July | LA Edition

The Moth - Open Mic Storytelling
| Various Locations in Los Angeles

 July 10th, 16th, 22nd

The Moth hosts live storytelling events in cities around the world. From tales of bungled diamond heists to a Grand Slam of words. The Moth has a story for everyone. 

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CINESPIA - Outdoor Movies
| Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Every Saturday and Sunday in July

Revisit some absolute classics with this outdoor cinema in the heart of Hollywood. Bring a blanket, pillow and a bottle of wine!

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Second Home Pavilion | Los Angeles Convention Center

Every day in July

The Los Angeles Convention Center is now the site of this amazing structure of rainbow tunnels, there for you to explore. This immersive, temporary space will be used for people, art and science to come together for interesting talks and events.

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Midnight Lovers on the Rooftop | Private Rooftop Location, DTLA TBA

July 4th

Celebrate your 4th of July on a stylish rooftop with spectacular views of Downtown LA and fireworks throughout the city!

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Anime Expo | Los Angeles Convention Center, Downtown

July 4th - 7th

Anime expo brings fans and industry together for an annual celebration of Japanese pop culture. It is one of the largest anime conventions around the globe, with over 100,000 people attending. 

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Everything Is Terrible! The Store! Opening Party| 754 South Atlantic Blvd

July 6th

The fanbase behind the Jerry Maguire Video Store are opening their doors to a new L.A. storefront with a free party. Prepare for a mystical and immersive world, filled with art installations, videos, merchandise, drinks and a unique dining experience. 

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Gustavo Dudamel conducts Romeo and Juliet 
| Hollywood Bowl

July 16th

Visit Hollywood Bowl for an evening of breathtaking performances. L.A. Dance Project will perform Benjamin Millepied's original choreography for a suite from Romeo and Juliet, all while Dudamel conducts and Ferrández performs the Dvořák Cello Concerto.

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