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Things To Do In LA This October


Hispanic Heritage month is not over. LATINAFest takes place this month at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in downtown Los Angeles. This event has ignited a unity and celebration of women in the heart of Los Angeles. There will be Ted-Talk like conversations, live tapings of TheTrendTalk TV Show, Cocktail Garden & VIP Lounge, empowerment Fashion Show, and more!

October 17th 11 am – 6 pm PST


Amazon Prime’s Photo Ops, Candy & Free Totes on Melrose

To celebrate the launch of “Now Screaming” (get it, instead of streaming,) Prime Video will be bringing some of its most chilling titles to life on Melrose Avenue. From October 1 through November 1. House of Horrors: A Prime Video Pop Up Shop will feature show-inspired costume displays from Amazon Originals such as The Voyeurs, Black As Night (premiering 10/1), Madres (premiering 10/8), and I Know What You Did Last Summer (premiering 10/15.) Visitors to the Amazon Pop Up location will be able to shop the costume displays seen within the space, enjoy sharable photo moments throughout the activation, including a selfie mirror and photo booth, which will create their own chilling movie still. Guests will also visit the activation’s Halloween candy kiosk and leave with a signature tote bag filled with treats. There will be special activations taking place in the space from Oct. 14 — Oct. 16 to celebrate the debut of I Know What You Did Last Summer, with nail brand OPI, as well as over Halloween weekend from Oct. 29 — Oct. 31. With lots of tricks up their sleeve, Prime Video will surprise and delight consumers with spooky Easter Eggs hidden throughout the space. 

Hosted at Amazon Pop Up: 8551 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Oct. 1 — Nov. 1: Open from 10:00 AM — 6:00 PM, Mon. — Sat. 11:00 AM — 7:00 PM Sun.

“Now Screaming” Films

ALO’s Free Breathwork, Vinyasa and More this Month 

October is not just about pumpkins and costumes, the fall is a beautiful time to reconnect to yourself. Alo’s October community events feature meditation, vinyasa yoga flow, breath work and beauty wellness that you can schedule for free! Some classes take place via zoom, so you can easily work these into your schedule and have privacy to practice a little breathing 😉 and some are happening IRL. 

Schedule a class

Academy Museum of Motion Arts

One the biggest grand openings that we will not miss. Reserve your tickets for October to be one of the first to attend and learn about the past, present, and future of film. Experience all exhibitions, and don’t miss the opportunity to reserve tickets to experience the feeling of receiving an Oscar.

Sunday-Thursday 10 am to 6 pm PST

Friday-Saturday 10 am to 8 pm PST

And the Oscar goes to…

Stylecon at Bloomingdales OC

Deciding what your plans are for this weekend? We have a suggestion for you that includes Tik Tok stars, ABC personalities and a whole lot more. The “Collage Culinary Experience” is celebrating their grand opening. The event will include restaurant tastings, shopper gifting, music, entertainment, glam experiences, and more. Hosted by Leah La Rosa and Jamie Gwen, speakers will showcase the latest trends in international dining, beauty, and fashion.

South Coast Plaza: October 2nd 11 am – 2:30 pm PST

Eat, Play, Together

Dine LA

Hungry?? Dine LA has you covered, no matter your neighborhood. With special menus for lunch and dinner, you’ll find deals, steals and of course- meals, that await you and a date this month.

October 1st-15th

Find Your Neighborhood

Rock N Roll

Big fan of The Rolling Stones? (We’ve seen the tee-shirts) and we got exciting news. They are performing in LA for only two days at SoFi Stadium, secure your tickets to watch them live, or take a die-hard Rolling Stones fan and be the best friend ever.

October 14th & 17th

The Rolling Stones

The Nightmare Before Christmas Concert

Excited about Halloween? Because we are. One of the biggest Halloween movies, The Nightmare Before Christmas, will be a live to film concert at the Banc of California Stadium. The event starts at 8 pm and will include an on-site trick or treating, as well as, a pre-show costume contents.

October 29th & 31st

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Halloween’s Version of Christmas Lights at Descanso Gardens

Looking for a Halloween experience with your friends, family, or partner? Guests attending this Descanso Gardens event called Carved, will walk 1-mile surrounded by carved pumpkins. You also get to experience pumpkin carving demonstrations, the famous pumpkin house, hay maze, and food plus beverages. Put on your boots and we’ll see you there!

October 11th – 31st

Spooky Season

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens

Calling all Greenery Lovers: If you enjoy taking pictures in beautiful settings such as gardens, exhibitions featuring over 100 rare objects, and enjoying the beauty of art, we have a place for you. The Huntington Library offers all of those services, and if you get hungry, cafes and coffee shops are available.

Wednesday-Monday 10 am to 5 pm PST

The Huntington Library