Concerts, a block party, Shakespeare, a horror convention, and… Pokémon? All part of this Sunday in Los Angeles.
Our usual breakdown: One solid idea to get there by Metro, three top picks to to point you in the right direction, and six other quick ideas for those who just need lots of options. Whatever you decide on, hope you make it a good one.
Make Metro Part of Your Weekend
Pershing Square’s Divercity Multicultural Concert Series, produced in partnership with the LA County Department of Parks, has four more dates on the docket for the summer, including a pair this weekend. Saturday, Jul. 29, house music vibes ascend for the Powertools 30th Anniversary celebration, then on Sunday, Jul. 30 you can see a catch by 112, Sean Kingston, and J Holiday. All events are free to attend.
Go Metro: Take the B or D Line to Pershing Square Station.
Three Top Picks To Do This Sunday
M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission
Rock the Block – FA > This Sunday, Rock the Block takes over the Crenshaw District with an afternoon of live entertainment, live mural making, Mariachi, a kids zone, and more. The main stage pops up in front of White Hall Arts Academy at the intersection of 6th & 54th Ave. Events run noon to 5 p.m. Free to attend. More and full lineup here.
2023 Summer Sounds in WeHo – FA > The City of West Hollywood’s Summer Sounds concert series continues this Sunday at Plummer Park with an afternoon of country, Americana, and folk tunes from Hannah Blaylock and Honey Whiskey Trio. Runs 4 to 6:30 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.
Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival – FA > The Independent Shakespeare Co.’s production of Julius Caesar in Griffith Park wraps up with performance on Sunday. The company takes a week off, then from August 9 to September 3, catch A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the same Wednesday to Sunday schedule. All shows begin at 7 p.m. Free to attend, but donations heartily encouraged. More info here.
Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Now on view at JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles, culture collides with Japanese craftsmanship at POKÉMON X KOGEI | Playful Encounters of Pokémon and Japanese Craft. FA M
- Midsummer Scream continues at the Long Beach Convention Center this Sunday with 350 exhibitors, a dozen mini-haunts and attractions, panels, presentations, live performances, and more. M
- On Sunday, The Fowler Museum and The NEA Present Weedie Braimah & the Hands of Time, and SK Kakraba at the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles concert series. FA M
- Once a month, Killer Shrimp Restaurant & Bar in Marina del Rey opens its parking lot to hot rod, classic car, and motorcycle displays.
- 626 Night Market brings a mini version of their food pop-up to Downtown Santa Monica. M
- This Sunday, Manhattan Beach’s Polliwog Park Amphitheater hosts Concerts in the Park with a performance by Kenny Metcalf as Elton John. FA
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