Summertime Rolls: Gearing Up For Fun in the Sun
The summer solstice (June 21st) brings the longest days of summer. Time to break out your sun-block and throw your favorite sneakers, bathing suit and beach towel in the back of your 1994 Toyota Corolla. When summertime comes to LA, the amount of things to do outside is at an all time high, along with everyone’s spirits. Beach volleyball, impromptu barbeques, and string bikinis are some of the few perks of being in sunny, southern California. Take advantage of all the outdoor upcoming events in Los Angeles while you can, including outdoor concerts and movie screenings.
Upcoming Events in Los Angeles Worth Noting
Some of my favorite summer month pastimes include catching a movie at The Hollywood Forever Cemetery, checking out one of the free concerts held every Thursday night on the Santa Monica Pier, and making it to Abbott Kinney for the annual street fair. I also love hitting Olvera Street for their outdoor market and amazing Mexican food (just off of Sunset Blvd and not far from Union Station). If you’re coming from outside of LA by train, Olvera Street can make the perfect day trip. With so many awesome activities going on in LA, it’s hard to find enough free time to do it all.
Where LA’s Weekend Roundup Captures the City’s Hottest Happenings
For updated happenings in LA, check out Where LA’s Weekend Roundup, a continuously updated listing of the hottest happenings in the area. Knowing what’s happening every weekend in LA is some of the most valuable tourist info you can get. There’s always something new going on, so there’s no excuse for being stuck on your couch or in your hotel room. The beauty of LA is its happening scenes. You’ll find concerts, beer festivals, museum openings, and plenty of places to eat. We’ll tell you the cost, what to expect, and usually provide a link to the event’s website so you can get the low down. Some events are even free. Get a taste for the neighborhoods and communities of Los Angeles with listing that keeps it local even in a city as big as LA.