Want to go out this weekend in L.A. but need to watch your wallet? Here are 10 quick ideas for this weekend each costing $10 or less that might be good to keep on your radar.
Events are listed for this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in descending order from most to least expensive. Follow the links for more info!
If you want a more complete rundown, check Christina’s weekend roundup that was posted up yesterday morning. And of course, make sure to sign-up for our email list so you’re always in the loop on happenings around the city.
(NOTE: For all prices we’ll list the TRUE cost including any service fees, as sometimes is the case with our ticket-affiliate Goldstar)
1. [$10.00] Rapture Dance Party PROM NIGHT ” Under The Sea” at The Satellite with music inspired by Prince, Spice Girls, Pet Shop Boys, Madonna, Blondie, Bobby Brown, and more… FREE before 10:00pm, and $10 thereaafter.
2. [$9.50 including fees] A Completely Different Late Show performed by The Groundlings. Discount tickets still available for 10:00pm show on Friday via Goldstar.
3. [$9.00 including fees] A screening of Beverly Hills Cop for the Eat|See|Hear outdoor movie series. Screening is at Santa Monica High School. Doors open at 5:30pm. Discount available only via Goldstar.
4. [$5.00] Bricks LA: A weekend-long convention for lovers of LEGOs. Unique displays, competitions, and free build areas for the kids. Admission is free for 12 and under!
5. [FREE] WalkAbout Redondo is a great way to explore the South Bay on foot in a scavenger hunt style quest to visit local business.. Register for free, and then get rewards for every business that stamps your ‘passport’. Course is 2.8 miles in length from South Bay Galleria to Aviation Blvd. 10:00am – 3:00pm on Saturday, May 16.
6. [FREE] The Getty Center’s Saturdays Off the 405 begins its summer series with a performance of the SF-based duo Cathedrals. Event is free with RSVP and starts at 6:00pm on Saturday, but remember parking at the Getty is $10, so bring a group and split the cost!
7. [FREE] On Sunday May 17, 2015 six local museums and historical homes will open their doors free of charge for Museums of the Arroyo Day.
8. [FREE] Hike with Ranger Ernie to Amir’s Garden on Sunday at 8:00am starting at the Griffith Park Ranger Station.