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9 Things to Do in L.A. in June

Shontel Horne | June 7, 2019 |

Last Remaining Seats
An ode to movie palaces of bygone eras, the Los Angeles Conservancy hosts this annual film fest complete with screenings of classic films such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Maltese Falcon in preserved theaters downtown. Tickets $22, locations vary, DTLA


Jennifer Lopez: It’s My Party
Expect a night of glamour and endless dancing during the two-night stop on the entertainer’s It’s My Party tour. Jenny From the Block brings two decades of hits to The Forum, igniting the stage with performances of tracks like “If You Had My Love” and “On the Floor.” 8pm, tickets from $70, The Forum, Inglewood

L.A. Pride Festival
West Hollywood’s beloved Pride event is poised to be the biggest yet with headliners Years & Years and Meghan Trainor, and performances by Amara La Negra, Ashanti and more. Go VIP for backstage access, complimentary food and cocktails. Tickets $30-$50, VIP tickets $250-$450, West Hollywood Park

Rosé Day L.A.
Paint the town pink when Rosé Day rolls into Malibu for a second year. Discover your new favorite blush-hued wine and enjoy music, activities, food and rosé tastings from noon until sunset. Noon-8pm, tickets $95, Saddlerock Ranch, Malibu

Poolside Cinema
“C” is for cinema when Mr. C Beverly Hills hosts its annual weekslong film series. It all kicks off with a screening of A Star is Born. Guests can enjoy nibbles, wine and cocktails while taking in a flick under the stars every Tuesday night throughout summer. 7pm, prix fixe menu and reserved seat $35-$45


Bauhaus Beginnings
The Getty pays homage to the Bauhaus school of art and design’s 100th anniversary with a collection of more than 250 objects such as drawings, textile samples, artist’s notebooks and photographs. View work by artists Joost Schmidt, Josef Albers, Paul Klee and others who contributed to the short-lived post-WWI modern art movement. The Getty Center, L.A.

Blue Diamond Gala
Tennis icons and equality activists Billie Jean King and Ilana Kloss are the guests of honor during a glittering gala and concert presented by the L.A. Dodgers ownership group. Expect a fine dinner and preshow party followed by a performance by Bruno Mars, all while helping the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation provide youth mentorship to underserved communities throughout the city. 5pm, tickets $1,250-$2,500, Dodger Stadium

Good Food Gala
Enjoy good food for a good cause during a tasting event benefiting the Los Angeles Food Policy Council. Neal Fraser of Redbird and Sammy Monsour of Preux & Proper are among the chefs participating in support of LAFPC’s mission to ensure food is healthy, affordable, fair and sustainable for all Angelenos. 6-9pm, tickets $150, Vibiana, DTLA

There’s nothing “Better” than hearing Khalid sing live: The rising pop and R&B star will perform tracks from his latest album, Free Spirit, during this stop on his first headlining arena tour. 7:30pm, tickets from $70, Staples Center, DTLA


Photography by: Jennifer Lopez photo by Jora Frantzis | Léna Bergner, “Durchdringung (Penetration) for Paul Klee’s Course” (circa 1925-1932, Watercolor and graphite on paper) photo courtesy of Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles and Heirs of Léna Bergner