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The Best Los Angeles Events This November 2017

Look no further for all the best Los Angeles events this November 2017 including art shows, film festivals, cocktail celebrations, holiday benefits, & much more!

Hamilton at Pantages Theatre
Through Dec 30
This is just a friendly reminder to not miss Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop musical and Broadway’s hottest ticket during its L.A. run.

ICE at Santa Monica
Wednesday, November 1 through January 15
Bundle up and glide around an ice rink just blocks from the beach at the Santa Monica attraction.

Honeycut 4 Year Anniversary
Thursday, November 2
Honeycut is Turning 4 and they’re celebrating with $4 cocktails all night and music by Mojito Boys! Since they’re launching a new cocktail menu the very next day, they’re going to do their damndest to run out of every cocktail that was on the previous menu. That’s where you come in!

Grand Ave Arts: All Access
Saturday, November 4
Grand Ave, Los Angeles’s home for world-class arts and culture brings back Grand Ave Arts: All Access, an inside look at rehearsals, architecture tours, museum exhibitions, performances, workshops, food and drink and kids’ film screenings for all to enjoy. Grab the whole crew to take a peek behind-the-scenes for the ultimate Los Angeles field trip.

Dapper Day at Disneyland
Saturday, November 4 & Sunday, November 5
Dress up a little, or a lot—we welcome all sophisticated fashions from vintage classics to chic, contemporary looks.

Mercado Sagrado at Paramount Ranch
Saturday, November 4 & Sunday, November 5
Mercado Sagrado is a celebration of the canyon spirit featuring musical performances, hand-made & artisan goods, organic food, lectures, workshops, film screenings + experiential activities such as intuitive readings, sound baths, aura photography, vibrational medicine & more.


Cocktails, Crafts and Views at OUE Skyspace LA
Saturday, November 4
Start the holiday season off right by joining Time Out at OUE Skyspace LA to learn how to make four holiday cocktails that’ll totally impress your friends. Take in 360-degree views of the city while snapping photos with your friends, making holiday-inspired crafts and listening to holiday tunes. Come ready to learn and dressed in your most festive holiday attire; we’ll provide drinks, food, music, crafts, a photobooth, a ride on the incredible Skyslide and more! This is an experience you don’t want to miss.

AFI Fest in Hollywood
Thursday, November 9 –Thursday, November 16
AFI FEST presented by Audi is the American Film Institute’s annual celebration of international cinema from modern masters and emerging filmmakers. It takes place each fall in Hollywood, CA, and features nightly red-carpet galas, special screenings, conversations and tributes. AFI FEST remains the first and only festival of its stature that is free to the public, offering the best of current cinema in Hollywood.

Cole’s 109th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, November 10
LA’s oldest restaurant & bar is turning 109 this year! Come celebrate Cole’s Anniversary with a multi-course dinner prepared by chefs Neal Fraser (Redbird) & Christian Page (Cassell’s Hamburgers)! For $70, enjoy gourmet French Dips, Roasts of Lamb and Salmon, classic American sides & pie. Tickets include two cocktails from Cole’s and The Varnish (featuring Jim Beam Rye, Plymouth Gin, Altos Tequila and Absolut Elyx); live jazz music; and the “World’s Largest Old Fashioned” featuring Penny Pound Ice!


Morrissey at Hollywood Bowl
Friday November 10 & Saturday, November 11
British national treasure Morrissey brings his Smiths and solo hits for two night. There will only be vegetarian food options served at the Bowl for the Morrissey concerts. Please contact Hollywood Bowl Food+Wine for more information.

Taking Shape: Degas as Sculptor at Norton Simon Museum
Friday, November 10 through April 9
This exhibition explores the improvisational nature of Degas’s artistic practice through the Norton Simon’s collection of modèles, the first and only set of bronzes cast from the original wax and plaster statuettes. This unique set of sculptures served as the matrix for the serial bronzes that followed, and in some cases they preserve objects or evidence of Degas’s handwork that has been altered in the wax originals.

