Jul 022017
 

FREE Concerts, Movies And Events In L.A.

 

Downtown Los Angeles
Pershing Square
FREE Concerts, Movies And Events

 

The Pershing Square Downtown Stage offers eight weeks of free outdoor concerts, movies, and special events from July 8th to August 27th 2017.

Friday Night Flicks are shown at the Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles at sundown. Bring a chair and a blanket! Your dog is welcomed too.

Friday Night Movies Schedule

  • July 21: “Underworld” screening
  • July 28: “World War Z” screening
  • August 4: “The 6th Day” screening
  • August 11: “The Mortal Instruments” screening
  • August 18: “Cell” screening

Saturday Concert Series open doors at 7 pm. The music begins at 8 pm. (Food trucks and drinks will be at hand, too.)

Saturday Concert Series Schedule

  • July 15: The Wallflowers perform
  • July 22: Boogie Knights perform
  • July 29: Los Lonely Boys perform
  • August 5: Toad the Wet Sprocket performs
  • August 12: The B-52s perform
  • August 19: X performs

Looking for events? The Salsa Festival features family fun: live music, dancing, an interactive Kids Zone and Beer & Margarita Bar. July 8th & 9th from 12 pm to 8 pm.

For other events and / or for additional information visit Department of Recreation and Parks’ Website: http://www.laparks.org/pershingsquare/dtstage

Anything L.A. Liberal Magazine’s Entertainment Editor, I. Sturm

 

 

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Jun 292016
 

WESTWOOD GARDENS PARK RE-OPENEDThe Department of Recreation and Parks along with Councilmember Paul Koretz, Fifth District, celebrated the re-opening of Westwood Gardens Park with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Located in Westwood next to the Westwood Library and near the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus, the site was once a parking lot that was transformed into a neighborhood park serving an estimated 9,306 residents within a one-half mile walking distance. Community outreach led to a park improvement plan to make Westwood Gardens Park more active for nearby residents.

The new park design features include a playground, for youth ages two to five years, outdoor fitness equipment, new game tables, security lighting and a camera, new benches, and drought tolerant plant material. The community-driven project that led to improvements at Westwood Gardens Park has resulted in a beautiful, open green space for the community to actively play or to take a moment to relax and enjoy.

Westwood Gardens Park
1246 Glendon Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024

The re-opening ceremony was attended by: Paul Koretz, Councilmember, Fifth District; Javier Solis, Superintendent, Department of Recreation and Parks Sylvia Patsaouras, Commission President, Board of Recreation and Park Commission Linda Blank, Vice President, Westwood Homeowners Association.

 

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