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Snow along Angeles Crest Highway
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February 2022 events calendar for Los Angeles

Plan your month with our February 2022 events calendar of the best free things to do, events and concerts

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Let’s get this out of the way: February is the time for everyone’s favorite love-hate holiday, Valentine’s Day (and we have a feeling there’ll be a bit more to hate about it this year). But there’s a lot more to the mini month than chocolates and roses (though you can literally stop and smell them at a botanical garden). There are still plenty of things to do in Los Angeles in winter before the seasonally-similar spring arrives. No matter your plans—and love life status—you’ll find plenty of things to do in our February events calendar.

RECOMMENDED: Full events calendar for 2022

Looking for some more things to do this month?

Salazar
Photograph: Jakob N. Layman

Dine outdoors

Restaurants

Not quite ready to eat inside of a restaurant? Here are some of our favorite spots for alfresco eats in L.A.

Krispy Rice sushi delivery
Photograph: Courtesy Krispy Rice

Or order takeout

Restaurants

You’ve eaten through two bags of beans and six cans of chickpeas. Now what? You leave it to some of the city’s top restaurants and bars, who are making your social distancing as painless as possible.

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cocktails
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And make sure to add in a booze order, too

Bars

Some of L.A.’s best restaurants and bars have your back when you need a stiff drink at home. Restaurants and bars can now deliver alcohol to your door—whether it’s craft beer, wine or house-made cocktails—as long as they’re offering food, which means we can finally sip from some of our favorite spots in town from the comfort of our own couches.

Mission Tiki Drive-In Theatre
Photograph: Stephanie Breijo

Go to the drive-in

Movies

Cinephiles, rejoice! You can watch a movie from somewhere other than your couch at L.A.’s half-dozen or so old-school drive-ins.

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Street Food Cinema
Photograph: Courtesy Street Food Cinema

Or head to one of these pop-up drive-ins

Movies

Alfresco screenings usually pop up across the city well past the summer season. But this year, with most screenings pivoting to drive in formats, it seems like we still have months of movies to look forward to.

Palos Verdes
Photograph: Courtesy Unsplash/Kaity O’Keefe

Take a scenic drive around L.A.

Things to do

Finally, our automobile-addicted culture has an upside: You can see some of L.A.’s most stunning scenery safely from your car window.

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Runyon Canyon
Photograph: Benny Haddad

Go for a walk or hike

Things to do

We’re so thankful that we have access to some many incredible trails in L.A. (assuming you’re following proper social distancing guidelines and wearing a face covering).

Huntington Library
Photograph: Time Out/Michael Juliano

Find some peace at a botanical garden

Things to do

If your neighborhood isn’t conducive to walking and you’re looking for a wide-open outdoor space, most major gardens are open again. Do note that tickets are limited and must be purchased online. And remember to keep a safe distance from other visitors.

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