Things to do

July 23, 2022 by Brian Champlin

Photo via Grand Performances

Want to get out of your house on Saturday? We have a few good reasons to get off the couch.

Below are our top three picks for today (July 23) in Los Angeles, followed by a bulleted list of seven other quick ideas to consider. Enjoy!


Things to do for Saturday

A Colorado gig -> One Colorado Summer Concerts in Old Pasadena continue this Saturday with a performance by Juicy Pear. KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe kicks things off with a DJ set at 8 p.m., with the live performance starting at 9 a.m. Free. More information here.

Great Shows -> The signature free summer music series at California Plaza continues in July with a World Stage Night event featuring Ali Sethi + Discostan. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The free shows continue on Saturdays until August 25. More informations here.

I love Long Beach -> This massive two-day festival takes over from the Shoreline Aquatic Park on Saturday and Sunday with several DJ music stages, healing workshops, yoga sessions, a children’s village and lots of good vibes for everyone. Day passes start at $30 for adults. Get more information here.

Seven more things to do in LA today

  • Market with MAUM is a pop-up experience taking place at ROW DTLA today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring a wide selection of Korean makers ranging from food to ceramics and art.
  • Glassell Park Revenge Of Hosts Comic Shop Lotzillaa monthly parking lot pop-up showcasing local merchants and lifestyle vendors, food and drink deals, and an oversized Godzilla backdrop for fun photo ops.
  • Enter a “Klarna Oasis” this weekend to shop mission-driven brands in one place
  • The San Fernando Street Market is a monthly night with over 80 vendors as well as music, classic cars, food and entertainment.
  • The 7th Annual Haitian Heritage Festival comes to Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall 12-7 p.m.
  • Petersen Automotive Museum opens a new exhibition with works from Andy Warhol’s unfinished 1986/87 Cars series.
  • NoHo Summer Nights brings an evening of art stalls, food to buy and live blues music to North Hollywood Park.

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