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November 2022 events calendar for Los Angeles

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

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There are plenty of things to do in our November events calendar before you need to start thawing that turkey—or, you know, just tapping a button to secure your fully-cooked dinner order. Balance the upcoming holidays with equal parts generosity (try one of these volunteer opportunities) and gluttony (gorge on the best pies in Los Angeles). So bundle up for an early peek at Christmas lights or some festive screenings and take advantage of all there is to do in our November 2022 events calendar.

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This November’s best events

  • Art
  • Film and video
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  • Little Tokyo

A formidable storyteller who employs lo-fi filmmaking to call out systemic racism and America’s social problems, Garrett Bradley became the first Black woman to win Sundance’s directing award for her incarceration documentary Time. For her first solo museum exhibition, a selection of recent single and multi-channel films and videos will be on display at the Geffen, including America, a visual archive of early African American cinema.

  • Music
  • Pop
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  • Echo Park

With the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, Sir Elton is saying a final goodbye to the touring life. That’s right—barring a change of heart, this is probably your final chance to catch the rollicking songman live, as he takes the audience on a massive visual journey spanning his entire 50-year career. Swoon along to “Tiny Dancer,” make juvenile hand gestures to “Crocodile Rock” and smile meaningfully at your folks during “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” one last time as the Rocketman takes off for retirement among the stars.  

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  • Art
  • Painting
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  • Little Tokyo

The Chicana muralist and Great Wall of Los Angeles artist brings her collaborative mural to the Geffen. A two-and-a-half-decade-long project, The World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear features nine 10-by-30-foot panels that Baca worked on with collaborators as the toured the globe, displayed here in a cathedral-like installation.

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