Under the leadership of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Department of Cultural Affairs is pleased to present this year’s
Festival Guide, which gives you an overview of the exciting festivals, celebrations, and events taking place throughout
Los Angeles in the upcoming year.
Download the guide here:
Join us for our Winter/Spring 2020 Fandango Fridays beginning on Friday, 2/28, at 6 pm. All folks are welcome, and no experience is necessary! Make sure to bring your Son Jarocho instrument if you have one and zapateado shoes for the musical fun, and a dish to share for the potluck. ¡Que viva el Fandango!
The LA INDIE Film Festival, the partner event to the LA COMEDY Festival, features humorous, entertaining, and endearing works of cinema. The festival has a focus on comedy, but selections include a variety of genres for a diverse experience of independent film.
$15 – $34
A border watch volunteer confronts a Mexican man who claims to be looking for his missing daughter. Set in a hostile wasteland between nations, Nowhere on the Border reveals the personal dramas that drive people to cross borders both physical and emotional.
The play takes place in South Philadelphia in March 1959. Billie Holiday is performing in a run-down bar, during one of her last performances before her death in July 1959. She sings, accompanied by Jimmy Powers on the piano, and also tells stories about her life. Purchase tickets online
Cuban pianist Omar Sosa and violinist-vocalist Yilian Cañizares have come together to create Aguas Trio, an inventive and engaging mix of the artists’ Afro-Cuban roots, Western classical music and jazz.