Los Angeles

Weekend roundup

January 26-29


Bob Marley Love

Starts Jan. 27. After successful runs in London and Toronto, the Bob Marley ‘One Love Experience’ debuts in LA this weekend at the Ovation in Hollywood. The multi-room exhibition opens up the world of Bob Marley featuring exclusive artworks, never-before-seen photos, memorabilia, an immersive “One Love Cannabis Forest” and more. Starts Friday, times vary per reservation. 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood. Get Tickets Now

Uncorked Wine Festival

Jan. 28. The fest returns to Union Station with even more varieties to sample. Try over 150 90+ point wine selections from across the globe while enjoying gourmet food trucks, live music, custom photo booths and more. Saturday, general admission from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m, while VIP gets an extra hour of tasting starting at 5 p.m. 800 N Alameda St., Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Golden Dragon Parade & Chinese New Year Festival

Jan. 28. Experience one of L.A.’s oldest traditions at the 124th annual Chinese New Year parade and festival. It may be the Year of the Rabbit, but the main highlight of the festival is the annual Golden Dragon Parade. Enjoy performances from the Immortal Lion Dance Team, music groups, participation of city officials and more. Free to the public, and limited grandstand VIP seating can be purchased on site. Saturday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. North Hill Street and Ord Street, Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Food + Drinks

Trejo’s Tacos x Hell’s Kitchen Takeover

Jan. 26. Celebrate as Danny Trejo teams up with Hell’s Kitchen’s Chef Dafne Mejia to bring you her taco challenge winning “HELLrizo” taco with chorizo and al pastor sauce topped with grilled pineapple and a slice of avocado on a green corn tortilla. Only available at the Hollywood location. Thursday at 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. 1556 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles. For more info Click Here

Negroni 3rd Street’s New Brunch Menu

Now Open. Negroni 3rd Street, has launched a new weekend brunch service highlighting a signature collection of breakfast favorites such as truffle eggs, tofu scramble, and French toast. For those looking to imbibe while they dine, Negroni will also be offering aperol spritzes, the Nikkei bloody mary, and $25 bottomless mimosas for 90 minutes. Available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 8022 W 3rd St., Los Angeles. Make Reservations Here

Dine and Throw Axes with Mo

Open. Koreatown’s Mo’s House of Axe is a fun zone destination that combines axe throwing with great food and drinks. The new menu features dishes such as skillet cornbread, duck confit, fried chicken sando and skillet steak. Reserve a 75 minute session and learn how to wield an axe with an axe coach. Open daily. 611 S Western Ave, Los Angeles. moshouseofaxe.com

Arts + Culture

Gabe Mollica off-Broadway

Jan. 27-28. Comedian and storyteller Gabe Mollica brings his critically acclaimed off-Broadway show ‘Solo’ to The Yard Theater in Los Angeles. Enjoy while he attempts to explain and analyze a series of life stories based on young love, 30 year old friendships, heartbreak, and Taco Bell. Friday at 9:30 p.m and Saturday at 7 p.m. The Yard Theater 4319 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Stand Up for Pups

Opens Jan. 22. Bring your furry friend to a dog-friendly comedy show at the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace showcasing sets from Ian Edwards, Dana Moon, Callahan Welsh, Darran Davis and Justin Klose. The host of the show is Caitlin Benson with support from DJ VFRESH. Tickets include two drinks, and a portion benefits the PetSpace Extraordinary Care Fund. Friday, 7 p.m. 12005 Bluff Creek Dr., Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Beastie Boys Exhibit – Last Chance

Ends Jan. 29. This weekend is the last opportunity to visit the world’s most comprehensive survey of iconic NYC music trio, the Beastie Boys. The exhibition offers a storied dive into the group’s near forty-year history told through personal items, artifacts and ephemera—much of which has never been seen by the public until now. Thursday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. 434 N La Brea Ave. Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Photo credit: Beastie Boys Photo, Ari Marcopoulos. Negroni 3rd Street, Jakob N. Layman. All images are courtesy of the businesses and venues.

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