16 FREE Things to do in the L.A. this Spring and Summer

16 FREE Things to do in the L.A. area this Spring and Summer

As gas prices march north, you might be already thinking about how it will affect your spending. I want you though to still have a great time this spring and summer – no matter where you live. Being familiar with the L.A. area, I’m sharing 15 free activities  you can take advantage of.  Not only are these events free, but they make up part of the rich cultural fabric that envelopes L.A. Although, the area is a desert region, it’s cultural offerings are as extensive as the offerings of a rain forest. Don’t take my word for it, explore the calendars of the 15 free things to do listed below.

  1. Levitt Pavillion Summer Concert Series, Pasadena
  2. Levitt Pavillio Summer Concert Series, Macarthur Park
  3. Twilight Dance Series, Santa Monica
  4. Sundays Live Music series @ LACMA
  5. Jazz @ LACMA
  6. Latin sounds @ LACMA
  7. Grand Performances, downtown Los Angeles
  8. Pershing Square (spring & summer), downtown Los Angeles
  9. MOCA Grand Ave, downtown Los Angeles (free, Thursdays 5- 8pm)
  10. MOCA, The Geffen Contemporary, Little Tokyo, (free, Thursday evenings)
  11. Artwalk Pasadena, May 20th
  12. Saturdays Off the 405, Getty Center
  13. Hammer Presents, Westwood
  14. Culver City Music Festival, Culver City
  15. Hollywood and Highland Summer Jazz Series, Hollywood (Tuesday nights)
  16. Farmer’s Market Events, Fairfax area

About Robert

Entrepreneur, musician, urban yogi
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One Response to 16 FREE Things to do in the L.A. this Spring and Summer

  1. Jahcobie says:

    Thank you so much Robert! You’re such a great resource and gift to the world. Now I can have a little less anxiety about what to do. 🙂

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