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June 2017 events calendar for Los Angeles

Plan your month with our June 2017 events calendar of the best activities, including free things to do, festivals and our favorite concerts

Photograph: Eleonor Segura
Los Angeles Pride Parade 2014

Looking for things to do in LA? 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.  

RECOMMENDED: Full events calendar for 2016 and 2017

L.A. Beer Week

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It's baaaack. L.A Beer Week returns with their annual kickoff party, taking place at Los Angeles Center Studios with live music, educational panels, a VIP tent pouring specialty beers, games, a photobooth, and more food and beer selections. Over 80 breweries will be in attendance, and you can expect to see a lot of your local favorites. And you can totally steal your glass because, uh, it comes with your admission ticket. Beer-guzzling Angelenos will have plenty of chances to chug throughout the week at events such as beer brunches, special releases and more. Keep an eye out for an exhaustive list of all beer week events on the official website. 

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Various locations in L.A. Until Sunday June 25 2017
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Last Remaining Seats

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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. This year's lineup includes vintage crowd-pleasers like On the Waterfront and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea alongside some modern classics like JawsE.T. and L.A. Confidential. Most screenings include a special introduction and a post-film Q&A. Members of the conservancy can snag discounted tickets early; peep the schedule for showtime and location deats.

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Orpheum Theatre , Downtown Historic Core Saturday June 24 2017

Sing-A-Long Sound of Music

Watch the nuns-and-Nazis musical and yodel along to the subtitles at the Hollywood Bowl's song-along celebration of the Julie Andrews classic. Lederhosen and wimples are optional, but they will get you in the mood for the Technicolor film, as will the choral warm-up before the screening and the goodie bag that's included in the evening's ticket price.

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Hollywood Bowl , Hollywood Saturday June 24 2017
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Dwell on Design

Modern design enthusiasts, prepare to foam at the mouth. America's largest design event, which attracted more than 30,000 attendees last year, returns to the LACC for a three-day convention this June. Mammoth in both physical size and ideas to absorb, the event features hundreds of booths, tours, lectures, meet-and-greets, presentations and consultations, each showcasing the year's most innovative design ideas, products and services. A roster of world-class orators are slated to give talks, exhibitions and home tours.

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Los Angeles Convention Center , Downtown Until Sunday June 25 2017

Studio Ghibli Pop-Up Shop

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Fans of Japanese film director, animator, artist and all-around genius Hayao Miyazaki will have reason to celebrate as the famed Studio Ghibli opens an official pop-up shop at JapanLA. This will be the first event ever of its kind in the U.S., with limited edition goodies like a JapanLA x My Neighbor Totoro Jacket. Swing by the opening party on Saturday, June 24 from 11am-5pm, with a free Totoro photo booth from noon to 4pm and an exclusive pin with a $30 purchase.

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JapanLA , Melrose Saturday June 24 2017 - Monday July 24 2017
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Seu Jorge

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You might be more familiar with this Brazilian’s dramatic performance in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, singing recognizable David Bowie melodies, or his role as Knockout Ned in City of God. But it’s his haunting tone—inspired by soulful legends like Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson—combined with elegant Portuguese over acoustic tunes that keep fans engaged. It’s hard to believe the Sao Paulo based singer/songwriter (and father of two) didn’t pick up a guitar until he was 20. His acting career may have brought him stardom, but for Jorge—“the renewer of pop samba”—music comes first.

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Hollywood Bowl , Hollywood Sunday June 25 2017

Arroyo Seco Weekend

The inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend will set up three stages on the Brookside grounds, the Rose Bowl-adjacent golf course, with headlining sets from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Mumford & Sons top. The rest of the lineup mostly folk and soul-filled lineup includes the likes of Alabama Shakes, Dawes, Weezer, Broken Social Scene, the Shins, Charles Bradley and Andrew Bird. While the musical lineup may seem a little mild, the food selection is astounding: Arroyo Seco Weekend is set to bring a mix of casual favorites like Sweetfin Poke, Sumo Dog, Locol, Dog Haus and Nomad's roving chicken burgers alongside some of our favorite fine-dining destinations like République, Broken Spanish, Redbird and Union.

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Rose Bowl Stadium , Pasadena Saturday June 24 2017 - Sunday June 25 2017
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Climate Day LA

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Climate Day LA, a three-part program of positive climate action, arrives at the Theatre at Ace Hotel on June 27, with a slew of keynote speakers and performances from the likes of Moby, Neon Indian and Weyes Blood.  The afternoon starts with a climate-centric conference that features discussions from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, NextGen Climate founder Tom Steyer, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, UCLA), former Heal the Bay president Dr. Mark Gold, KCRW producer Avishay Artsy and more. If you're willing to splurge a little bit, the event moves into Ace Hotel's Segovia Hall for a cocktail reception with a DJ set from Moby—we'll keep our fingers crossed for a guest spot from Garcetti on the keys—in support of the emission-reducing Path to Positive Los Angeles initiative. Back in the theater, the event wraps up with performances from one-man electronic band Neon Indian, melancholy singer-songwriter Weyes Blood and more special guests to-be-announced.

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The Theatre at Ace Hotel , Downtown Historic Core Tuesday June 27 2017
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