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6 Awesome Things to Do in LA This January

Things to Do January 2019

2019 is officially here! It’s a time of renewal and exploration as we shake off the winter blues and post-holiday stress. Get your new year started off right with a full calendar of fun events and activities around town and dive into all the things to do in la this January 2019!

The Rose Parade

LA’s iconic Rose Parade travels more than 5 miles every year with over 3,000 spectators expected on January 1, 2019! This year’s theme is “The Melody of Life” – because music is a universal language.

The Rose Parade

Free Museum Day

The Autry Museum of the American West in Griffith Park will offer free admission on January 1st from 10am – 4pm. Spend your first few hours of the new year soaking up some culture and catching the Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain exhibit before it closes!

Third Annual Women’s March

Join your fellow empowered women marching for equality at the 3rd annual women’s march in DTLA on January 19th. Don’t forget to Instagram your sign so we can support you!

Women's March

Retro City Festival

Virtual reality who? Have some serious childhood flashbacks at the Retro City Festival January 5-6th! Play games, check out over 100 old consoles set up and ready to play, or enter a tournament if you’re feeling lucky.

Dine LA

Dine LA is back January 11 – 25. Check out restaurants you’ve been meaning to try, explore a new cuisine, or spice up girl’s night with special menus from local restaurants!

Dine LA

Curling Lessons

On January 12, ten bucks will get you in to learn the world’s coolest/strangest skill – curling! Have you ever wondered exactly what this Olympic sport is all about? Check out these curling lessons at Pershing Square. Advanced registration is required!

There are so many awesome things happening in January that you should have no problem crushing your winter bucket list!

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    January 8, 2019 at 12:35 pm


    Sydney thanks for sharing I really like the look of the Rose Parade, but sadly I’ve missed it for this year.

    I enjoy your blog and will keep reading!


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