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WHERE Los Angeles Weekend Roundup

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TotemEVENTS

Cirque du Soleil's Totem

Opening Oct. 11. With acrobatics and stunning visuals, Cirque du Soleil interprets the journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Somewhere between science and legend Totem explores the ties that bind Man to other species, his dreams and his infinite potential... More Info>>

James Beard James Beard Foundation’s Taste America®

Oct. 11-12. The national traveling food festival visits the City of Angels in October, opening with a gala dinner All Tracks Lead to LA, taking place at Union Station downtown. In place of the traditional cocktail hour, guests are invited to attend “Food Trucks for the Foundation,” where they will be treated to an elite selection of food trucks—from modern gourmet iterations to traditional taco trucks—paired with suds from local breweries, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the South Patio. At 8 p.m., diners will move indoors to the building’s original Grand Concourse, where they will enjoy a five-course dinner accompanied by regional wines and libations from some of Los Angeles’ most lauded mixologists... More Info>>

Culture Collide FestivalCulture Collide Festival

Oct. 10-12. The international festival curated by Moby showcases artists from more than 24 countries, in a musical melting pot of live performances, film screenings, and art. See live performances by Liars, King Khan & The Shrines, The Raveonettes, and many more... More Info>>

Pasadena ArtWalkPasadena ArtWalk

Oct. 12. At Pasadena’s largest urban art fair, see some of the best Southern Californian visual artists showcasing their work in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawings, and printmaking. Highlights also include free museum admission at Pacific Asia Museum and Pasadena Museum of California art, hands-on activities, and musical entertainment... More Info>>

Brewery ArtwalkBrewery Artwalk

Oct. 12-13. More than 100 artist studios at the former brewery open their doors for the 30th anniversary of the artwalk. The twice-annual event offers goers the chance to see new works of art, speak with the artists and purchase works at non-commission studio prices... More Info>>

Artisnal LAArtisnal LA

Oct. 12-15. Spend the weekend shopping from 250+ indie makers, artisans and crafters. The event also features a pop-up bookstore with Skylight Books featuring authors throughout the weekend, an urban farm pop-up, the Institute of Domestic Technology Lab, an entire floor devoted to education, panels and workshops, art installations, complimentary beverages and giveaways, DJ, photo booth and more... More Info>>

Grand Park Turns 1Grand Park Turns 1

Oct. 10. Celebrate one year with Grand Park. Pack a picnic and head to the celebration that features live music from DJ Jeremy Sole of KCRW, Ethio Cali, and the international blues collaboration between Cedric Watson (USA) and Sidi Toure (Mali)... More Info>>

Rodeo Drive Festival of WatchesRodeo Drive Festival of Watches

Oct. 10-13. After Switzerland, two blocks of Rodeo Drive and Brighton Way in Beverly Hills feature one of the highest concentrations of fine timepieces anywhere on Earth. Celebrate the art of the watch on Rodeo Drive with 20 of the world's most luxurious watch brands—think Jaeger-LeCoultre and Officine Panerai. Connoisseurs, collectors and fashion aficionados can view the latest timepieces from the finest luxury brands, experience two centuries of history with expert watchmaker demonstrations, and see the current watch trends for men and women... More Info>>

Los Angeles Antiques, Art + Design ShowLos Angeles Antiques, Art + Design Show

Oct. 10–13. Fifty national and international exhibitors display antique furniture and decorative and fine arts. Also find additional programming devoted to design, the arts, and philanthropy... More Info>>

Blackout Haunted HouseHALLOWEEN

Blackout Haunted House

Through Nov. 10. The immersive performance takes inspiration from the four basic elements, thrusting you into an intense world of fear. After signing a waiver, you must walk through the experience completely alone. Immersing yourself in the elaborately designed set pieces. You are forced to interact with the characters in a series of twisted and petrifying scenarios... More Info>>

TreatoberfestTreatoberfest

Oct. 12. Who needs to go out and beg for candy when you have L.A. Foodie's trick-or-treat party at Angel City Brewery in downtown L.A. Dress up in your Halloween best and trick or treating among L.A.'s finest sweets and treats vendors. Grab a trick or treat box and visit a dozen different tables of lip-smacking autumn snacks. You ticket gets you sips of Angel City Beer, including yet-to-be-released specials; unlimited samples for some of L.A.'s best sweets makers and more... More Info>>

Check out our full list of Los Angeles Halloween Events

MUSE/IQUEMUSIC

MUSE/IQUE

Oct. 14. The series known for its counter-conventional performances that feel more like parties than formal concerts, continues 2013-14 “Uncorked” series with “Self/Titled: The Beatles, The White Album, The Rose Palace,” featuring GLEE star Kevin Michael McHale. The evening of Beatles music features classics like "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da!," "Back in the U.S.S.R.," "Rocky Raccoon," among others. Joining McHale, is roster of special guests like the Charlie Greene Band, American Idol finalist Allison Iraheta and more... More Info>>


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Los Angeles art walks

Also on WhereLA.com

10 Essential Los Angeles Art Walks
You say you’re an arts lover? Don’t just talk the talk—walk a walk! At organized art walks across Los Angeles County, galleries uncork bottles of bubbly, artists show off their creations and restaurants and shops stay open late to welcome visitors eager to check out original art and mingle with fellow enthusiasts. We round up 10 fun (and free!) art walks, gallery nights and other hip, arts-focused happenings... More Info>>


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