You ready to put together a fun Sunday in the city?
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (July 10) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Hope you find something that tickles your fancy.
Things To Do For Saturday
Skirball Family Amphitheater Performances -> A new kid-friendly series at Skirball spotlights a dazzling lineup of artists who use music, dance, and storytelling to keep their cultural traditions and family histories alive, encouraging audiences to sing, dance, and interact with performers. Included with general admission tickets. This Sunday’s event features Bloco Obini, an all-queen drum ensemble of artists, activists, teachers, and students celebrating African culture. More info here.
Grand Opening of the Sixth Street Viaduct -> Saturday’s public opening festival for the brand new Sixth Street Viaduct has come and gone, but if you want to give it a walkthrough (or pedal) before vehicles take over, the span will be open for pedestrians and cyclists to explore on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. No ticket needed. More info here.
CicLAvia South L.A. -> CicLAvia’s next open-streets event comes to South L.A. this Sunday with a route covering portions of Vermont Square, Harvard Park, Chesterfield Square, Exposition Park, and King Estates. With the streets closed off to vehicular traffic, guests of all ages can bike, skate, run, walk, or skateboard at their leisure, and check out pop-up activities along the route. Runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free and open to the public. More info here.
Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Long Beach Pride concludes today with the annual parade at 10:30 a.m. followed by day two of the weekend music festival.
- The Echo Park Lotus Festival continues for day two.
- Valley Cultural Foundation’s Summer Concerts series continues Warner Park with a performance by DSB (Don’t Stop Believing) – A Tribute to Journey.
- Manhattan Beach Concerts in the Park series continues for with a performance by the Doo-Wah Riders.
- The Independent Shakespeare Co. continues their 2022 season of theatrical performances in Griffith Park with The Knight of the Burning Pestle. Free to attend with reservation.
- The 626 Night Market returns to its flagship location with over 300 food, merch, and craft vendors to Santa Anita Park. Pre-sale tickets are $5, or it’s $6 at the door.
- The Getty 25 community festival series continues this weekend with a pop-up in Reseda.
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