Fourth Annual Gold Line Pub Crawl
L.A. Beer Week means it’s time to grab some friends, your metro pass, and enjoy the day drinking from some of L.A.’s best breweries in some of L.A.’s coolest beer spots along the Gold Line: Matt Denny’s Ale House RestaurantWolf & Crane, Melody Lounge, Footsies, ETA Highland ParkThe Greyhound Bar & GrillLucky Baldwin’s Pub, and Dog Haus. Saturday, 11 am

Angel City Brewery Launches Sunbather in a Can
On Saturday, celebrate the Sunbather Can Launch. Join in celebrating this new can release with music by their own brewer DJ Tyler & friends, poster giveaways featuring Sunbather-inspired art and guided brewhouse tours for a behind the scenes peek at how the beer was brewed. Free; Saturday, 4-6 pm; 216 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Festival
End LA Beer Week at the largest craft beer celebration in Long Beach on the Queen Mary. Enjoy hundreds of craft beers, the city’s food trucks and live music. $55; Sunday, 12 pm; 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802

BFE Fest Celebrates Independent, Craft Beer, particularly the “Perimeter” breweries of the LA Brewer’s Guild. Over 25 breweries will be on hand along with live music and food trucks to celebrate independent breweries and the great beer they make! Participating breweries include: Beachwood Brewing, Bravery Brewing, Brewyard Beer Co., Claremont Craft Ales, The Dudes’ Brewing Co., Eagle Rock Brewery, 818 Brewing, El Segundo Brewing, Hand-Brewed Beer, Kinetic Brewing, Ladyface Ale Companie, Lucky Luke Brewing, Local Craft Beer, MacLeod Ale Brewing Co., Mt. Lowe Brewing, Pocock Brewing Company, Sanctum Brewing, San Fernando Brewing, Scholb Premium Ales, Smog City Brewing, State Brewing, Transplants Brewing Company, Twisted Oak Tavern, Verdugo West Brewing, and Wolf Creek Brewery. $15 presale/$20 door (general admission), $40 presale/$45 door (VIP includes 1 hour early entry with special souvenier glass and unlimited pours); Friday, 6-10 pm; Wolf Creek Brewery, 25108 Rye Canyon Loop, Santa Clarita, CA 91355

The 17th annual Summer SOULstice will return to Main Street in Santa Monica in partnership with Heal The Bay. The event closes off Main Street’s eight blocks to traffic, with live bands and kids activities, as well as a Shock Top beer garden, sidewalk sales and exclusive dining offers on one of Santa Monica’s most popular streets. Sunday, 11 am-2 pm; Main St, Santa Monica, CA

Riviera Village Summer Festival 
The festival will feature over 300 exhibitors, high end arts & crafts booths, beer & wine garden, live entertainment throughout the day, an international food court, and carnival rides for the kids. Free; Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-7 pm; 1799 S Catalina Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

Art Beyond the Glass VIL.A.’s Bartenders Celebrate 6 Years of Cocktails, Community & A Great Cause!
Now celebrating its sixth year, Art Beyond the Glass VI will feature dozens of L.A.’s top bartenders making cocktails and showcasing their artistry, from painting to photography, live music and more, all while raising funds for the beloved storytelling nonprofit The Moth. The Moth is an award-winning nonprofit that celebrates the ability of stories to honor the diversity and commonality of human experience, and to satisfy a vital human need for connection. Hosted by whisky legend Martin Daraz, ABTG VI is taking place at Los Globos. Some of the bartenders and artists participating this year include: Aaron Polsky – Harvard & Stone, Adam Fournier – Faith & Flower, Alex Barbatsis – Esprit De Corps Hospitality, Alyson Iwamoto – Here’s Looking At You, Beau Du Bois – The Corner Door, Bethany Ham – Birds & Bees, Brittney Olsen – Hotel Figueroa, Chris Amirault – Otium, Christopher Day – Bar Tribute, Christina Russo – The Board Room, Chris Whelan – Hotel Figueroa, Dan McClary – Cannibal, Dan Sabo – Hotel Figueroa, Dee Ann Quinones – Commerson, Dustin Newsome – Bar Clacson, Slipper Clutch, Edwin Cruz – Winsome, Evan Charest – Patina Restaurant Group, Garrett McKechnie – Bar Mattachine, Greg Bryson – The Wallace, Jeremy Lake – Lost Property, Rosaline, Jodi Calderon – Normandie Club, John McGlothlin – Delilah, Kalani Ben – The Spare Room, Kim Stodel – Providence, Michael Lay – LONO, Peter Lloyd Jones – 1886, Ryan Wainwright – The Ponte, Sophia Oolie – The Freehand, Tobin Shea – Redbird, and Yael Vengroff – The Spare Room. Performances include Anna Knudson (Rosaline), Florence Hartigan (Big Bar), Garrett Hanson(Big Bar), Raul Pool (Spread), and Robbie Gregg (LONO), along with DJ sets by Dave Fernie (Honeycut) and Steve Livigni (Chestnut Club), Matt Wise (Roger Room),Paul Sanguinetti (Lustau), Dave Kupchinsky (Freehand) and Serena Herrick (Little Joy, LONO). $60/presale, $75; Sunday, 3-7:00 pm; Los Globos, 3040 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Brand new from the guys behind Coachella is Arroyo Seco Weekend. The line up includes Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Mumford & Sons, Weezer, The Shins, and more. The food lineup has Barrel & Ashes, Redbird, and Broken Spanish$125; Saturday & Sunday; Brookside at the Rose Bowl 1001 Rose Bowl Dr.Pasadena, CA 91103

