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 October 30th – November 5th. Something for you each and every night.
We’ll try not to break your wallet, either.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th
If you’re planning on attending a Halloween party, this is your last opportunity to go out to visit any of the haunted houses LA has to offer. Lucky for you, there’s a guide right on this website that can hook you up with all the spots worth checking out. Maybe make a night of it!
You can read check that out right here.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st
Spend your halloween living large at Skybar, located on the rooftop of Mondrian. The party has an 80’s theme, and not only encourages costumes, but has an active costumes mandatory policy. This means not only will you be able to soak in the gorgeous LA views, but will also find yourself in a colorful cast of attendees.
This party is ticketed, and you can grab tickets right here.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st
If you’ve never seen a show at the Hollywood Improv, now is your chance, as comedians Ry Doon, Brandon Wardell, Nikki Glaser, and more grace the stage. The show is 18+ with doors opening at 7 PM.
You can grab tickets right here.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd
Occurring on the first Thursday of every month, Chinatown After Dark takes place on the Far East Plaza and features a wide array of food options in the area testing out new menu items and pop up concepts. The night also features drinks and music.
Chinatown After Dark kicks off at 6PM.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd
This Friday is the first day of two day IndyFest – a festival showcasing and pairing some of the best LA based artists and companies. This year, over 50 artists and craft companies are participating, including live music, ensuring an incredibly lively evening. Drinks will be available too!
The event requires a ticket, which you can grab for $10 here.
PS: This Friday is First Friday if you were not aware, meaning many arts districts, museums, and so forth will be open late for celebration. This includes Abbot Kinney, Pasadena, Bixby Knolls, Griffith Observatory, and more! Look into your local arts district to see what’s going on!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th
This is exactly what it sounds like – a party geared towards art. If you haven’t had enough from First Friday, make a stop here for a night of live music, art and more. Food & Wine social hour will be available, as well as a pre and after party.
The night kicks off at 5 PM and goes until 10 PM, located at 800 Traction Ave, Los Angeles CA 90013. This event is free to the public.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5th
Come check out Impro Lab’s latest endeavor, an improv show in the style of The Twilight Zone. With 3 “episodes” per show, each audience suggestion will take the improvisers into a world of no bounds, with the only rule that it must be in the vein of Rod Serling’s classic television show.
The show is at Impro Studio, kicks off at 6:15 and costs $5 at the door.
Tags: Adam Sputh, Arts District, Brandon Wardell, Chinatown After Dark, Far East Plaza, First Friday, Haunted Houses LA, High Society, Hollywood Improv, Impro LAB, IndyFest, LA Guestlist, Los Angeles, Nikki Glaser, Ry Doon, Twilight Zone Improvised, Weekend Guide
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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