We curate an L.A. weekend itinerary of the city’s best concerts, culture and cuisine, every week, just for you.
Celebrate Cole’s 109th anniversary with live jazz, a multicourse meal prepared by a few of L.A.’s top chefs and what it’s billing as the world’s largest old-fashioned at the Downtown bar and French dip destination.
Get down to your favorite aughts hip-hop jams at Echo Flex, the Echoplex’s 2000s-era dance party. Shake it like a salt shaker at tonight’s event, which includes a special performance by the Ying Yang Twins.
Roam a Downtown warehouse space full of Shepard Fairey’s iconic artwork on the opening night of Damaged. The politically-focused exhibition marks Fairey’s first major solo exhibition in L.A. in nearly a decade.
Peruse an assortment of contemporary and traditional arts and crafts during the American Indian Arts Marketplace at the Autry. The festival brings together more than 200 Native American artists (representing more than 40 tribes) for the annual showcase.
See British national treasure Morrissey bring his Smiths and solo hits to the Hollywood Bowl—on the day after Morrissey Day, no less—for a night of tongue-in-cheek crooning. Billy Idol, inexplicably, opens.
Enjoy off-the-menu dishes, beloved staples and a few more surprises during the Tsubaki x Florent Plageoles Wine Dinner. Echo Park’s izakaya spot Tsubaki is serving a six-course meal in collaboration with winemaker Florent Plageoles of historic Domaine Plageole as spinoff event of the RAW WINE Fair, a showcase at Vibiana.
Kick off the holiday season during A California Christmas at the Grove. L.A.’s shopping mall metropolis lights up its Christmas tree with a slew of special guests—including Santa himself—and a fireworks finale.
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