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June 2019 events calendar for Los Angeles

Plan your month with our June 2019 events calendar of the best activities, including free things to do, festivals and our favorite concerts

Los Angeles Pride Parade 2014
Photograph: Eleonor Segura Los Angeles Pride Parade 2014
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Looking for things to do in L.A.? Fill up your social life with festivals and activities from our June events calendar for Los Angeles. If you’re an Angeleno, you like to have fun in the sun at the beach, hiking or even lounging rooftop. As the weather warms up, head outdoors for this month’s big events and festivals.  

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Lummis Home
Photograph: Courtesy Lummis Day Festival
Things to do, Festivals

Lummis Day Festival

icon-location-pin Various locations in L.A., Los Angeles
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Celebrate the history and ethnic diversity of northeast Los Angeles at this annual music, dance and art festival.

Last Remaining Seats
Photograph: Courtesy L.A. Conservancy/Mike Hume
Movies, Drama

Last Remaining Seats

icon-location-pin Multiple venues
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The L.A. Conservancy offers a delightful summer time machine in the form of live entertainment and classic films, screened across Downtown’s grand old movie palaces throughout the month of June.

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Things to do, Performances

Noon to Midnight

icon-location-pin Walt Disney Concert Hall, Downtown
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Close out the LA Phil’s Fluxus Festival with an entire day of performances throughout the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Andrew Bird
Photograph: Rozette Rago
Music, Rock and indie

Andrew Bird

icon-location-pin The Wiltern, Koreatown
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Expect a reworking of his impressive back catalog with a heavy emphasis on violin pieces, an instrument he’s been playing since he was four—plus songs from his newest album, My Finest Work Yet.

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Broken Social Scene
Photograph: Rozette Rago
Music, Rock and indie

Broken Social Scene

icon-location-pin The Fonda Theatre, Hollywood
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Many things may have changed since 2010, but Broken Social Scene’s cool-yet-moody indie rock anthems—both old and new—are still just as timeless as ever.

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
Photograph: Michael Juliano
Things to do, Classes and workshops

First Fridays at the Natural History Museum

icon-location-pin Natural History Museum, USC/Exposition Park
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If you're sick of First Fridays only offering a high density of food trucks and lines at your favorite dive bars, check out something new—err, old rather—at the Natural History Museum, where First Fridays offer dinosaurs and DJs.

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Ghostbusters Fan Fest
Photograph: Courtesy Wizard World
Things to do, Conventions

Ghostbusters Fan Fest

icon-location-pin Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City
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Dust off your proton pack for this gathering of Ghostbusters fans, complete with screenings, panels, photo ops and appearances from director Ivan Reitman, composer Ray Parker Jr. and actors Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and William Atherton.

Splash House
Photograph: Courtesy Nikki Jahanforouz
Clubs

SPLASH HOUSE Palm Springs Pool + Music Weekend

icon-location-pin Various locations in L.A., Los Angeles
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Movers and shakers at this multi-location getdown are shuttled between the Renaissance, the Riviera Resort and the Saguaro to lap up big-name dance acts and DJ sets.

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LA PRIDE Festival 2013
Photograph: Riley Carithers
Things to do

LA Pride

icon-location-pin West Hollywood Park, West Hollywood
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One of the biggest pride events in the US, LA Pride attracts as many as a half of a million people during its two-day festival at West Hollywood Park, including its signature Sunday parade.

Mr. C Beverly Hills
Photograph: Courtesy Mr. C Beverly Hills
Movies

Poolside Cinema at Mr. C Beverly Hills

icon-location-pin Mr. C Hotel, Beverly Hills
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Supplement your typical summer drink date with a little cinema at Mr. C Beverly Hills’ poolside screening series.

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Getty Center
Photograph: Courtesy Sam Poullain
Art, Prints & editions

‘Bauhaus Beginnings’

icon-location-pin Getty Center, Brentwood
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Dive into the founding principles of the influential German art school at this Getty Research Institute exhibition, which over 250 rare prints, drawings, collages, notebooks and ephemera from the Bauhaus’s founding and early years.

Sweet potato at Guerrilla Tacos
Photograph: Jakob N. Layman
Restaurants, Mexican

Bill Esparza’s Taqueando Taco Festival

icon-location-pin ROW DTLA, Downtown
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Author, reporter and one of the world’s most authoritative taco authorities Bill Esparza is organizing a brand new taco festival at ROW DTLA, kicking off summer with a ton of heat.

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Music, Rock and indie

Santana

icon-location-pin Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood
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On this tour, with support from the Doobie Brothers, Santana celebrates the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, plus 20 years since the release of Supernatural.

Things to do

CatCon

icon-location-pin Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau, Pasadena
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The self-dubbed Comic-Con for cat people comes to the Pasadena Convention Center with speakers, meet and greets, furniture, art, toys and clothing—For humans? Felines? Hopefully both.

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Eat|See|Hear
Photograph: Courtesy Eat|See|Hear
Movies

Eat|See|Hear

icon-location-pin Multiple venues
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Eat|See|Hear travels to different locales throughout the city each Saturday during the summer, showing cult flicks on an inflatable screen taller than your average Malibu mansion.

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