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The Best September Events in Los Angeles

Check out all the best Los Angeles events and things to do this September 2017, including The Taste, Made in L.A., Solange at the Hollywood Bowl, and more!

The Taste
Friday, September 1 – Sunday, September 3
The Los Angeles Times, The Taste returns to Paramount Studios Sep. 1-3 for five amazing food-centric events with some of L.A.’s best chefs, restaurateurs and mixologists over Labor Day weekend.

Vegan Street Fair Nights
Friday, September September 1 – Sunday, September 2
Vegan Street Fair Nights is back and better than ever in North Hollywood at The Federal with local vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants and vendors serving up delicious plant based eats. The party will also feature a laid-back backyard party vibe with a beer garden, live music and over-sized lawn games.

John Williams at the Hollywood Bowl
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, September 1 – 3
Continuing a beloved Bowl tradition, legendary composer John Williams returns to conduct many of his greatest moments of movie music magic. David Newman kicks off the evening with more of the best in film music. A selection of clips will be featured on the big screen.

LA County Fair
Friday, September 1 until September 24
Despite the heat, the LA County Fair will soldier on this weekend. The Fair takes over the Fairplex in Pomona with fair-style foods, live musical performances, carnival-style games, rides, and unique attractions such as an expanded farm section (over five acres) featuring tons of interactive agricultural experiences for guests to enjoy.

Made in L.A.
Saturday, September 2 – Sunday, September 3
Now at Golden Road Brewing, Made in L.A. is a festival meant to celebrate Los Angeles-based creators and the diverse communities of L.A. through music, art, local charity support and, of course, beer. Check for discounted tickets before making your purchase. DISCOUNTED (via Goldstar)

Dapper Day at LACMA
Saturday, September 2
Step out in your most stylish attire during Dapper Day at LACMA for a full day of fashion, art, film, music and dancing. Enjoy docent-led tours, watch a screening of 1948 filmThe Red Shoes, enjoy a picnic on the lawn or dine at Ray’s & Stark Bar.

KCRW’s Summer Nights
Saturday, September 2
Summer Nights is a free all ages outdoor music series happening throughout the summer. And this is the penultimate event in 2017 so don’t miss miss it! This Saturday they’ll takeover Chinatown with KCRW DJs Travis Holcombe and Raul Campos. And it’s FREE!

West Adams Block Party
Sunday, September 3
Two legends of hip-hop — Talib Kweli and Doug E. Fresh — are headlining the first West Adams Block Party, taking place at West Adams’ cultural hub Delicious Pizza for eight hours on Sunday!

 

Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks
Monday, September 4
Spend an evening at the iconic Dodger Stadium and dine on the newly revamped menu as you watch the boys in blue.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Until September 10
A National Theatre production, this Tony®-winning play follows 15-year-old Christopher, who has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever. “One of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway” (The New York Times).

Roaring Nights at the LA Zoo
Friday, September 15
A different kind of wildlife takes over the L.A. Zoo for Roaring Nights, our popular summer music series featuring live bands, DJs, pop-up zoo keeper talks, special animal encounters, L.A.’s favorite food trucks, lawn games and more. New this year: Explore more of the zoo with an expanded route open from 6 to 8 p.m. Full bars are available for guests 21 and older. For all guests, themed attire is strongly encouraged.


Glendale Open Arts & Music Festival
Saturday, September 16
2nd Annual Open Arts & Music Festival is a free family-friendly event in the heart of Downtown Glendale and is produced in collaboration with artists, performers, community leaders, local businesses, and organizations.

Cosmic Journey: Solange + Blood Orange
Sunday, September 24
Powerful and inspiring and with a No. 1 record closing out last year, Grammy® winner Solange guides and curates a divine musical journey with soulful special guests to create a historic night at the Hollywood Bowl. The evening will feature Dev Hynes’ Blood Orange, finding power in danger and exploring provocative themes. Celebrate the diversity of experimentation within R&B, folk and jazz with this musical collective of friends and genre-defying artists.


Abbot Kinney Festival
Monday, September 25
Now in its 33rd year, the Festival takes place along a mile-long stretch of the world-famous Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, California, arguably the “coolest block in America.” The Boulevard’s eclectic boutiques, artisan eateries and influential art galleries infuse the festival with a local flavor that makes this event unique and not to be missed. A day of fun, food and entertainment while you soak in the convivial spirit of the sunny beach-side community of Venice!

Happy September!

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