The L.A. Times put together a great list of 100 things to do this summer. Below is a selection:
The Los Angeles Film Festival – June 14 – 24
The Festival opens with Woody Allen’s new movie “To Rome With Love” and includes discussions with creators of popular TV series.
Roger Medearis at the Huntington Library – June 16 – September 17
Painter Roger Medearis’ sculptures, landscape and life paintings.
Fathers’ Day Post Game Catch at Dodger Stadium – June 17th
The program will benefit the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Nominate your Dad to be the MLB MVP.
Dwell on Design at the L.A. Convention Center – June 22-24
Dwell Magazine will showcase the best in modern design.
Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles Fade to Blue – June 23 and 24
Lee Ann Rimes will join the Chorus at the Saban Theater to perform their first country show.
Glen Campbell’s Goodbye Tour at The Hollywood Bowl – June 24
Special guests will join Country legend, Glen Campbell, for his final tour.
Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival – June 28 – September 2
This year the Independent Shakespeare Company will perform “The Winter’s Tale”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and “The Comedy of Errors.”
Mr. & Mrs. Muscle Beach – July 4
Watch a competition between men and women who work their bodies, at the famous Muscle Beach in Venice.
Pageant of the Masters – July 7 – August 31
This is a drive, but if you haven’t been, definitely a must-see. Participants depict famous paintings. You almost feel like you are looking at the real thing.
The Santa Monica Pier Twilight Concert Series – July 7 – September 8
This is the 28th in the series of music on the pier. You can listen, dance, wherever the mood takes you.
CitySolve Urban Race Los Angeles Ultimate Urban Adventure Race – July 21
Participate in your own “Amazing Race”, a scavenger hunt solving clues and exploring Los Angeles at the same time.
Nike 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament – August 4 – 5
Grab two friends and enter the tournament near the Staples Center.
Tchaikovsky and Fireworks and the Hollywood Bowl – September 7 and 8
An annual tradition under the stars.
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