Beer Festival and Christmas in the middle of summer: how to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (July 22-24)


Beer Fest and Midsummer Christmas: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (July 22-24) )

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What: Digital Art Museum

When: Friday-Sunday, July 22-24

Where: Beverly Center, #656 8500 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

More: The first digital art museum in the United States is a magical place with incredible illusions supported by unique technologies.

Its main idea is to provide its visitors with an exciting, magical and a unique artistic experience overcoming the limitations of physical media. Its creators wished to expand the art with the help of digital technologies and provide the greatest freedom to visitors.

Price: $10-30


What: Walking in the Butterfly Pavilion

When: Friday-Sunday, July 22-24

Where: South Coast Botanic Garden 26300 Crenshaw Blvd Palos Verdes Peninsula

More: Walk through the pavilion of fluttering butterflies, look into the chamber with pupae and caterpillars at the new exhibition. Tropical butterflies appear in spring and in the first half of summer, and at its end and in autumn – monarch butterflies. Visits must be booked in advance.

Cost: $15


What: Alien Zoo

When: Friday-Sunday, July 22-24

Where: Westfield Century City, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067

Read More: Alien Zoo is a virtual zoo of all kinds of creatures from all over the galaxy. You will be able to board your spaceship and come face to face with the most incredible inhabitants of our universe.

Come and take a breathtaking tour of the Extraterrestrial Zoo, home to an amazing collection of life forms from the far reaches of the universe. Get the chance to see endangered species across the galaxy. Some of these creatures are friendly, some are ferocious, but they are all rare and amazing.

Cost: $23.5


What: Christmas in July

Beer Fest and Midsummer Christmas: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (July 22-24)

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When: Friday-Sunday, July 22-24

Where : Here and Now 300 S Santa Fe Ave Los Angeles 90013

More: If you're already missing Christmas, there's no better time to celebrate than here and now . From July 12 to July 24, the Arts District cocktail bar has turned into Christmasland. Come here in your favorite holiday attire and you can drink Christmas cocktails, take photos with Santa and watch Christmas movies.

Cost: Free


What: Charity Concert

When: Friday, July 22, from 19:30

Where: Online

More: Ensemble Fermata presents a virtual charity concert of choral and piano music featuring works by Brahms, Debussy, Elgar, Stanford, Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn, Palestrina, Haydn and more.

The concert is free, but if you decide to make a donation, it will go to the Canada-Ukraine Foundation to provide humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.

Price: Free

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What: 818 Night Market

Beer Festival and Midsummer Christmas: How to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (July 22-24)

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When: Saturday, July 23 from 4pm

Where:14941 Devonshire St 14941 Devonshire Street Los Angeles, CA 91345

Read More: 818 Night Market is the largest night market in the US, offering products related to Asian countries. It will feature food, handicrafts, works of art. In addition, guests can expect a variety of games, musical performances and entertainment. More than 250 entrepreneurs, enterprises, artists, performers will take part in the event.

Price: Free


What: Beer Festival

When: Sunday, July 24 at 12:00 pm

Where: 2200 Honolulu Ave 2200 Honolulu Avenue Glendale, CA 91020

More: The festival will feature many different craft beers from various local breweries. In addition, guests will be stunned by the selection of dishes that can only be found at the craft beer festival. Entertainment programs and interactive games will delight them throughout the evening.

Price: From $25


Dear readers! Please note that due to the coronavirus epidemic, some events may be canceled or rescheduled to other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the websites of the organizers.

But we have collected a lot of interesting online events for you:

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In addition, look for interesting events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to [email protected]


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