Events Guide to LA

The LA Girl’s Top Los Angeles Events in July 2015

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

There are a million and one Los Angeles events in July 2015 and it’s hard to sift through pages of concerts, festivals, and happenings when there’s just so many options. Fortunately, you’re smart and you’re okay with someone doing the work for you. Well here’s my list of my top picks of Los Angeles Events in July 2015. Enjoy!

For the 4th of July…

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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Fourth of July Americafest at the Rose Bowl

Americafest at the Rose Bowl is an explosive celebration of all things red, white and blue from the classic American food, to a motorcycle stunt show, to the renowned fireworks display. This event offers a goldmine of inflatable rides, games and crafts available for kid-friendly fun, so bring the whole gang!

Date: Saturday, July 4

Location: Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena

Tickets: $13+

Fourth of July Block Party

If you’re on the hunt for a lively way to celebrate Uncle Sam, head over to Grand Park, and watch Downtown LA light up! Grand Park hosts a unique block party, featuring mouth watering food trucks, live music and more. The celebration begins while the sun is still high in the sky, so bring yourself for an all-day picnic. Your four-legged friends are totally invited as well!

Date: Saturday, July 4

Location: Grand Park, Downtown

Tickets: Free

Also be sure to check out, July Fourth Late Night BBQ at Aquarium of the Pacific  and All- American 4th of July on the Queen Mary!

For the beauty gurus…

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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You’ll find your favorite Youtubers, celebrities and make-up gurus gathered in celebration of beauty and fashion, and working together to forge the future of beauty inside and out. BeautyCon includes a keynote panel by editor Amy Odell and Youtube’s Bethany Mota, as well as appearances by Zendaya, Joe Zee, Stella Hudgens, Christina Milian and more.

Date: Saturday, July 11

Location:  The Reef – A Creative Habitat, Downtown

Tickets: $30+

For the foodies..

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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Taste of Farmers Market

In its seventh year now, the Original Farmers Market hosts a cornucopia of vendors guaranteed to provide you with enough food to resemble a four-course feast. A diverse showcase of over fifty eateries and grocers help you taste every corner of Los Angeles and the globe in under four hours.

Date: Tuesday, July 14

Location:  The Original Farmers Market, Los Angeles

Tickets: $40 advance registration; $45 at the door

For the pet lovers…

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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Downtown Dog Day Afternoon

Mix and mingle with fellow Downtown dog owners with an evening of music, local pet vendors and adoptions!

Date: Wednesday, July 8

Location: Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Downtown

Tickets: Free, but make sure to register your pup and your self in advance!

For the sports fanatics…

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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US Open of Surfing

America’s largest pro surfing competition attracts the world’s elite, who compete for a hefty cash prize while wowing about 200,000 beach boys and girls with their skill, grace and innovative board designs. Heating up the festivities are live bands, a sports expo and after-parties with the friendly locals.

Date: Saturday, July 25- Sunday, August 2

Location:  Huntington Beach, Orange County

Tickets: Free

For the Night Owl…

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

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626 Night Market

The midnight snacker’s greatest fantasy is just a car ride away. Come hungry, and come caffeinated! 626 Night Market‘s lively atmosphere, with over 150 Asian street food and booze peddlers, live music, artists, films, games, and beyond, won’t put itself to bed until 1am.

Date: Friday, July 3- Sunday, September 6

Location:  Santa Anita Park, Arcadia

Tickets: $3+

Los Angeles Events in July 2015

Photograph: Courtesy the Music Center

Moves After Dark 

On nights when the Music Center is usually “dark” (there are no other performances going on),  be part of the rotating groups of guests that watch performances from four LA dance ensembles in and around the Music Center campus during this site-specific series.

Date: Monday, July 13 – Tuesday, July 21

Location:  Music Center, Downtown

Tickets: $25

I hope your July will be eventful and filled with new and fruitful experiences! Follow me on Instagram or Twitter to see what I’m up to this month and I can’t wait to see yours!