10 Things To Do For This Sunday in L.A. [6-9-2024]

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The Downtown Burbank Arts Fest. Photo via Jackalope Arts

Feel like getting out the house today? We’ve a few ideas that might just spark your interest.

In the queue for this Sunday L.A. you’ll find the LA Pride Parade, the Downtown Burbank Arts Festival, a Bill and Ted screening at the Valley Relics Museum, the American Indian Arts Festival, PBS SoCal’s annual Summer Learning Day at the California Science Center, and more. Have a look at all your options in the list below.


Make Metro Part of Your Weekend

54th Annual LA Pride Parade & Block PartyFA > The annual LA Pride Parade & Block Party will include over a hundred floats, along with a block party adjacent to the parade route, all free to attend. This Sunday’s route (the longest ever!) runs north on Highland Blvd past the ABC7 live broadcast, then head east on Hollywood Blvd, and south on Cahuenga Blvd. Starts at 11 a.m. More info here.

Go Metro: Take the B Line to Hollywood / Highland

Three Top Picks To Do This Sunday

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

Downtown Burbank Arts FestivalFA > A huge vendor marketplace curated by Jackalope Arts takes over Downtown Burbank on Saturday and Sunday featuring 170+ indie sellers on hand offering curated goods include original fashion and jewelry design, paper goods, innovative home decor and housewares, art, photography, food, and more. Free to attend. Runs 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. More info here.

Bill and Ted Day at Valley Relics Museum -> This Sunday, the Valley Relics Museum is hosting a screening of Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. Attendees will have the chance to step inside the original restored phone booth time machine from the film. Costumes are encouraged, with a prize for the most triumphantly dressed duo or historical figure. Production designer David L. Snyder and storyboard artist Robbie Consing will be present for an audience Q&A. Tickets are $12, and the screening will take place indoors with seating provided. More info here.

American Indian Arts Festival -> The Autry’s 33rd annual American Indian Arts Festival returns this weekend, celebrating the rich culture of Native American art and performance. Enjoy live music, pow-wow dancing, workshops, cultural art, and live theatrical performances from the Native Voices Young Playwrights Festival. Museum admission grants access to all festival activities on both Saturday and Sunday. More info here.

Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • Gardena Cinema, the oldest single-screen stand-alone independent movie theater in South Los Angeles is hosting free screenings this weekend as part of Pluto T.V.’s “Summer of Cinema” campaign. FA
  • PBS SoCal’s annual Summer Learning Day returns on Sunday at the California Science Center. Families can enjoy interactive educational activities, giveaways, and photos with PBS KIDS characters like Daniel Tiger. FA
  • The Pasadena Museum of History and the City of Pasadena team up this Sunday to celebrate Pasadena’s 138th birthday through a day of special activities. FA
  • Smorgasburg LA celebrates Pride month this Sunday with a special art fair featuring LGBTQ+ creatives. FA
  • EEEEEATSCON, The Infatuation’s signature food fest comes to the Santa Monica Barker Hangar Saturday and Sunday with a bevy of top restaurants from L.A. and the East Coast under one roof, plus live music and plenty of panels.
  • The Palos Verdes Street Fair and Music Festival continues through Sunday. FA

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