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Fall may be right around the corner, but there’s still a month left of summer fun in Downtown LA!
SCI-Arc Presents William Virgil: “Intentionally Opaque”
William Virgil, Acting Undergraduate Co-Chair, Making+Meaning Coordinator, and Design Studio and Visual Studies faculty at SCI-Arc, presents “Intentionally Opaque,” an exhibit that “promotes mindfulness, imagination, and self-reflection through an externalist perspective.” For more information, visit SCI-Arc’s website.
Contact: A Multi-Sensory Journey Celebrating Daft Punk
This Daft Punk tribute features an immersive space opera, a 360 degree projection dome, performances by top DJ’s, and much more. General Admission tickets start art $64, while VIP tickets start at $125. The VIP experience offers a private lounge and a VIP section with its own bar and special experiences. Buy tickets now at feverup.com.
Dance DTLA 2022: Vogue Night
Learn a new dance with your friends at this free event. Held at Jerry Moss Plaza from 7:00-11:00pm, join top DJ’s and local bands as you learn to Vogue with Jamari Balmain in collaboration with DTLA Proud.
Esotouric Presents Bunker Hill: Raymond Chandler’s Noir DTLA
Go back in time with Esotouric as you explore Downtown LA through the eyes of mystery novelist Raymond Chandler. This 2.5-3 hour walking tour takes you to iconic locations like Angels Flight Railway and Bunker Hill. Tickets are $50, and masks must be worn at all times.
22nd Annual Taste of Ecuador Food Festival
This festival offers free admission and promises fun for all ages. Enjoy Ecuadorian food, crafts, music, shopping, and carnival games.
Athleta Presents The Allyson Felix Race For Change
In honor of Allyson Felix’s 20 year career, Athleta is bringing the Race For Change to Downtown LA. There will be races for every type of athlete, including special mother-daughter races and celebrity races. The woman-focused event will also have free child care, meet-and-greets, networking sessions, prizes, and more.
Pershing Square Farmers Market
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