As morning clouds give way to afternoon sunshine, maybe you’ll want to take dad for an outdoor dining experience to enjoy the weather. We have a big list for that. But if eating out with the whole family sounds too involved or too last minute, then we’ve got other options to consider as well.
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (June 19) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas on our radar. We hope you enjoy your Father’s Day, your Juneteenth celebrations, or anything else you have going for your Sunday.
Things To Do For Sunday
JUNETEENTH: A Celebration of Freedom -> On Sunday, the Hollywood Bowl celebrate Juneteenth huge slate of performers including Earth, Wind & Fire, The Roots, Lucky Daye, Jhené Aiko, Robert Glasper, Killer Mike, Billy Porter, Mary Mary, Anthony Hamilton, Michelle Williams, Mickey Guyton, the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, and more. Tickets start as low as $20. More info here.
Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance -> Is dad a car guy? Celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday in the heart of Beverly Hills with an up-close with some of the world’s most luxurious vehicles at this annual free car show. The event also includes a slow-moving car rally that runs north on Crescent Dr, west on Sunset, then south on Beverly Dr. to arrive back in Downtown BH. Both the car show and the rally are free to attend. More info here.
Juneteenth Prosperity Market @ CAAM -> This Sunday, head to California African American Museum for a special Juneteenth edition of Prosperity Market. Explore the farmers market, enjoy cooking demonstrations, sit in on a children’s reading hour courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library, partake in family centered arts and crafts, unwind with a morning sound bath by Sol & Sound and much more. Admission is free. More info here.
Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- The Pasadena Chalk Festival continues in Old Town Pasadena. Free to attend.
- SaMo PRIDE’s Dance Master Dane Sorenson leads an all-ages dance aerobics class on the 3rd Street Promenade starting at noon.
- The Valley Cultural Foundation Summer Concerts series kicks off at Warner Park this Sunday with an R&B set by Terrell Edwards and Brittney Crush. Free to attend.
- Levitt Pavilion Concerts hosts a Caribbean Kaleidoscope performance featuring Upstream, Prince Bernard, Chacombo, Dj Adé Neff, Jonkonnu Performers, and Hummingbird Village. Free to attend.
- Mount Wilson Observatory’s Concerts in the Dome series features a Ravel’s String Quartet performed by the Salastina Music Society.
- L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele’s is hosting a special sound bath, breathwork, and brunch event starting at 11 a.m. Tickets are $65.
- The Hammer hosts a special Q&A with director Todd Haynes (Dark Waters, Carol, The Velvet Underground) moderated by Sundance Film Festival Director of Programming Kim Yutan. Free to attend with RVSP.
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