This week offers a bit of something for everyone, including some LA firsts. Attend a poetry reading at the first LA Lit Crawl, sip some local craft beers at the first Flight Night focused exclusively on brewskies, or chow down at a Srirachi themed festival, the first of its kind. For the rest of the week, take in a game, welcome the return of an Argentinean favorite, or get your country groove on under the stars one last time at the Hollywood Bowl.
Kings vs. Calgary Flames
1111 S Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Watch the action as the Kings take on the hot Calgary Flames in this Monday night matchup. The first “Military Monday” game of the season, the Kings will honor active and retired military during the game, as well as offering discount tickets per military ID.
LA Times Flight Night
2141 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026
The LA Times’ Flight Night, made famous for their bi-monthly wine tasting events, is featuring their very first beer focused evening. Mingle with beer loving friends at Mohawk Bend on Sunset while you sample some of the best craft brews in Los Angeles.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
The first annual Lit Crawl LA:NoHo debuts in the North Hollywood Arts District Wednesday evening. The free event will feature an evening full of some of LA’s best writings across numerous genres, read aloud at a 12 different restaurants, bars, and other fun venues. Tickets to the fabulous SPEAK-EASY after party are just $15 and includes free drinks, food, literary fun, prizes, and activities.
6233 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Running now through November 10th, don’t miss the Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber classic Tony Award-Winning musical, Evita! The story of Eva Perón’s rise from poverty to prestige as she became the First Lady of Argentina is inspirational, tragic, and moving for every generation.
Zac Brown Band
2301 N Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Wrapping the 2013 Hollywood Bowl Season, the Zac Brown Band will be performing two shows (Friday and Saturday nights) in the beautiful outdoor arena. Regular friends of the band, musical guest Dugas will perform the same evening.
Day of the Dead/ Dia de los Muertos
845 North Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Head to Olvera Street to take part in the annual Dia de los Muertos celebration running through November 3rd. Enjoy free children’s workshops, numerous merchants, face painting, street theater, dancers, and strolling mariachi bands. The candlelit Novenario procession takes place nightly at 7pm. Free pan de muerto and champurrado are offered at the conclusion of each evening. Enjoy a special exhibit at the Pico House Gallery featuring contemporary and cross cultural expressions of the Day of the Dead.
The 1st Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival
613 Imperial St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Love Sriracha? This world-famous hot sauce is the feature player in LA’s first ever Sriracha festival which will include the iconic ingredient as the key player in tacos, soups, desserts, and other fabulous spicy food created by some of LA’s best chefs and restaurants. The all-inclusive event allows ticket holders the freedom to sample as much food and drink (local craft beers and cocktails included!) as they can handle.
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