Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles

We’ve shared some of our favorite Things To Do for this first week in May!  Looking for more? Head to our Event Calendar in the link down below!


Tacology is a “mercado style dining.” Where people can choose from our various stations (Tacos, Ceviches y Tostadas , Desserts, Salads and juices) where we offer authentic and artistic Mexican Tacos from home-made corn tortillas, colorful Ceviches and delicious Salads.

Tacology has been recognized as “one of the best restaurants in Miami 2017 by Zagat” “Best Mexican Restaurant 2018 by Miami New Times” “Best Mexican Restaurants in Miami by Time Out” in which Chef Santiago Gomez takes tacos as an inspiration and transforms a traditional Mexican Taqueria in a Restaurant. Details 

Scottish Fair

Scotsfest is a Scottish festival of Celtic entertainment, food, and Highland games. The two-day event showcases the best of the Scottish and Celtic heritage with sounds of bagpipes and drums, the smells of authentic Scottish foods, and the sights of the traditional tartan kilts. Highlights of the festival include competitive Highland Dancing, Piping & Drumming, Scottish Heavy Athletics, and a full entertainment schedule. For the adults, there is an On-site Whisky Tasting.  Participants sample flights of whiskey and learn about the history of Scotch ($30-$50).

Advance tickets are sold online for a discounted price. Details

Les Miserables LA

Les Miserables is one of the longest-running musicals in the world, and its extreme popularity has kept the Broadway production in the spotlight for decades. Les Mis is the quintessential Broadway musical, and it will soon make its way to Los Angeles for a string of performances. Check out the action with Les Miserables tickets to upcoming shows in L.A.


Rooftop Cinema

Movie screenings are held outdoors on Fairbanks Lawn, an open grassy field inside Hollywood Forever Cemetery, under the stars.Bring blankets, pillows or low chairs that have a seat that rests on the ground with a low back. Tall Chairs are NOT allowed. There are no chairs allowed in the no chair zone in the center of the field. Allowable chair height in chair zones is from ground to seat is 6″ and from seat to top of chair 21″.Details



Final Friday’s

Final Fridays

Final Fridays return to the shaded oaks and immaculate grounds surrounding the Rose Bowl Stadium. Bring a blanket, ball, and the family to enjoy food and live music curated by Ninety3Impact in Pasadena’s premiere 5-star park – The Greens at the Rose Bowl. Additional activities to include foot golf, outdoor games, moon bounces, photo opportunities, and tours of the Rose Bowl Stadium. Details





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