Italian Festival and attraction 'The Witch': how to spend a weekend in Los Angeles (September 30 – October 2)
What: Showing a film about the post-pandemic future
When: Friday-Sunday, September 30 – October 2
Where: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
More: Co-created by Mika Rottenberg and Mahyad during the COVID-19 pandemic, Remote is set in the post-pandemic near future. Unoaku and four other women living in different parts of the world (all fans of a popular South Korean artist) discover a mysterious portal hidden in each of their homes. Thanks to them, they change reality and see the consequences of their actions.
Cost: From $0
What: Haunt O'Ween in Los Angeles
When: Friday-Sunday, September 30 – October 2
Where:6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd Woodland Hills, 91367 Los Angeles
More:Haunt O'Ween is back. Here you will find the largest Halloween playground with exciting action and entertainment. Treats, potions, dances, games, rides, performances and more await you.
For 31 days, Haunt O'Ween goes out of its way to get you into the Halloween spirit. Dotted with thousands of pumpkins, this sprawling family-friendly space is the perfect playground to enjoy all the adventure and entertainment associated with this spooky holiday.
Price: From $40
What: Witch Attraction
When: Friday-Sunday 30 September – October 2
Where:Mountain View Mausoleum 2300 North Marengo Avenue Altadena, CA 91001
Read More:The Witch is an original thrilling adventure based on the true story of the 1612 Pendle witch trials. Experience the sleepy town's descent into madness. The people of Pendle see witches in every shadow. Get ready to be separated from the people you came with and have a unique experience – you will meet “witches” and inquisitors in the ghostly forest of Pendle, as well as risk being accused of witchcraft and face the inquisitors one on one.
< b>Cost: $70
What: Italian Festival
When: Saturday, October 1, from 12:00 pm
Where: Hollywood & Highland 1439 North Highland Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90028
Read More:The Italian Festival in Los Angeles is a celebration of all that is Italian in the city. Enjoy a day filled with great Italian food and great entertainment, including for the kids. Italian Heritage Month is just beginning and this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy it in one of the largest and most diverse cities in the world.
What: Mean Girls screening
When: Saturday, October 1, from 5:30 pm
Where: Griffith Park, 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027
More: Cady Heron, the 16-year-old daughter of zoologists, recently moved from Africa and is not ready for her first day at North Shore High School in Evanston. With the help of social outcasts Janice and Damian, Cady learns about various companies and how to avoid the three most popular girls in school who call themselves “The Bounty”. Regina was once Janice's best friend, but they have been despising each other since the eighth grade, when Regina started a rumor about Janice's homosexuality. However, the Bounty community invited Cady to sit at the same table with them and take a walk after school. Realizing that Cady was accepted into Regina's company, Janice came up with a plan to get revenge on her for what she had done to her, using Cady as a pawn.
Cost: $10-25 p>
What: Cabaret and Party
When: Saturday , October 1, from 20:00
Where: Saint & Sinner North Hollywood 10863 West Magnolia Boulevard North Hollywood, CA 91601
Read More: Come to the open-air cocktail bar for an amazing night of burlesque, pop music, fire shows and more. Artists will show a cabaret mixed with burlesque, singing, fire show, pop numbers and much more. After the show ends, there will be a party with a DJ so you can stay and dance the night away.
Price: From $20
What: Oktoberfest in Los Angeles
When: Sunday, October 2 , from 12:00
Where: Angel City Brewery & Public House 216 Alameda St Los Angeles, CA 90013
Read More: This traditional German beer festival has taken place in Los Angeles every year for many years. This time, guests are traditionally waiting for beer, various snacks, music and lots of entertainment.
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 many interesting online events for you:
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- if you have long wanted to visit the best museums and theaters, now do it without leaving your home – just follow this link
- get free access to online university courses USA here
- read this post on how to make the most of your weeks at home during quarantine
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- following this link, visit the most famous castles in Europe
- We have collected dozens of free resources for a fun self-isolation here
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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