There are a lot of things going on in Los Angeles in September. You’re in luck if you’re in town for the month. Even though September is the end of summer, it might be the best time to go to one of Los Angeles’s best beaches, when the water is relatively still, warm, and not too crowded. On the other hand, if you feel like fall is already here, it’s time to start making plans. But don’t worry, our guide for September events in Los Angeles is full of fun things to do.
Cinecon Classic Film Festival
This film festival, which is not as well-known as others, is commemorating the fact that it has shown classic movies for more than half a century. At the Hollywood Legion Theater, you may take part in an event that runs for five days and features odd and vintage silent films and shorts.
Address: Hollywood American Legion Post 43, Hollywood
Date: Between September 1 – September 5, 2022
Summer Evening Strolls at the Huntington
This coveted after-hours series at the Huntington is taking place later and later into the evening as the sun continues to drop later and later into the night. Summer Evening Strolls will extend the hours of the San Marino garden until 8 o’clock on Saturday and Sunday evenings during the summer, with a few holiday weekend Fridays thrown in as well. Previously, this event was only open on select dates and only for members. It is now open to the general public as well.
Address: Huntington Library, Art Museum & Botanical Gardens, San Marino
Date: September 2, 2022
When Abel Tesfaye, an R&B singer, put out his first mixtape, House of Balloons, in 2011, he did it under the name “The Weeknd,” hiding his face and name and not giving any pictures, concerts, or interviews. Since then, he has gone from being a mystery-cloaked wonder. This month, the artist will be on stage at SoFi Stadium.
Address: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood
Date: September 2 & September 3, 2022
Jazz at LACMA
Jazz at LACMA, which has been held at the museum for the past three decades, is widely considered to be among the city’s most outstanding free live music performances. The much-loved program is returning for the new season, and with it comes the open seating and picnicking arrangement, which were absent from the previous year since reservations were required. The series takes place every Friday evening in the plaza that serves as the welcome area for LACMA.
Address: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Miracle Mile
Date: Between September 2 – September 23, 2022
Daniel Fish’s interesting and unnerving reimagining of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” has gone to Broadway after having a successful run at St. Ann’s Warehouse the previous year. The production has relocated to Broadway with its immediacy, weirdness, and ominous feeling of danger still intact. The performance is now being presented in a deep thrust format, with the audience positioned on all three sides of the action. Not to mention, the vast majority of the cast from the non-Broadway production is back for this revival.
Address: Ahmanson Theatre, Downtown
Date: Between September 13 – October 16, 2022
This festival still has a beachy feel, but the lineup is more country than it was at BeachLife Festival. The Lumineers, Hall & Oates, Brandi Carlile, Dierks Bentley, Wilco, and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real are among the top acts at this three-day music festival in Redondo Beach.
Address: Redondo Beach
Date: Between September 16 – September 18, 2022
Pitbull, the party-rapper from Miami, will perform at the Hollywood Bowl with bangers that are meant to soundtrack a steamy club fete.
Address: Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood
Date: September 27, 2022
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