What are you looking to do in Los Angeles this week? Whether it's watching an Iron Maiden cover band contest to scoping out John Stamos, this list is your go-to for things to do from September 8-14.
Sunday September 8, 2013
- Getting married or do you just love weddings? Then check out this free event--Love is Sweet, which will take place at the LA Convention Center (1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA) from 11m to 3pm. This bridal show celebrates modern and retro inspired elements in wedding and event planning. Come meet professional vendors, enjoy music and have some fun! For more information on how to get tickets: http://www.glambridalshow.com/
- Don't forget to check out the last day of the The 15th annual LA Greek Fest (1324 S Normandie Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006.) It will bring together some of the best authentic and homemade Greek food and wine around. Admission is only $5.00 and product offerings include traditional Gyro sandwiches, Beef and Chicken Souvlakia, a Fry bar with Greek French fries and more. American and Greek beer will be on hand at the Beer Garden. On top of the amazing food and drink, there will be live Greek music, dancing, contests, celebrity sightings and more. Check out their website: http://lagreekfest.com/
Monday September 9, 2013
- If you love Iron Maiden, head down to the legendary Roxy Theater (9009 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069) where AXS TV is hosting its search for The World's Greatest Tribute Band. The event is free, and it will be hosted by Katie Daryl. Doors open at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm. To claim your free tickets, visit here: http://m.axs.com/greatesttributebands
Tuesday September 10, 2013
- Since its inception in 1965, LACMA (5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography and represent Los Angeles's uniquely diverse population. Every second Tuesday of the month, the museum offers patrons free admission, and on select holidays Target offers free admission. See the website for more details: http://www.lacma.org/
Wednesday September 11, 2013
- Downtown's Santee Alley (210 E Olympic Blvd #202, Los Angeles, CA 90015) is an actual alley that is famous for its amazing shopping deals. There are approximately 150 stores that sell nearly anything you would want when it comes to fashion. Each shop has its own hours, but generally everything is open from 9am to 6:30pm. For more information, check out: http://www.thesanteealley.com/
Thursday September 12, 2013
- There's still time to check out the free Twilight Concerts at the Santa Monica Pier. On Thursday, September 12, the lineup consists of Jimmy Cliff, The Delirians, Ethan Tucker, KCRW DJ Raul Campos, and the show begins at 7pm. Good for all ages. For more information, check out: http://tcs.dola.com/event/2013/09/12/jimmy-cliff
Friday September 13, 2013
- For a cheap family night, check out The Regency Theaters in Pasadena (1003 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91106.) A regular movie ticket price costs $3, and the concessions inside are just as budget-friendly. The interior of the theater has a vintage vibe, and the staff is friendly. Don't forget to bring cash as this theater does not accept credit cards. For movie times http://www.regencymovies.com/main.php?theaterId=8.
Saturday September 14, 2013
- The 1980s classic, The Breakfast Club, will play at Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown (1245 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90012) as the final outdoor screening of Eat See Hear, a summer film, music, and food series. Doors open at 5:30p, the band L.A. FONT will play at 7pm, and the movie will play at 8:30pm. For more information and to purchase tickets: http://schedule.eatseehear.com/event/2013/09/14/eatseehear-breakfast-club Various food trucks will also be on site. Tickets cost $12-20.
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