Top Summer Events in LA July 18th-July 24th

We have officially hit the halfway mark of summer and Los Angeles has a list of events happening week after week. If you feel like you’ve missed out on top summer events, fear no less. Gear up, rock those new sunglasses and get ready for more summer fun, here is a list of the top ten events in Los Angeles from July 18th to July 24th. 

Monet: The Immersive Experience || Thursday and Sunday: 10am – 5pm || Friday and Saturday: 10am – 7:30pm

“Explore the artist’s most compelling works in a 360-degree display, and immerse yourself within the 20,000 sq. ft. light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections.”

Rooftop Cinema Club || 8:30pm – 11:30pm daily

“We believe that all experiences should be memorable, which is why we are on a mission to transform nights at the movies to cinematic events like no other. You bring your friends and loved ones, and we’ll bring you city skylines, sunsets, starlit evenings, awesome drinks, delicious food, and great movies on the big screen. Driven by our love of film, our Rooftops promise a handpicked curation of cults, classics, and new releases. We stand for social cinema because we believe it’s the future. Join our movement.”

Outfest Under the Stars || 8pm Thursday July 21st

“Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival has been empowering Queer storytellers and artists since 1982. Enjoy a quintessential LA experience with three nights of films and programs under the stars at The Ford. Pack a picnic and bring a friend to Outfest Under the Stars, where you will meet Hollywood icons of past and present, laugh with hundreds of fellow LGBTQ+ and ally attendees, and be entertained by unforgettable live performances.”

Elysian Valley Los Angeles River Kayak Tours || 11am – 1pm  & 2pm – 4pm daily 

“Enjoy splashy rapids in this lush two-mile section of the Elysian Valley (aka, the “Glendale Narrows”). Learn more about future plans for the area. Nature and the city combine to make this a one-of-a-kind experience.”

Afro Soca Love : Los Angeles Black Owned Marketplace + Afterparty || 11am – July 24 2am  July 23

“Circulate Our Dollars With Black Owned Businesses While Celebrating Community!

Meet us at the Afro Soca Love: Marketplace and music show! Grab your early bird passes now ! Children 16 and under attend for FREE! We’re coming back with more small businesses, food, good energy and music. Invite and bring the WHOLE FAMILY out!”

Moonlight Movies on the Beach || All movies start at sunset 8pm-8:30pm daily

“Soak in the Sunny California weather while enjoying good food from our local food trucks. Bring a date; bring the family & friends.”

Bridgerton Afternoon Tea || 1pm – 2:30pm & 4pm – 5:30pm daily

Bridgerton Afternoon Tea is an afternoon tea party based on the iconic Netflix series Bridgerton. Savour a selection of tantalising treats as you immerse yourself in the Regency era!”

Over Easy Brunch at Precinct || 11:30am July 24th

“Andy Santiago Presents: Over Easy Drag Brunch at Precinct! Featuring a rotating cast and exceptional guest hosts. We are thrilled to bring you all of your favorite brunch entertainment–with a downtown groove. The doors open at 11:30 am; seating and table choice are first-come, first-seated. Showtime is at 1 pm; please be seated and your order in by 12:45.”

LA Fashion Week Boot Camp || 1pm – 2pm July 24

“The Model Mafia platform creates numerous opportunities for content. Not only for models, brands, and glam squads but for fashion lovers, editors, retailers, bloggers and celebrities who capitalize and expand by networking, social media and online branding.”

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