How is September already over halfway through? Time is flying by, but that does not stop LA from coming up with new and fun events each week. Here at Loop we keep an eye out for what’s trending, and we have some exciting events for you this week.
From G Flip’s tour stop to a food festival for a great cause, check out our carefully curated list of what’s happening around town the week of Sept. 18th-24th.
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G Flip is bringing their rocking vibes to Pomona, as the artist’s next tour stop is at The Glass House on September 19th.
G Flip’s songs on this tour are emotionally important to them as they released in a statement “[Growing up], all the females on the screen were sexy or sexualised. I struggled with my sexual identity and gender identity for years and years because there wasn’t representation for me when I was younger.”
“I wish I had a non binary, gay, lead singing drummer to watch because it would have calmed the dark, confused voices in my head that told me I didn’t belong anywhere as my authentic self. If I am able to calm those voices for someone else, my job on this planet is done.”
For lovers of rock n roll, this event is for you as the performance will be filled with “more drums, it’s tougher, there’s angst, there’s way more rock influence […]. It’s grittier.”
When: Tuesday, September 19th at 7pm
Where: The Glass House, 200 W 2nd St., Pomona
Buy Your Tickets HERE
This is not your typical art show, as the whole theme is “art reframed.” Challenging the norms of “elitism,” that is prevalent in many art shows, The Other Art Fair exhibit combines works from over 140 artists that are both original and affordable.
There will be a variety of installations, performances, and DJs. Plus, there will be a fully stocked bar for those who want a drink while they peruse the fair.
When: Thursday, September 21st-Sunday, September 24th at 6pm
Where: The Barker Hanger, 3021 Airport Ave Suite 203, Santa Monica
Reserve Your Spot HERE
It’s officially spooky season, and there’s a plethora of scary nighttime events to choose from. From Universal’s Horror Nights to Six Flags’ Fright Fest, Knott’s Berry Farm has now entered the picture with Knott’s Scary Farm. Starting September 21st on select nights, guests can experience a night of terror with haunted mazes, sinister shows, scary attractions, and thousands of creatures waiting to spook unassuming patrons.
Plus, it’s the 50th anniversary, so you know they are going to go all out!
When: Thursday, September 21st at 7pm
Where: Knott’s Berry Farm, 8039 Beach Blvd, Buena Park
Buy Tickets HERE
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation fundraising money for the cause. This Saturday, walk through UCLA’s scenic campus for a food festival filled with over 60 chefs, wineries, and breweries.
Proceeds go to the foundation and your ticket can even be used as a tax deductible. Plus, you might get a glimpse of Jimmy Kimmel on the Royce Quad as he is a long time attendee.
When: Saturday, September 23rd at 12:30pm
Where: UCLA Royce Quad, 10745 Dickson Ct, Los Angeles
Calling all thrifters! This is the last opportunity to shop at the vintage market! The market is filled with curated vintage and eco-friendly brands. There are also many options for food with a variety of Hollywood Roosevelt bars and pool side restaurants surrounding the market.
In the mood to relax and destress as well? This event has you covered as a yoga class will be offered to patrons at 11am!
When: Sunday, September 24th at 11am
Where: Hollywood Roosevelt, 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
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