Selena at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Celebrate the legacy of Selena at their twentieth-anniversary screening at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The story of a small girl from humble beginnings achieved genre-breaking super stardom. Selena’s story is inspiring, but tragic. Jennifer Lopez became a star in her role as Selena Quintanilla, and Edward James Olmos plays her father. $12-$16; Saturday, doors: 7:15 pm, movie: 9 pm; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Sing-A-Long Sound of Music at the Hollywood Bowl
The sing-along is back at the Hollywood Bowl. Dress as your favorite costume for pre-show festivities, and get ready to belt out The Sound of Music’s songs with host Melissa Peterman and other fans using the interactive fun-pack they give you. Saturday, pre-show 6:30 pm, movie: 8 pm; Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N. Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA; 323.850.2000

Grand Performances
Dubbed the “Best Free Outdoor Summer Concert Series” in Los Angeles, Grand Performances is in its 31st year and brings the DTLA community a range of music, theater and dance shows that offer a peek into new cultures. The 2017 Summer lineup features a variety of musicians, including Miguel Atwood-Ferguson on Saturday, Hip Hop: First Peoples, New Voices on July 1st and Mothership Landing: Funk and The Afrofuturist Universe of ’77 on July 29th. Angel City Brewery and Grand Performances will also present a special Ale Academy on the Road series on July 6th, July 20th and August 3rd at California Plaza, hosted by Angel City Brewery’s own Certified Cicerones®. These events will explore topics such as the history of beer, how to taste beer and how to successfully pair beer with food. RSVP at here. 300 & 350 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071

“Future Disruptors” Premieres at the Comedy Store
An array of young stars from hit Disney Channel and Nickelodeon shows, along with other young musical and dance artists, will be performing a concert at The Comedy Store. The original showcase of rising talent is the start of a movement designed to inspire parents, help children find their creative voice, and combat the under-funding of the Arts in schools. This inaugural event, “Future Disruptors,” is a fundraiser for the Ovation Music Fund. Sunday, 1:30-4 pm; The Comedy Store, 8433 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood CA 90069

Dwell on Design
This modern design event offers exhibitions, learning opportunities, cutting-edge technologies, 30 onstage programs, over 60 speakers and 2,000+ innovative modern furnishings and products. Friday is a designated trade day. Home tours of “Dwell-like” domestic spaces is on Saturday (Santa Monica/Culver City/Venice) and Sunday (Eastside/Hills) spotlight livable, innovative modern architecture and design found throughout Los Angeles. Friday, 10 am-6 pm, Saturday, 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 10 am-4 pm; South Hall, Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA; 800.451.1196

Carnival Culture Village
Following the Hollywood Carnival Parade, all masqueraders, participants and onlookers will make their way into the Carnival Culture Village, which is a huge entertaining outdoor event for the Hollywood Carnival Weekend Experience. It is filled with a wide range of world cuisines, arts and crafts, and some of the top headlining acts in the industry. Some of this year’s acts includes the King of Soca, Machel Montano, Linky First, Kreesha Turner, Tanya Carter, Quinto Sol and many more. $10; Saturday, 12-10 pm; 6800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

2424 Grand Reopening
Celebrate the grand re-opening of 2424 Santa Monica on June 24! Formerly Fork in the Road, but with a new chef John Carlos, the new menu and great cocktails will officially open on Saturday. 2424 will offer $2 Beignets all day on Saturday and Sunday. 2424 Main St, Santa Monica, CA

