Things To Do In L.A. This Week

The best events going down October 30-November 5….

What a transitional week we are about to have! Tuesday is Halloween. Diá de los Muertos is celebrated Wednesday and by Thursday, everyone will be in the holiday spirit. With this action-packed week, there is no shortage of events. Here at Loop Magazine, we keep our finger on the pulse for LA’s happenings.

From an Ashnikko concert to an emo-themed bar party, check out our carefully curated list of what’s happening in Los Angeles the week of October 30-November 5.


It’s that time of year again when our sinister spirits come out to play. The party of the year returns this Halloween with A Nightmare on Selma Avenue. On Halloween night, TAO Los Angeles will transform into a haunted nightlife experience with a special live performance by Tyga. Partake in the spooky festivities by reserving a table for late-night cocktails under the full moon. Your invitation awaits, claim your reservation before it’s too late!

When: Tuesday, Oct. 31

Where: TAO Asian Bistro, 6421 Selma Ave., Los Angeles

Purchase a table HERE


The Highlight Room wraps ups its Halloween festivites with The Costume Party, an epic rooftop bash hosted by none other than Teyana Taylor as well as Coi Leray, Jozzy, Sean Dickerson, Vick Michel, Julien Edwards and J Ryan.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 31 Get tickets HERE


Halloween is a drag at The Edition. The Deadly Doll Ball is going down this Tuesday featuring performances by “RuPaul’s Drah Race” stars Gottmik and Violet Chachki and DJ sets by Avalon Lurks, Shane Thomas. There will be a costume contest so dress to impress.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 9 p.m.

Where: The Edition, 9040 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood

Get tickets HERE

Ashnikko at The Hollywood Palladium

All clubbed out from Halloweekend? Spend Halloween night at an Ashnikko concert. The singer and rapper has her final stop on the North American leg of her Weed Killer tour this week at the Hollywood Palladium.

The 27 year old artist is known for her hits including “Slumber Party” featuring Princess Nokia and “Daisy.” She also really got into the spooky spirit this year with her latest single “Halloweenie V: The Moss King.”

When: Tuesday, Oct. 31st at 7 p.m.

Where: The Hollywood Palladium, 615 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles

Get Tickets HERE

The Set Up’s Citizen Public Market Comedy Night

They say laughter is the best medicine, and you can get a hefty dose at the Citizen Public Market Comedy night. Dress warm and cozy to watch 5-6 different comedians on the food hall’s patio. There will be a range of comedic styles as the performers will mimic a variety of formats including Comedy Central, HBO, and Netflix. 

The show will take place over a 90 minute time frame and will feature hosts Richard Sarvate (TikTok influencer and has a Comedy Dynamics Special), Stephen “Steve” Furey (as seen on E!’s Dating No Filter) and Zack Chapaloni (seen on MTV and Shameless). 

When: Wednesday, Nov. 1st at 8 p.m.

Where: Citizen Public Market, 9355 Culver Blvd., Suite J, Culver City

Get Tickets HERE

Night of the Crying Dead Emo Spook-Tacular, Featuring Katie Maloney of Vanderpump Rules

It might be November on Wednesday, but that is not stopping Vanderpump Rules’ Katie Maloney from staying in the spooky spirit. The reality TV star is having a Halloween party with an extravagant spooky name to go with it. 

During Night of the Crying Dead Emo Spook-tacular at Lost Property Bar, fans get to scream-sing along to their favorite emo and pop-punk songs. Now is the time to cut those impulsive bangs and layer on the eyeliner.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 1st at 8 p.m.

Where: Lost Property Bar, 1704 Vine Street, Los Angeles

Get Tickets HERE

Burna Boy at BMO Stadium

There’s always a concert to go to in LA, and this Friday, it is Burna Boy’s. The African artist has his LA stop on his I Told Them…Tour at BMO Stadium. The singer and rapper is known for his unique sound that combines Afrobeat, R&B as well as hip-hop. 

Some of his top songs include “Like to Party,” “Yawa Dey” and “Tonight.” 

When: Friday, Nov. 3rd at 7 p.m.

Where: BMO Stadium, 3939 S Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

Get Tickets HERE

Drunk Theatre LA

Who says the theatre is only for stuffy, uptight people? Drunk Theatre is challenging what it means to go see a play. The premise is one comedian takes 5 shots of whisky back to back (rough, we don’t want to be in their shoes!) and then has to keep up with a completely improvised play with 5 sober comedians!

No one knows what could happen from the actors to the audience. Therefore, it is sure to keep you on your toes. 

When: Friday, Nov. 3rd at 9 p.m. 

Where: Santa Monica Playhouse, 1211 4th Street, Santa Monica

Get Tickets HERE

Day of the Dead Party – Let’s Go Bananas At Micky’s

Celebrate Day of the Dead in Weho with the return of Micky’s Let’s Go Bananas party. The bash will feature two dance floors with two live DJ sets, the sexiest lineup of go-go dancers, and surprise special guests. This party goes on till 4 a.m., so get ready to dance the night away! And the best part? It’s free before 1 a.m.! Let’s go bananas, baby! 

When: Saturday, Nov. 4th at 9 p.m. 

Where: Micky’s Weho, 8857 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood

Framed x Underwar3: ALICE (Wonderland Rave)

Framed Events and Underwar3 are collaborating to bring you ALICE ! They will be going Down the Rabbit Hole with an unforgettable experience bringing together underground music and vibes with mainstream quality production and experiences. This event will include a full production stage, professional gogo dancers, fire performers, vendors, and wonderland setting. Get creative and reinvent your favorite character from the tale or surprise others with your own interpretation in this Wonderland Rave.

When: Saturday, Nov. 4th at 10 p.m. 

Where: Secret location in DTLA. Text “Rave” to (310) 304-4207 

The Los Angeles Pancakes and Booze Art Show

A perfect trifecta of pancakes, alcohol and art. The Los Angeles Pancake and Booze show will be showcasing over 100 local artists with more than 750 pieces of work. Some of the exhibits will even be live and interactive with activities such as body painting! 

Have a cocktail and then soak up all the alcohol with the complimentary all you can eat pancakes! The night will also include live performances from DJs and local artists. This event has all the ingredients for a good time!

When: Saturday, Nov. 4th at 8 p.m. 

Where: Catch One, 4067 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles

Get Tickets HERE

Disco Brunch at LOAM

What’s better than Sunday brunch? Themed Sunday brunches! Disco Brunch at LOAM not only has staples of bottomless mimosas and sangria, but everything is to the soundtrack of Vinyl tracks. Spend your Sunday afternoon with good vibes, good food and good music! As the event advertises, “It’s more fun when it’s funky!”

When: Sunday, Nov. 5th at 12 p.m. 

Where: LOAM DTLA, 927 S Broadway, Los Angeles

Get Reservations HERE

Stand Up For Pits

Pitbulls are one of the most misunderstood breeds. Often seen as vicious and aggressive, these dogs actually have a natural gentle demeanor and love to people please (which makes them easily trainable). Unfortunately these sweethearts are the most common breed to be found in shelters and most at risk for euthanasia. 

Stand Up For Pits is trying to put a stop to this stigmatization and is having an event this Sunday to raise money. The fundraiser will take place at The Bourbon Room and will include photo opportunities with a red carpet, performances from renowned comedians, a silent auction and more. There will also be a donation drive for SUFP shelter. 

When: Sunday, Nov. 5th at 3 p.m. 

Where: The Bourbon Room, 6356 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles

Get Tickets HERE