A California Christmas at the Grove
Sunday, November 12 through December
Celebrate the Joy – A California Christmas at The Grove presented by Citi. Join shoppers for the annual tree lighting celebration on Sunday, November 12 at 7:30pm as they kick off the holiday season.


Wolfgang Puck and Daniel Humm at Hotel Bel-Air
Wednesday, November 15
Wolfgang Puck and Daniel Humm join forces to host an unforgettable culinary event at Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air. Wolfgang Puck will be joined by three-star Michelin chef Daniel Humm from NYC’s Eleven Madison Park, voted the #1 restaurant in the world by World’s 50 Best Restaurants, in his signature restaurant Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air. This one-night only culinary experience will take place at the iconic hotel on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, and is priced at $295 per person, excluding beverage, tax and gratuity, with optional wine pairings for an additional $55.

Matthew Weiner in conversation with Susan Orlean at New Roads School
Saturday, November 16
Listen to the Mad Men creator chat with the New Yorker staff writer and The Orchid Thief novelist at this Live Talks L.A. event.

Holiday Ice Rink Pershing Square
Thursday, November 16 through January 15
Open daily starting November 16, 2017, until January 15, 2018, you won’t want to miss this magical winter wonderland that promises to delight all ages. Grab family, friends, co-workers or a date and visit us for festive fun and unforgettable memories. Take a spin on the ice or check out some of the special Los Angeles events.

LA Zoo Lights at Los Angeles Zoo
Friday, November  17 through Jan 7
L.A. Zoo Lights is a not-to-be-missed nighttime holiday light experience that debuted in 2014 and has glowed brighter each year since. This year’s event promises to be even more magical than ever – with dazzling new displays and details throughout.

Seven Things I’ve Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass at The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Saturday, November 18
“It’s hard to find a story…and there’s no guidelines for how to do it, and you really have to set aside time for it, like it’s a job. Finding an idea is a job.” — Ira Glass

KPCC In Person and Ira Glass are teaming up for a multimedia event chronicling his life and career in storytelling.

Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici at LACMA
Sunday, Nov 19–Mar 18
Painted in Mexico, 1700–1790: Pinxit Mexici is a groundbreaking exhibition devoted to 18th century Mexican painting, a vibrant period marked by major stylistic developments and the invention of new iconographies. The exhibition’s over 100 works (many unpublished and restored for the exhibition), will make a lasting contribution to our understanding of Mexican painting in particular and transatlantic artistic connections in the 18th century in general. Its seven main themes—Great Masters, Master Story Tellers, Noble Pursuits and the Academy, Paintings of the Land, The Power of Portraiture, The Allegorical World, and Imagining the Sacred—explore the painters’ great inventiveness and the varying contexts in which their works were created. The exhibition represents the first and most serious effort to date to reposition the history of 18th century painting in Mexico; it will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated publication, complete with scholarly essays authored by the leading experts in the field. Co-organized with Fomento Cultural Banamex, Mexico City, the exhibition will subsequently travel to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Great Los Angeles Walk
Saturday, November 18
A 17-mile urban hike across the city. Now, in 2017, their 12th annual Walk will tackle Beverly Boulevard (plus Santa Monica Blvd. again, to complete the journey to the ocean). Help prove to the world that it’s fun to walk in L.A.! It’s the Saturday before Thanksgiving as well, so somehow you won’t feel as bad gorging on sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie a few days later. And hey, it’ll be a cool conversation piece at your holiday party.

Turkey Trot Los Angeles in Grand Park
Thursday, Nov 23
The Turkey returns to Downtown Los Angeles on Thanksgiving morning. Downtown – Get Ready.  This event offers a scenic 5k and 10k route on the historic streets of Los Angeles. There’s also a Widdle Wobble for the young trotters!


Hollywood Christmas Parade in Hollywood
Saturday, November 26
Watch floats and bands make their way through Hollywood during this 84-year-old tradition. The 86th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, the largest Christmas celebration in America, announces that Dr. Oz has been named the Grand Marshal for this year’s landmark anniversary event.

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