5 Fun Things To Do In L.A. This Week

The best events going down September 11-17….

September is in full swing so get ready to fall into some fun this season. Whether you are looking to discover new music or dance ’til dawn, you know Loop Magazine always has a pulse on what’s going down in L.A..

From Keke Palmer’s highly-anticipated tour stop to a bustling beer festival, check out our carefully curated list of what’s happening around town the week of Sept. 11-17.

Keke Palmer at The Roxy

Keke Palmer is kicking off the week by bringing her mega-hyped Big Boss Tour to Los Angeles. According to the “Nope” star, who is headlining The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, she hasn’t toured since she was 12 years old so expect an epic performance. The Big Boss Tour brings her latest visual album of the same name to life while also reintroducing her fan-favorites with her previous releases, Virgo Tendencies Pt. IVirgo Tendencies Pt. II, and Lauren.

“I’m beyond excited to hit the road for the ‘Big Boss Tour’ and bring Big Boss energy to the stage,” said Palmer in a statement. “I can’t wait to connect with my fans and create an unforgettable experience for them. This tour is all about empowerment, self-love, and celebrating our journeys together.” 

When: Monday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m.

Where: The Roxy Theatre, 9009 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood

Buy Your Tickets HERE

We Found New Music at Hotel Ziggy 

Music fans, head to Backbeat at Hotel Ziggy this Tuesday for the We Found New Music artist discovery showcase. Hosted by WFNM found Grant Owens, the free event will feature a collection of dope up-and-coming artists, including Kels, Dxcklin, Dosey, Skylet Gunner and Maisyn.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m.

Where: Hotel Ziggy, 8462 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood

Reserve Your Spot HERE

I Can’t Feel My Face: The Weeknd Dance Party at 1720

Even if you can’t feel your face, you’ll definitely feel the vibes at the I Can’t Feel My Face: The Weeknd Dance Party, going down at 1720 in DTLA this Saturday. Live DJs DJ Mish, Catch24 and Six66ela will be spinning the best hits from the Grammy winner and other artists like SZA, Frank Ocean, Anderson .Paak, Jungle, Rihanna, Miguel, Troye Sivan, DRAMAH.E.R. and many more. Doors open at 9 p.m., 21+.

When: Saturday, Sept. 16 at 9 p.m.

Where: 1720, 1720 E. 16th St., Los Angeles

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2023 LA Fall Beer Fest at Los Angeles Center Studios

The 15th annual LA Beer Festival returns this Saturday. The boozy event will feature over 80 breweries, 200 beers, Los Angeles’ best food trucks, live music and much more. The 2023 LA Beer Festival will take place at LA Center Studios from noon to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.. GA tickets ($50) include unlimited beer tastings with food sold separately. Connoisseur’s Ticket ($90) are limited and offer attendees exclusive air conditioned bathrooms, an indoor/outdoor event deck overlooking the event featuring limited beers/one-offs not available to general admission, and commemorative glassware.

The LA Beer Festival’s proceeds will benefit Noah’s B-ark, Inc. whose aim is to rescue dogs from shelters and find permanent homes for rescued pets. Proceeds from the event will towards funding food, shelter and veterinary bills for rescued pets.

When: Saturday, Sept. 16 at 12 p.m.

Where: Los Angeles Center Studios, 1201 W 5th St. #T-110, Los Angeles

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Celebration of Television Gala at Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

The Emmy Awards may have been bumped to 2024 due to the recent writers/actors’ strike, but the best in television still deserves to be toasted. This Sunday, the red carpet will be rolled out for the Celebration of Television Gala. Hosted by Affinity Nightlife & Untamed Agency, guests will be able to immerse themselves in an unforgettable experience at the Sofitel Los Angeles, complete with the exclusive new AYA lounge. The night will feature live entertainment, DJ performances and dancing all night long. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, supporting those in the industry during these challenging times.

When: Sunday, Sept. 17 at 8 p.m.

Where: Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, 8555 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles

Buy Your Tickets HERE