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10 Fun Things To Do TODAY in L.A. for July 29, 2017

July 29, 2017 by We Like L.A. Staff

You know what’s handy?

Waking up in the morning, firing up your phone/computer and being able to scan a super quick (but curated) rundown of the best of what lies ahead for the day at hand in the city you live in. So here it is!

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Below is our quick link list of 10 fun things to do in Los Angeles for today, Saturday, July 29, 2017. May it lead you to adventure!

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The Getty Center. Credit: Nick Webb via flickr cc


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1. [10 a.m.] In honor of National Dance Day, The Music Center is hosting a free, all-day dance event at Grand Park in hopes to make dancing more accessible to all people. During the day dance enthusiasts and beginners can watch, join in on a dance and enjoy various activities. FREE

2. [10 a.m.The Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival, is an entire day of free movies and talks aiming to spread awareness about healing our planet touching upon timely topics like Standing Rock, water and power in California, and climate change. Happening at Hollywood’s iconic Egyptian Theatre. FREE

3. [11 a.m.]  Politicon 2017 at the Pasadena Convention Center (July 29-30) will feature panels, debates, screenings, comedy shows and a place where passionate citizens can openly discuss the current political climate. Check for discount tickets before making your purchase. DISCOUNTED (via Goldstar)

4. [11 a.m.Midsummer Scream Halloween Festival at Long Beach Convention Center (July 29-30) offers walk-through haunted attractions, theatrical performances, makeup demos and workshops, a huge themed marketplace and more. Check for discount tickets before making your purchase. DISCOUNTED (via Goldstar)

5. [11 a.m.Love Long Beach 2017 returns for its 4th annual two-day festival on July 29 and 30 with a weekend of musical magic, DJs, arts and crafts, food court, vendors, a Healing Arts Village (with yoga, sound bath healing, flow and speakers) and more at Shoreline Aquatic Park.

6. [noon] Calling all Rick and Morty fans: There’s a giant RickMobile rolling into town this Friday and Saturday with a pop up shop offering limited supply of clothes, figures and more. Catch it at A Shop Called Quest in Los Angeles on Friday and Earth-2 Comics in Northrdige on Saturday.

7. [noonLong Beach Crawfish Festival returns to Rainbow Lagoon Park from July 28 to 30, with dancing to live music, the Second Line Parade, dance lessons, karaoke, fresh crawfish, Cajun food, chicory coffee, beignets and adult beverages. Check for discount tickets before making your purchase. DISCOUNTED(via Goldstar)

8. [2 p.m.] One special Saturday every month Griffith Observatory hosts a free public star party to highlight interest in observing the cosmos. The event is a great chance to try out a variety of telescopes, check out visible objects of our solar system, and perhaps best of all the parties provide a forum to exchange ideas and talk to knowledgeable amateur astronomers. FREE

9. [6 p.m.] Outdoor summer concert series Off the 405 at the Getty Center showcases today’s hottest bands while surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens, views and architecture in Los Angeles. This weekend Steve Gunn will perform. FREE

10. [8 p.m.] The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor will host The Sinister Circus a ghoulish night where guests can dance the night away in the company of ominous spirits at a haunted costume ball. The event will also provide guests with a preview of the Dark Harbor experience coming this fall. Check for discount tickets before making your purchase. DISCOUNTED (via Goldstar)

DEAL OF THE DAY: $19.50 tix for The Virus Escape Room (via Goldstar)

Want more ideas for upcoming things to do in L.A.? Check out our Los Angeles events calendar.

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