Los Angeles

Weekend roundup

June 1-4


WeHo Pride Weekend

June 2-4. West Hollywood hosts its lively Pride celebration showcasing the music fest OUTLOUD, an all-weekend extravaganza featuring artists such as Grace Jones, Carly Rae Jepsen, Orville Peck and Princess Nokia, including a complimentary music evening on Friday starring Idina Menzel, and Tinashe and others. Beyond the music, the weekend will also be buzzing with activities such as the WeHo Pride Street Fair along Santa Monica Boulevard, a Women’s Freedom Festival, and the festive WeHo Pride Parade that sets off at noon from Santa Monica Boulevard and North Crescent Heights Boulevard. Times vary. 647 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood. wehopride.com


June 3-4. The large wine festival returns to Harry Bridges Memorial Park with a global array of wines, brews, and spirits alongside a variety of food trucks, live music, unlimited drink tastings and artisan pop-up boutiques. Proceeds support the LA Boys & Girls Club. Attendees are strongly encouraged to use ride-sharing or public transport. Saturday, 2–6 p.m. Sunday, 1–5 p.m. 1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach. Get Tickets Now


June 2. POPSUGAR Play/Ground returns to ROW DTLA, with a diverse array of activities, from high-energy workouts with star trainers like Peloton’s Cody Rigsby, relaxing therapies in the Zen Zone spa and a pop-up beauty bar. The event culminates with a performance and conversation with musical guest Chlöe Bennet. Friday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 777 S Alameda St., Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Poolside Cinema in SaMo

Now Open. Fairmont Miramar’s summer weekend sunset screenings feature a mix of Disney and recent animated films poolside along with offerings from FIG Restaurant. Seating is complimentary for hotel guests, visitors can reserve a spot for $45, inclusive of a food or cocktail special. Times vary per showing. 101 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica. fairmont-miramar.com

Food + Drinks

Food Meets Art at Lemon Grove

Now Open. Lemon Grove, a rooftop bar and restaurant atop The Aster’s private club in Hollywood, features California cuisine in a garden setting. Famed for music-filled brunches, romantic nights, and unique food experiences, it recently launched “Food As Art,” collaborating with chefs from the esteemed World’s 50 Best list, giving guests an elevated culinary experience Times vary. 1717 Vine Street, Los Angeles. Reserve Now

ZEF BBQ x Benny Boy Brewing

June 3. Famed Netflix’s “Barbecue Showdown” chef Logan Sandoval presents his blazing hot beef cheek ramen at Benny Boy Brewing. Savor a 16-hour red oak smoked brisket taco alongside ramen with Sun noodles in a rich 36-hour beef broth. Coinciding with World Cider Day, you’ll see the relaunch of Benny Boy’s fruity Water Yer Melon cider, a blend of Newtown pippin apples and watermelon. Saturday, 5-11 p.m. 1821 Daly St., Los Angeles. Get Tickets Now

Summer Rooftop Celebration

Now Open. Cabra, a rooftop bar with a Peruvian twist, launches its summer series on their Sunset Deck with a unique menu of large-format drinks, and an array of beers, wines, and snacks. Adding to the ambiance, rotating DJs, including Muzette and Xica Soul, will entertain guests throughout the evening. Every Thursday, 5-10 p.m. 1060 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. cabralosangeles.com

Arts + Culture

Jam at The Academy

June 2. To welcome the summer, the Academy Museum hosts a Summer Jam party at The Walt Disney Company Piazza. This free event open to the public features art activities, photo ops and music with food and drinks available for purchase from Fanny’s. Explore the museum’s galleries for free on a first-come, first-served basis due to limited capacity. Friday, 2 p.m.-8 p.m. 6067 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. academymuseum.org

LA: In Dialogue

Starts June 3. The Getty Museum collaborates with the Black Image Center, Inner-City Arts, LA Commons, and Venice Arts and to present photography from multi-generational artists influenced by the current Dawoud Bey and Carrie Mae Weems exhibition. Saturday, 4-7 p.m. 5351 W Adams Blvd., Los Angeles. getty.edu

Golden Bench at The Americana

Now Open. Following the successful Co-Creation event, Italian luxury sneaker brand Golden Goose presents its “Golden Bench,” a global art installation for a limited period. The Bench is wrought iron with a gold finish and encourages visitors to interact, create art, and share memories. This roaming masterpiece has graced cities like Milan, Rome, Istanbul, NYC, Seoul, Shanghai, and Chengdu, embodying the brand’s passion for travel and connection. Times vary. 889 Americana Way, Glendale. americanaatbrand.com

Art is for Everybody

Now Open. The Broad hosts “Keith Haring: Art is for Everybody,” an exhibition of Haring’s pop art, featuring his iconic designs. Showcasing over 120 works that explore Haring’s artistic practice and activism, notably his role in nuclear disarmament, anti-Apartheid movements, and addressing the HIV/AIDS crisis. $22 on regular time. Free on Thursdays, 5–8 p.m. 221 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. thebroad.org

Photo credit: Pride Festival by WeHO Pride. Art piece by Keith Haring. Golden Bench by Golden Goose. All other images are courtesy of the businesses and venues.

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