Happy Weekend Everyone! Are you staying in town or heading south to Comic-Con this weekend? For people staying in LA there are still fun things to do this weekend (and hopefully less traffic than last weekend). Lets get to it!
Tonight, Friday July 19th head to the Known Gallery on Fairfax in West Hollywood to see this Push exhibit.
“As a part of the Game Changer series, SIMPLE Mobile told Push they wanted to give him a chance to do something he always wanted to do with his art, without restriction. Push’s first choice was a to do a three-dimensional installation piece that stretched his skills and the ideas of what people thought of when it came to graffiti and street artists in Los Angeles. ”
It’s opening reception is from 8-11pm tonight and it’s free! If you can’t catch it tonight, it’s running through the weekend.
It’s also DineLA Restaurant Week! Check HERE for full listings and details. Maybe you could eat out at an amazing restaurant at a reduced price and then hit-up the Push opening exhibit? That would be so LA of you.
Tonight if you’re looking for an outdoor movie, check it Friday Night Flicks: Thelma and Louise in Pershing Square. Bring a picnic and low lawn chairs (no alcohol or smoking allowed). It starts at 8:30p, so why not get there early, head to Perch for a cocktail on the roof and then stake your spot for the movie.
Etsy Renegade Craft Fair is happening this weekend! It starts at 10am on Saturday July 20th and you can always come back Sunday incase you haven’t had your fill. Expect food trucks, tons of cool booths and a fun crowd. I look forward to this bi-annual event all year and it’s HERE!!
While you are near downtown, continue into the city to hit up some sample/warehouse sales. Splendid and Ella Moss are having their warehouse sale at the Cooper Building from 9am-3pm. If you are in West Hollywood, Just One Eye has their warehouse sale from 10a-7pm at 953 N. Orange Dr on Saturday.
Dream Collective on Sunset is hosting a $75 leather tooling workshop (for DIY’ers out there) where you learn leather working skills.
Are you looking to save money and instead get exercise and be outside for free? Ten Bridges Epic is happening Saturday from 8:30a-4p. Be at the starting point at 8:30a by the Gold line on Spring St. Join a great group of walkers as they explore all of downtowns bridges.
On Saturday at 8pm Grand Performances is hosting Rufus and Friends with Black Light All Stars. Click the link to find listen to their jams.
Hit-up Shakespeare in the Park on Sunday July 21. In Griffith Park (by the Old Zoo) they will be performing Macbeth at 7pm on Sunday. It’s free (although donations would be appreciated) and be sure to pack a picnic, bug spray and a jacket for once the sun sets. It’s a really fun time.
The Echo is hosting The Grand Ole Echo (a night of country music and bbq) for FREE on Sunday night from 5-9pm. Whispering Pines, The Americans, Phoebe Bridges, and Sutter Zachary will be performing.