Hey, we get it – Los Angeles is a big city. Not only are there endless opportunities for coffee stops, beach visits, and celebrity sightings, but the metropolis also boasts an absolutely massive catalogue of events. Even on a daily basis, the list of things to do can certainly seem a little overwhelming at times.
Somewhere, among the hazy smog that engulfs the city, lies a hotbed of culture and entertainment – you just have to sift through the haze to find what’s best. That’s why we over at LA Guestlist have done the work for you and put together the seven hottest, freshest, and most Los Angeles events we could find for you in the week of January 1st – January 7th. Something for you each and every night.
We’ll try not to break your wallet, either.
MONDAY, JANUARY 1st
Shake off after a recovery brunch from the New Years Eve party of your choosing at The Autry Museum of the American West, which is offering free admission for the first day of the new year. Happy 2018!
You can check out the museum’s website here.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2nd
Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Tuesday classic matinee series is kicking off the new year with the film Working Girls. Admission is only $4 for the general public, and $2 for members, seniors, and children.
The film starts at 1 PM. You can grab tickets here.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3rd
This Wednesday, come check out soem live music and give back to the community at the same time! Los Angeles favorite venue The Hi Hat will be hosting a night of music featuring acts such as Deep Fields, Love Nothing, Old Notes, and more!
The show starts at 8, and is free to get in, though donations will be accepted at the door.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4th
The description for Ruckus’ recurring event is “Audience arrives. Audience drinks. Audience votes,” and we can’t do a better job at breaking down the night than this. This January 4th marks GROUP A, the first of two groups containing local Los Angeles talent that will perform for the audience to decide who to move through. February 1st will hold GROUP B, and March 1st will determine the ultimate winner.
You can grab tickets here.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5th
Los Angeles staple The Smell is holding a 20th anniversary show to celebrate the years it has been active and successful. The Smell is known for its routine, $5, high energy live shows from local and touring acts. This show will feature acts Post Life, Surf Curse, Wild Wing, and much more. Baked goods will be available for sale as well.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6th
Don’t Tell Comedy is a “secret” comedy show hosting some of the best upcoming comedians in the country. The host and comedians are never revealed until you arrive, but it’s always guaranteed to be a good time. This go around, the event will be held in the “Miracle Mile” district.
You cab grab tickets here.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 7th
This Sunday is your last chance to check out Los Angeles Zoo Lights before the attraction closes for another year. The night kicks off at 6 PM, and goes until 10. This year has been regarded as the institutions biggest and brightest Zoo Lights to date.
Tags: Adam Sputh, Autry, Deep Fields, Don’t Tell Miracle Mile, Drunk Talent Show, LA Guestlist, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles Zoo Lights, Love Nothing, Old Notes, Ruckus, The Hi Hat, The Smell, Thomas Fire Benefit Show, Working Girls, Zoo Lights
Adam Sputh is a student at Columbia College Hollywood, in Los Angeles, California. His current interests include Los Angeles culture, film making, and writing about himself in the third person.
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