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Check Out What You Can Do This Weekend In Los Angeles!

It's going to be another hot but beautiful weekend and if you don't have plans, we got you covered with some suggestions! Check out somethings you can do this weekend below:

  • Prime Video's FYC Fest (Aug 12-14): free event going down from Sherman Oaks to Santa Monica to WeHo where guests can enjoy outdoor activations, food trucks, live DJ, and of course some photo ops!
  • Rams vs Chargers (Aug 13): FOOTBALL IS BACK! 🏈 Preseason kicks off with the two LA teams facing off at SoFi Stadium; kick off starts at 7pm.
  • 2022 Natsumatsuri Family Festival: located at the Japanese American National Museum that features free cultural performances, crafts and activities for the family.
  • Custom Sneaker Class (Aug 11-13): take a class from Majorwavez Lab to customize your own pair of shoes (bring your own pair or buy a pair in class).
  • Daddy Yankee (Aug 13): catch the King of Reggaeton before he retires at the Kia Forum.
  • ZOA Venice Beach Pop-Up (Aug 13): free pop-up beach activation going down at Venice Beach from 2pm-6pm.
  • Stretch & Sip Yoga (Aug 13): taught by SoulPlay Yoga at the Hilton Los Angeles Culver City on the Ballroom Terrace every Saturday at 9am.
  • A Faery Hunt Adventure in Sherwood Forest (Aug 13): interactive, immersive performances that inspire imagination and fun.
  • Free Shakespeare in the park (Aug 13-14): production of "As BOO Like it" (Halloween inspo from Shakespeare's 'As You Like It') at the Culver City Media Park starting at 11am.
  • Silverlake Jewish Summer Festival (Aug 14): food trucks, crafts, live band, and activities for the kids at at the Sunset Triangle Plaza
  • Golden Girls Brunch: if you are a fan of the show, check out the immersive experience at the new "Golden Girls" themed restaurant in Beverly Hills.
  • Paranormal Cirque II: the R-Rated horror-themed circus is not for the faint of hear and of course is not suitable for kids.

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