August Events In Los Angeles - Juicefly
August Events In Los Angeles

August Events In Los Angeles

Although August marks the conclusion of the summer season, it doesn't imply that the seasonal sentiments have to disappear. Grab a scoop of ice cream, take a dip in a nearby swimming pool, or enjoy a picnic in the open air. Make sure to check out our August events calendar for the greatest things to do in Los Angeles.

Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival

Bard devotees may see their favorite works brought to life every summer in the famous Old Zoo in Griffith Park. Theatergoers are invited to bring their picnic blankets and enjoy plays like this season's highlights, Knight of the Burning Pestle and Macbeth, by the Independent Shakespeare Co. There are a few alterations that have been carried over from the previous season: The Independent Shakespeare Co. has decided to set up shop in the Old Zoo, a few hundred feet up the hill, as work continues on a permanent stage. Reservations will be required because each performance will only be able to fit roughly 450 people.

Date: Between August 10 & September 4, 2022

ADDRESS: Griffith Park Dr ,Los Angeles

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DJ Snake

"Turn Down for What" by DJ Snake, a French-Algerian musical producer, DJ, and songwriter, initially garnered international attention in 2013. Since then, the legend has accomplished so much, and he will be spinning at Academy LA this month. Don’t try to buy the tickets at the last minute if you want to attend this event.

Date: August 12, 2022

ADDRESS: Hollywood Blvd. , Los Angeles

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Vanilla Ice and Collect

Do you want some entertaining nostalgia? Then attend the Vanilla Ice and Collect concert at Lon Beach Arena on August 20th to relive your youth with your friends. Vanilla Ice once said, “Anything less than the best is a felony.” So keep your expectations high for the concert.

Date: August 20, 2022

ADDRESS: Long Beach, Los Angeles

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Head in The Clouds

88rising, a pan-Asian music and media collective, has held its midsummer music festival on the grounds outside the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles for the past few years. The 2022 Head in the Clouds program includes Jackson Wang, NIKI, Rich Brian, Yebi Labs (Joji DJ Set), BIBI, Jay Park, CHUNG HA, and more, as well as a food extravaganza from 626 Night Market.

Date: August 20 - August 21, 2022

ADDRESS: Rose Bowl Stadium ,Los Angeles

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CicLAvia derives from a similar Spanish word for "bike path," and it's become slang in Los Angeles for the temporary, festival-like closure of the city's roadways. Bikes, tricycles, skateboards, strollers, and anything else without an engine are welcome to travel a revolving cast of car-free routes. Every year, a path will inevitably be found near Downtown, but previous events have taken it from there to the waterfront to the San Gabriel Valley. CicLAvia returns in 2022 with four events: a route through South L.A. along Western Avenue on July 10, the Hollywoods on August 21, Downtown L.A. on October 9, and another route through South L.A. on December 4. There will be music, street performances, food trucks, and general whimsy and pranks along the way. Shop owners and eateries along the CicLAvia path frequently hold promotions as well. You should ride your bike or take the Metro to your target location along the route.

Date: Between August  21 & December 4, 2022

ADDRESS: Location T.B.A. ,Los Angeles

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Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971

The new Academy Museum's collection does a commendable job of elaborating on the several narratives that have been crucial in advancing the medium. After having a retrospective of the renowned animator Hayao Miyazaki, the Los Angeles museum will then turn its attention to nearly an entire century's worth of cinema that is frequently ignored. The documentary "Regeneration," which was produced in conjunction with the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., explores the works of African American filmmakers from the beginning of the cinema business through the time of the civil rights movement. The research-driven exhibition is scheduled to make its debut in the summer of 2022, and it will begin with a screening series of films from the same era.

Date: Between Aug 21, 2022 & April 9, 2023

ADDRESS: Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

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This Ain’t No Picnic


This Ain't No Picnic gets its name from one of the earliest festivals that Goldenvoice promoted, which was hosted in Irvine in 1999. However, if you want to make a connection to a festival that took place more recently, the lineup has very strong FYF vibes. You'll find a genre-spanning mix of up-and-coming acts and familiar names, such as Beach House, Phoebe Bridgers, Earl Sweatshirt, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Four Tet, and Floating Points. You'll also find some longtime local favorites, such as the Descendents and Sparks, as well as ASMR pioneers, the Ying Yang Twins. That festival has since shut down, but this one will feature a similar lineup. The festival is going to be held at the Rose Bowl on the Brookside grounds on August 27 and 28, which is during a time of the year in Pasadena's summer that is not quite as pleasant as other times of the year.

Date: August 27 & August 28, 2022

ADDRESS: Rose Bowl Stadium, Los Angeles

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Start making your plans for the August events and don't forget to enhance your experience with the convenience of Juicefly's alcohol and vape delivery in Los Angeles

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