, The Broadwater, and Three Clubs, host a huge slate of comedy, ensemble theatre, dance and immersive performances during the two and a half week run of the annual Hollywood Fringe Festival.
  • The Hammer’s Family Flicks series screens A Hard Day’s Night. FA

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