Its Gonna Be A FUN Weekend!
Are you staying in town for this July 4th weekend? You are in luck because this is going to be one eventful and super exciting weekend. Make sure to make the most of it, be it cooking some amazing BBQ with friends & family, or out and about checking out local fireworks spectaculars in almost every city in LA and Orange County.
According to Time Out LA, you can start the day off with food trucks at First Fridays on Abbot Kinney. “The monthly Venice affair brings food trucks, open galleries and late-night shop hours,: explains Time Out. “Up the street in Santa Monica, catch a screening of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. (Legacy) The Aero Theatre rounds out its Sergio Leone series with this 50th anniversary screening of the classic Clint Eastwood western.” Garrison Keillor of widely popular A Prairie Home Companion will also be performing part of his farewell tour at the Hollywood Bowl
Start your day off with a cuteness over load and watch all sorts of Corgis “meet up” with other owners and network, sniff butts and have all sorts of doggie-dog fun at Rosie Beach in Long Beach during SoCal Corgi Beach Day. Don’t forget to take pics and doggie selfies for your Instagram. 🙂
Don’t be freaked out by the unique people walking the streets or think its LA man. The convention center will be holding its massive Anime Expo and all sorts of people will dress up in CosPlay costumes sure to daze and astound.
Saturday is also Beatles Day, if you will. Ringo Starr and his Band will be performing at The Greek Theater and The Grammy Museum will celebrating their opening weekend of Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles. According to Time Out LA, a collection of more than 400 pieces of Beatlemania memorabilia, recordings, videos and photos.
Its so nice out, seems like its the perfect season to catch an outdoor flick! Street Food Cinema screens Top Gun at Will Rogers State Historic Park and Eat|See|Hear (entire schedule) shows Coming to America at the Autry—both of which we guess are patriotic in their own ways. Lost Angeles Underground July Fourth Weekend Planner.
Angel City Brewery will be hosting ‘Merica Fest in the Arts District and they will be sure to serving patriotic conceptions to celebrate the Fourth. There will be plenty of bbq, popsicles and beer beer beer. Lost Angeles Underground July Fourth Weekend Planner.
The 626 Night Market will be hosted at Santa Anita Racetrack and it will consist of more than 150 Asian street food vendors all serving unique and deliciously delectable bites.
Wanna find a unique experience to dance the night away and party? Rhodesia ( hosted by A Club Called Rhonda)n will be hosting one of their infamous events that surely do not happen enough, but are always sure to be one the best nights out in LA, will be hosted at SkyBar and right next to their pool. So make sure to let go, be free and let your inner freak out! Lost Angeles Underground July Fourth Weekend Planner.
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MONDAY: JULY 4TH
I dont know about you but as someone that is not a local I love to go visit Huntington Beach Fourth of July to sea the sea of tents, early morning parade and mobs of people on the beach and all over town. It might be super crowded but it will be sure to also be uber exiting. Lost Angeles Underground July Fourth Weekend Planner.
According to Time Out LA, If you’re looking for some of the biggest fireworks imaginable, then Fourth of July Americafest at the Rose Bowl should fit the bill. For more of a buzz (sans booze) of activity, head into Grand Park for its Fourth of July Block Party; the fireworks are small and the crowds are big, but it’s one of the few Metro-accessible shows.