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What We’d Do This Weekend – 7/20-7/22

What We’d Do This Weekend – 7/20-7/22

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Movie: The Dark Night Rises at Century City AMC
If those artsy billboards all over LA that look like Batman flew right through them didn’t get you, Nolan, Bale, and Tom Hardy combined with Wally Pfister’s stunning visual interpretation should. Century City is one of our favorite theaters in the area, and it’s also a theater that still has seats to the hottest ticket in town (though you should most definitely buy them right after you read this).
Reserve your individual seat at AMC Century City 15 to avoid waiting in lines.
10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, 90067

Music:The Peach Kings at El Cid
The Peach Kings, hailed by the KCRW music blog as having the “tart, rootsy twang that’s made stars of The Black Keys but simultaneously has a soft, warm downtempo beat reminiscent of Quadron” will be premiering their new music video “Fisherman” at El Cid and playing a set at 10:30 pm.
Doors are at 9 pm, cover is $10.
4212 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90029

Other: Fusion Fridays at the Pacific Asia Museum
If you’ve never been, it might be a great time to check out this museum during night hours and bust out your Bollywood moves during Fusion Fridays with a live Bollywood themed DJ night, cocktails, food trucks, and demos of Chinese intruments. Event starts at 7:30.
Tickets are $15.
46 N Los Robles Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101


Movie: Tommy Boy at Eat, See, Hear
See it again, this time with some awesome food truck food (Truck Norris, Philly Please Cheese Steaks, etc) and an incredible set by Nightmare and the Cat at 7 pm before the screening begins. Doors at 5:30, music at 7,  movie at 8:30.
Tickets are $10.
11430 Chandler Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601

Music: Bloomfest in the Downtown Arts District
Get out and support the Downtown Arts District this weekend with Bloomfest, an explosion of culture that brings together music, art, and community. We could tell you many awesome things like it features live music by Superhumanoids and it’s one hundred percent FREE, but you should really just look at their guide here for all of the perks.
800 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, 90013

Other: The LA Street Food Fest at Pasadena Rose Bowl
100 vendors will grace the Pasadena Rosebowl with delicious eats this weekend at the LA Street Food Fest, featuring an ice cream social, beer garden, and more. Live music, photo booth, and blanket picnic area.
A $45 ticket will get you food, booze, and more!
1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, 91103


Movie: Mantrap at Paramount Ranch
If you’ve never checked out this old movie set ghost town in Agoura Hills, it might be worth it to drive up and see their Sunday Night silent film screening of Victor Fleming’s Mantrap. Tickets are $6, and movie starts at 8 pm.
More info here.
Paramount Ranch Rd & Cornell Rd, Agoura Hills, 91301

Music: Los Feliz Street Fair in Downtown Los Feliz
Get to know your neighbors at a Sunday street fair in Los Feliz featuring tons of local bands that’s totally and completely FREE! Starts at 11 am, ends at 10 pm. You can get the full line-up here.
On Hollywood Blvd. between Vermont and Hillhurst

Other: Summer Soda Pop Tasting at Galco’s
Galco’s debuts new sodas and highlights their unusual favorites at their 2nd Annual Soda Pop Tasting benefitting the Friends of Southwest Musuem with flavors like Sweet Blossom Elderflower Soda, Mr. Q Cucumber, and Non-soda Volcanic Mineral Refresher. The tasting features live entertainment, and the store will be open to purchase soda, candy, wine, and beer to take home. Soda tasting begins at 5 pm and goes until 8 pm. Tickets are $12 if you buy them in advance, or $15 at the door.
5702 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042

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