The Hideout Opens
STK Los Angeles in W Los Angeles – West Beverly Hills, is opening its poolside restaurant, bar and lounge – “The Hideout.” The new concept brings a newly designed restaurant, bar and patio space adjacent to the resort’s pool and WET Deck. The Hideout has shareable plates inspired by the best of Southern California produce with menu highlights including Dijon Grilled Sonoma Lamb Loin with cippolini, Roquefort butter, grilled grapes, and warm arugula; Tea Smoked Free Range Duck with cauliflower, archiote rub, and crispy garlic; California White Seabass with saffron quinoa, chorizo, potatoes, and pickled radish; and desserts like Strawberries N’ Cream featuring a shortbread cookie, white chocolate cremeux and strawberry sherbet, and Coconut Cream with fresh mango compote, passion fruit foam and macaron for dessert. The menu is complemented by a creative selection of seasonal cocktails made with fresh herbs and fresh-pressed juices, classic cocktail twists, frozen concoctions, and mocktails. There’s also a wine list focused on summery white and rosé options from across the globe. 930 Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024; 310.443.8218

Get a sneak peek at the forthcoming Jane Q menu from Chef de Cuisine Jason T. Hall. The vibrant all-day café in Beachwood Canyon is slated to open in July, serving LAMILL specialty drip and espresso coffee, along with house-made pastries and wide range of savory, hearth-fired dishes. Hall will present a first look at Jane Q menu items such as Grits & Eggs with soft poached eggs, heirloom grits, Tennessee country ham, and a sauce made from ham renderings, whiskey, black coffee, cream and figs, and Warm Muffaletta with focaccia layered with mortadella, prosciutto, salami and provolone, finished with an olive and pickled vegetable spread and toasted on the panini press. Jane Q will also take over LAMILL’s pastry case, offering select grab-and-go items such as Duck Confit Monkey Bread with taleggio cheese and wild mushroom and fromage filling,Avocado Parfait with avocado mousse layered with Strauss Greek yogurt, compressed cucumber, dill pollen, radish and chive oil served with crispy focaccia ends, Cherry Crostada, Coconut Bread, Brioche Beignets and much more. Saturday, 8 am-2 pm; 1636 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Esters Wine Shop & Bar‘s Sunday Tastings
Join in Krystal Chang’s Floral Workshop and celebrate Midsummer with an afternoon of flower circles, tarot divinations, and libations. Los Angeles florist Krystal Chang will lead a workshop for to create flower crowns, wreaths for hanging, and centerpieces for the table – using seasonal, locally-sourced blooms. In addition, The Oracle of Los Angeles’ Amanda Yates Garcia will be performing private tarot divinations for each participant.  On Sunday, join in Sunday Tasting: Rosé, Rosé, Rosé by tasting through five pink wines that are perfect for summer afternoons by the pool, picnics, or BBQing with friends, along with cheese and crackers. $115 (include flowers, materials, tools, and botanical cocktail punch)/Saturday, 1-3 pm; $25/Sunday, 3-6 pm; 1314 7th St, Santa Monica, CA 90405

Providence Anniversary Tasting Menu
The Los Angeles seafood restaurant celebrates 12 years with a special dining experience. Chef-owner Michael Cimarusti created a four-course menu that may include Uni Egg, sea urchin hiding beneath soft scrambled eggs; wild king salmon with miso mustard, apricot and pork belly; and live scallop with salted butter and black truffle. $95; Through June 30th; 5955 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA; 323.460.4170

Tavern’s Annual Low Country Boil
Suzanne Goin’s bringing the Low Country Boil back for one night only. Feast on a Southern potluck board including pimento cheese, Benton’s country ham, confit chicken rillettes, pickled okra, chow-chow, potato salad & triscuits, along with a radish and corn salad, Carolina seafood boil of gulf shrimp, crawfish, andouille sausage, potatoes, and cornmeal peach cobbler buttermilk ice cream. $65; Sunday; 11648 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 310 806 6464

The MAXIM Hot 100 Party produced by Karma International
In celebration of MAXIM’s release of its annual Hot 100 Issue, head to The Hollywood Palladium. The event will be hosted by Hailey Baldwin and has an outstanding talent lineup, featuring a set by DJ Khaled and a special performance to be announced. The event will feature fashion vignettes, interactive brand activations, premium spirits and mixology, and chart topping talent. Tickets here (Access Code: KK1234); Saturday, 8 pm-2 am; The Hollywood Palladium, 6215 Sunset Blvd. LA CA 90028




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