Sunday, dear Sunday… where art thou fun on a Sunday in Los Angeles? We have a few ideas.
Here’s the breakdown: 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. Whatever you decide on, hope you make it a good one.
Make Metro Part of Your Weekend
In our latest collaboration with Metro, we’ve synched up to produce a massive list of free things to do over the next 40 days, including dozens ideas that you can access without a car.
For this Sunday, hop over to the Levitt Pavilion Concert series for an evening of Latin alternative and pop with Marilyn Odessa, Los del Momento, and Yetzirah Vargas. Show starts at 5 p.m. Free to attend. 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
House Party at TAM – FA > Torrance Art Museum hosts a House Party this Sunday featuring all vinyl DJ sets spinning tunes throughout the decades, plus brews for purchase from Absolution Brewing. Era-inspired outfits are strongly encouraged. Free to attend, but 21+ only. More info here.
Family Festival: Medieval Play – FA > 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 Afternoon Concerts in the Dome -> On 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 month the program features program of classical from a String Trio & Duo (Ambroise Aubrun, violin; Victor de Almeida, viola; Cécilia Tsan, cello). There will be two performances, one at 3 p.m. and the other at 5 p.m. Tickets are $55. More info here.
Six More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Shakespeare By The Sea brings a performance of Twelfth Night to Hesse Park. FA
- This Friday to Sunday, the 626 Night Market returns to its flagship location at Santa Anita Park with over 300 food, merch, and craft vendors.
- Starting this week, The Independent Shakespeare Co. returns to Griffith Park with a production of Julius Caesar running Wednesday to Sunday. FA
- The Rose Bowl Flea Market pops up every second Sunday of the month.
- The USC Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena is free every second Sunday of the month. FA M
- 826LA hosts a children’s workshop (ages 8-14) at The Hammer on Monologues – From Page to Performance. FA
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