Food Tour and Family Fun Festival: How to Spend a Weekend in Los Angeles (November 18-20)

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Food Tour and Family Fun Festival: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (November 18-20)

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What: Andy Warhol Auto Show

When: Friday-Sunday, November 18-20

Where: Petersen Automotive Museum 6060 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles 90036

< p>More info:Everyone knows Marilyn Monroe's colorful portraits and “Campbell”'s soup cans, but did you know that Andy Warhol did car reproductions? In 1986 Mercedes-Benz approached Warhol to create 80 car designs. But he only completed 49 of them before his untimely death a year later. Now you can see 40 of these works in one together.

Cost: $19


What: < /b>LA Food Tour

When: Friday-Sunday, November 18-20

Where :545 S Olive St 545 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Read More: Eating the best food in Los Angeles means not only getting to know the local cuisine, but also learning about the dynamic food culture that is emerging in the city. On this gourmet-friendly walking tour, you'll sample culinary delights at several of the city's outstanding eateries.

Price: $75



What: Picasso and Ingres Exhibition

Food Tour and Family Fun Festival: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (November 18-20)

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When: Friday-Sunday, November 18-20

Where: Norton Simon Museum 411 W Colorado Blvd Los Angeles 91105

More info: The painting “Madame Moitessier” by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres must have really made an impression on Pablo Picasso: the Spanish artist personally saw the 19th-century painting during an exhibition in 1921, and about ten years later, Picasso turned Ingres’ composition into his own colorful painting – canvas “Woman with a book”. Now, for the first time, the two paintings will be exhibited side by side.

Cost: $15


What: “Irina Kairatovna” in Los Angeles

When: Friday, November 18, from 20:00

Where: Bardot 1737 Vine St Hollywood, CA 90028

More info: For the first time with a concert tour in the USA, the most popular musical group in Kazakhstan “Irina Kairatovna”. The team became the author of the film “Asyp baramyn was released”, as well as a participant in a two-hour interview with the “vdud” channel. Unforgettable emotions and a grandiose atmosphere await you.

Price: From $100


What: Master class on Petrikovskaya painting

Food Tour and Family Fun Festival: How to Spend a Weekend in LA (November 18-20)

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When: Saturday, November 19, from 10:00 am

Where:Hall of Nations, 2191 Pan American Rd W, San Diego, 92101

More:Join the master class of Ukrainian artist Svetlana Ivasyuk. She works in the technique of Petrikovskaya painting, which was formed in the Dnepropetrovsk region in the village of Petrikovka. This is Ukrainian decorative and ornamental folk painting, included in the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List.

A distinctive feature of this technique is the predominance of floral patterns such as leaves, flowers, viburnum berries, grapes, flowers and sunflowers. The most popular colors are red, yellow, green and blue.

At the master class you will learn how to depict the real Petrykivka style, get acquainted with the history of famous Ukrainian art and receive practical painting instructions.

Cost: $75


What: Family Fun Festival

< p>When: Saturday, November 19 at 11:00 am

Where: 6400 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90803-4206


More: Both adults and children can have a great time at this festival of family fun. Visitors will be offered goods from 40 local sellers, as well as live music, children's entertainment, food trucks and much more. Guests can enjoy many activities, including gardening, dance lessons and cycling.

Price: Free


What:Smorgasburg in Los Angeles

When: Sunday, November 20 from 10:00

Where: ROW DTLA, 777 S Alameda St, Los Angeles 90021

More: Smorgasburg is a weekly street food event imported from New York Brooklyn. In Los Angeles, Smorgasburg takes place in the Arts District every Sunday.

This time you will be able to sample food from street vendors from the original location in Brooklyn, as well as local LA catering companies.

Price: Free


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.

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