It’s Sunday, it’s not raining, and it’s not that hot. So what’s on your social agenda?
Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (September 11) in L.A. followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Rundown starts below.
Things To Do For Sunday in Los Angeles
KCRW Summer Nights -> KCRW’s summer events programming hits Old Pasadena this Sunday with a free evening concert at One Colorado headlined by jazz pianist Mark de Clive-Lowe, and bookended by DJ sets from KCRW’s LeRoy Downs. Music starts at 7:30 p.m. More info here.
The Great Homecoming -> A two-day pet adoption event with a musical touch pops up at the Montalbán Theater this Saturday and Sunday. Producers of the award-winning musical Pup! A Chew Story will present a live, concert-style reading of the show each night, with several hours of activations (including adoptable pups on hand) to precede the evening performances. Tickets cost between $27-$40. More info here.
Americana in the Park -> McCabe’s Guitar Shop and the City of Santa Monica team up for a series of free concerts held at Gandara Park every Sunday in September. All events run 4 to 7 p.m., and are free to attend. This weekend, A.J. Lee and Blue Summit headline the show. See the complete lineup and get more details here.
Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today
- Brick Fest Live brings two days of block-building fun to the Pasadena Convention Center this Saturday and Sunday.
- The Hi Autumn Festival continues for day two in Temple City.
- Pretty Good Boy and Pawsitive MGMT present DOG DAYS CAMP, a pawsome afternoon of grooming, treats, photo opportunities and dog-friendly vendors for humans to explore.
- Duran Duran wraps up a three-night performance at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday, joined by special guests Warpaint and Nile Rogers.
- The Rose Bowl Flea Market takes place every second Sunday of the month.
- USC Pacific Asia Museum offers free admission every second Sunday of the month.
- The Space Between: The Modern in Korean Art the opens this Sunday at LACMA. The exhibition examines the formation of modern art in Korea with more than 130 works spanning 1897 to 1965.
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