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9 Must Attend Events in Los Angeles this Winter

Christina Kutulos | December 18, 2019 | Lifestyle


A fashionable presentation at The Art of Elysium’s HEAVEN Gala


Uncorked Wine Festival

Get whisked around the world sipping wines at Uncorked’s fifth annual festival. Indulge in high-end pours alongside live music and gourmet food at the transformed Union Station. 5-9pm, tickets $60, VIP tickets $80, DTLA,

Art of Elysium’s
HEAVEN Gala 2020

This year’s highly anticipated black-tie gala—seen, or rather heard, through the vision of WE ARE HEAR—will honor the accomplishments of Ashley and Topher Grace, among other fundraisers. Tickets from $2,500,


Women’s March

Advocating for a multitude of intersectional gender issues, such as orientation, race and class, the Women’s March on Washington spans many cities, including DTLA. Head downtown to join women and allies alike walking for equality and to lift unheard voices.


Cirque du Soleil: Volta

Jaw-dropping stunts and double Dutch acrobatics come together under the big top in Cirque du Soleil’s new show. Begin the action early with a VIP experience that includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and exclusive seating and parking, or go behind the scenes with a tour of the stage. VIP tickets from $255,


Michael Kiwanuka

Best known for his Big Little Lies theme song, the hybrid indie rock-R&B vocalist is back with his third album, Kiwanuka. Prepare to be moved by his honest, soulful sound. 7pm, tickets from $29, The Theatre at Ace Hotel, DTLA,


LA Opera’s Eurydice

This reimagining of Eurydice puts a feminist spin on an ancient myth. Composed and written by Matthew Aucoin and Sarah Ruhl, both MacArthur “genius” grant recipients, the world premiere of this modern opera is a must. Tickets from $20, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion,


LA Art Show

With more than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space, this four-day annual event features a diverse range of pieces by artists from L.A. and beyond. A portion of funds raised during the event will benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Tickets from $40, L.A. Convention Center South Hall,


Frieze Los Angeles

The highly anticipated art event returns to the City of Angels with a curated selection of galleries and installations. First-time participants include House of Gaga, Xavier Hufkens, David Lewis and Gladstone Gallery. Also new for 2020 is the introduction of Focus LA, curated by Rita Gonzalez, which will give emerging Los Angeles spaces a platform. Paramount Pictures Studios,


Open Hearts Foundation Gala

This Valentine’s Day, celebrate love and philanthropy with Jane Seymour and the Open Hearts Foundation as they honor those who have dedicated their work to nonprofits. Come together to give back and get inspired by the changemakers making a difference. Tickets from $500, SLS Hotel, Beverly Hills,

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Photography by: Getty Images for The Art of Elysium