Shakira Shakira: The GRAMMY Museum Experience
Location: 800 W Olympic Blvd
To showcase Shakira’s enduring creative legacy, the GRAMMY Museum proudly presents Shakira, Shakira: The GRAMMY Museum Experience. See the first Shakira exhibit that explores the global superstar’s decades long career that broke major barriers for Latin & LatinX artists. The exhibit will include artifacts from her life, outfits and costumes from some of her most epic performances (Superbowl 2020 anyone?), songwriting notebooks that hold some of her famous hits, and much more. Your hips will be moving after getting a glimpse of Shakira’s favorite things. Get tickets here.
Dinosaurs in the Valley
Now- March 5th
Location: Pierce College, 20800 Victory Blvd, Woodland Hills
Dinosaurs in the valley is your chance to get up close to the most scientifically accurate life-size and life-like dinosaurs ever created. This exhibition is produced by Jurassic Park advisor and explorer, “Dino” Don Lessem, Rainmaker Films, and Ultimate Fun Productions, who have created the largest dinosaur events in the country. This is an immersive walk-thru experience that lets you get up close to gigantic life-size dinosaurs ranging from babies to some standing over 40 feet tall and spanning over 70 feet long. Get your tickets now!
Jack Whitehall on the Jackarse Tour
Location: The Theatre at Ace Hotel (929 South Broadway)
Jack Whitehall is an award-winning comedian, actor, presenter and writer. Don’t miss your chance to see his live comedy show! He doesn’t go on tour often, so you shouldn’t miss out! Secure your spot here.
Regarding Her’s 10-Day Festival
March 3rd-March 12th
Regarding Her (or RE:Her), the innovative platform that connects eaters and drinkers to experience women owned restaurants is celebrating Women’s History Month with their 10-Days Festival. This March, support LA women-owned food and beverage businesses throughout the week through thematic menus, a series of virtual conversations among female industry leaders, and more. Download the passport and visit 10 of these select restaurants to receive an exclusive gift bag. More information here.
Jesse Liu’s First Art Exhibition: Spring Fever
Opening March 4, 12-5 pm
Location: Yiwei Gallery, 1350 Abbot Kinney, Venice
Don’t miss Jesse Liu’s very first solo art exhibition entitled Spring Fever at the Yiwei Gallery in Venice. This Beijing-born artist of 1999 has crafted a collection with emotion and memory. Her style includes blending together her imagined world with small fragments of her personal memories and emotions. Her inspiration for each work comes from a fascination with the concept of memory, itself a product of subjective consciousness. See the exhibit beginning March 4th.
Venice Love Fest 2023
March 18th, 11 am-7pm
Location: 12257 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Stroll the Venice Fest grounds as you enjoy a day filled with musical performances, activities for the entire family. Shop local artists & designers, musical performances, food trucks, beer gardens, Vintage Car Show, and so much more! Join for a weekend adventure of building connections and community. Find all the details here.
Celebration & Solidarity: Black History Month Festival
March 11, 4-10pm
Location: Third Street Promenade,1351 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica
Due to last month’s weather, you can now join DTSM in partnership with SMBLA for the Black History Month Festival in March. It features live musical performances by rapper Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, comedy rock band Big Daddy, Gospel artist Betty Griffin, R&B artists Darrell Wilson and Frederick Buzz Busby, and DJ Shun Griffin among others, plus local performance groups of African drummers, cultural musicians and an African American dance troupe. Visit various educational exhibits that highlight the contributions of African Americans in science and technology and attend a celebrity panel discussion that explores the impact of African Americans in the entertainment industry. Local vendors will offer a variety of African American-made products for purchase throughout the evening and local restaurants will feature special menu items honoring Black History Month available for purchase. Find all the details here.
GRAMMY Museum March Events
Now -March 22nd
Location: GRAMMY Museum, 800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Music’s #1 museum in LA is having a multitude of in-person experiences and activations for visitors. From welcoming 13-time GRAMMY-winner and Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award honoree Bonnie Raitt for a special benefit program to conversations with former BET CEO Debra Lee about her new memoir and another conversation with pop sensation Ellie Goulding about the making of her upcoming album Higher than Heaven. Get your tickets for these events and even more here!
Cirque du Soleil Presents Corteo
March 23rd-April 30th
Location: Microsoft Theater, 777 Chick Hearn Ct, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Cirque du Soleil brings a stunning show to LA titled Corteo, that you won’t want to miss! The show contrasts the grand with the intimate, the silly with the tragic, and the beauty of perfection with the appeal of imperfection. Get your tickets for a performance perfect for a family day or date night here.
GLAUDI Spring Fashion Show
March 25, 3-7pm
Location: Beverly Canon Gardens, 240 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills
GLAUDI by Johana Hernandez is hosting their Spring Fashion Show in the iconic Beverly Cañon Gardens. It will feature a beautiful outdoor garden filled with waterfalls and stunning landscape, models of all shapes and sizes, and will feature a mens and women’s collection that include evening gowns, wedding gowns and a couple of power suits. Buy your tickets here.
PaleyFest LA 2023
March 31st-April 4th
Location: Dolby Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028
Join the Dolby Theatre for the week full of events at PaleyFest. Hear exclusive panel discussions, episodes, and extra clips from some of your favorite TV show stars. For the 2023 lineup, special guests include those from The Mandalorian, Yellowjackets, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Yellowstone, Abbott Elementary, Grey’s Anatomy and The Late Late Show with James Corden. Appearances include Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson, Mandalorian producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, Yellowstone star Kevin Costner, and more! Get your tickets now before they sell out.
Bob Marley One Love Experience
Now – March 31st
Journey through Marley’s life, passions and legacy at his 15,000 square feet official exhibition. The multi-sensory experience will showcase never-before-seen Marley photographs and memorabilia and Immerse you in a journey through his life, passions, influences, and enduring legacy.
A Real Boy: The Many Lives of Pinocchio
Now – October 15th
Location: 644 North Main Street (corner of Cesar Chavez Avenue) Los Angeles, 90012.
Venture to the Italian American Museum of Los Angeles to experience a whimsical exhibit: A Real Boy: The Many Lives of Pinocchio. It features the cultural origins, adaptations, and enduring appeal of one of the most popular characters in children’s literature. There will also be artwork on display from Walt Disney’s animated feature film. The exhibit is FREE for all ages, with donations strongly encouraged.
“Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts” in Pasadena
Now – March 27th
Location: The Huntington, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108
Love the Disney classics like Beauty and the Beast, or Cinderella? Love the ornate beauty behind French Art? Then you’ll really want to visit this exhibition! It explores the early inspirations behind Disney Studios’ creations, examining Walt Disney’s fascination with European art and the use of French motifs in Disney films and theme parks. There are approximately 50 works of 18th-century European decorative art and design that inspired many of Walt’s animated films. Plus, hand-drawn production artworks and works on paper from the Walt Disney Animation Research Library, Walt Disney Archives, Walt Disney Imagineering Collection, and The Walt Disney Family Museum. More info here.
Photos courtesy of Cirque du Soleil, GLAUDI Instagram, and the GRAMMY Museum